Audubon Aquarium of the Americas

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#1 Canal St (at the River)
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 565-3033

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  • Feeling the raysthe cownose stingraysat the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
  • Hidden in the Mississippi River exhibit is a Falcon and an owl. See if you can find them
  • Check out the Gulf Coast exhibit
  • The Audubon Aquarium in the French Quarter has play areas, touch pools, giant tanks and a walk-through tunnel where children can get up close to marine life. -Travel Editor
  • Has a 3 penny press machines and 1 quarter press machines, located in the gift shop and 1st floor. :)
  • You save more money by getting the family membership... it gives you access to the aquarium and zoo for a year.($130) So even if you go twice it pays for itself.
  • So much more to do in New Orleans then Bourbon St. This us a really nice Aquarium it's near the Mississippi Port you can walk over and ride the Ferry for Free and across way is the mall
  • Say Hi to "King Louie" the frog.
  • You can pet the sting rays! They soft and chill and come up to gum your hand, like toothless prostitutes.
  • Otter feeding at 2pm. Make sure to get a spot for your kids 5 minutes beforehand.
  • So much fun! Penguins, sea horses, sharks, stingrays, jelly fish, and so much more!
  • Now I have an idea of what I want for dinner
  • if you have a car, buying a ticket to the aquarium will submit a parking ticket, you will make a mark on it and you get a discount if you pay parking.
  • Lines at the IMAX to buy tickets are almost nonexistent and can get them for all attractions plus the wait is under a/c
  • Really nice and pretty! Worth going to in the big easy!
  • Don't miss the parakeet bird cage outside. Over 800 birds flying all around. Shake a tree branch and every bird on the tree flies across the room.
  • Great place for a family trip.
  • Very well put-together museum. Has a good flow to the exhibits and displays. They even let you pet the sting rays!
  • Purchasing the Audubon package saves time & money!!
  • A serene spot to visit, especially during peak sun hours (it's air-conditioned!).