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New Orleans Audubon Zoo Admission Tickets

 New Orleans, LA
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Visit the Audubon Zoo in historic Uptown New Orleans and see exotic animals from all over the world! Visitors can expect unique natural habitat exhibits, such as the award-winning Louisiana Swamp and Jaguar Jungle, educational programs, hands-on encounters, and lush gardens. The Audubon Zoo is often ranked among the country’s best for innovation and entertainment value. Book tickets to the famous Audubon Zoo today!

Activity Highlights
  • See lions, giraffes, rhinos, elephants, and more up close
  • Engaging, hands-on educational programs
  • Located in historic Uptown New Orleans
  • Ranked among the country's best zoos

Duration: 1 - 4 Hrs.

What's Included
  • Access to exhibits
  • Trainer chats
What to bring
  • Camera
  • Comfortable Shoes
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Glass containers, disposable straws and lids are not permitted for the safety of our animals.
  • Alcohol is not permitted.
  • Bicycles, skates, pets, and radios are not allowed in the Zoo.
  • Tickets are valid for a year from the date of purchase until used.
  • Vouchers/Tickets are not valid for Cool Zoo, Boo at the Zoo, Zoo to Do, Zoo to Do for Kids, Zoo Lights or any other special admission events at any Audubon facility.
  • Zoo is not open on Mondays in Fall & Winter.
  • Tickets are not valid for Cool Zoo, Boo at the Zoo, Zoo to Do, Zoo to do Kids, Zoo Lights, or any other special admission events at any Audubon facility.
Additional information
  • The Audubon Zoo is open Tues – Friday, 10 am – 4 pm; Saturday & Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm. Closing times vary seasonally.
  • It is recommended to visit in the morning when the animals are most active.
  • If the park is closed for a special event, please call 850-424-5125 for other options.
  • Free on-site parking.
  • Best time to visit the Zoo is in the morning as the animals are more active in the morning.
  • Food and beverages are available at various locations throughout the zoo.
  • The zoo has locker rentals available.
  • Personal strollers are allowed.
  • Strollers, wheelchairs and electronic wheelchairs are available for rent on a first come, first serve basis.
  • Certified service animals are welcome to all areas of Audubon facilities where guests are normally allowed with the exception of Watoto Walk and Audubon Aviary.
  • It is recommended to enjoy the locations over the course of multiple days.


  • Audubon Zoo - 6500 Magazine Street
  • Audubon Aquarium of the Americas & Entergy Giant Screen Theater - 1 Canal St.
  • Audubon Butterfly Garden & Insectarium - 423 Canal St. (last entry is at 4:30 PM)

6500 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70118, USA

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about 2 years ago
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Cecelia S

We love it.

about 2 years ago
I went right on in with no trouble at all. We never know what is a real sight or not. But this one is great. I used my Venmo account to pay for it. Works great.
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about 2 years ago
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Fae R

It's a Wonderful Zoo

about 2 years ago
Of all the things to do in New Orleans, my daughter picked the zoo. And while we did get tired (it's a lot bigger than the zoo at home), we had a great time. We saw a lot of animals we've never seen before, and some we've never even heard of before. At one point we had a few questions and the keeper (or whatever her title was) was friendly and informative and emotionally involved with the babirusas and the Asian otter. Which is exactly what would happen to us if we were lucky enough to work in a zoo.
David H