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Audubon Park, New Orleans

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TripAdvisor
  • Just lovely for a stroll. Lake filled with birds. Even if it was scorching heat outside, there was a decent amount of shade.  more »
  • While it is a long bus or streetcar ride from Canal Street, it is worth it. The scenery is wonderful and the place is peaceful. There is a nice walking, jogging, and bike trail. There is an abundance ...  more »
  • Nothing special - but a nice green space with a lake and trees. We wouldn't go out of our way to visit the park but it is across from the Loyola campus and midst some historic antebellum houses. Best ...  more »
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  • I loved this park!! It's lovely! There are open fields, huge, beautiful Southern trees, a stage for live music, a trail filled with walkers/runners/bikers and a playground for kids. There are even ponds with ducks and other birds and it's just lovely. Plenty of shade. My family and I walked around for a few hours. Then we visited Loyola University campus because it's right next to the park and caught the Uptown Streetcar which runs right next to the park also. It was a really great day. And Audubon Park is completely free. I highly recommend it!
  • Zoo is nice. The kids loved it. Get the season pass especially if you have 2 or more kids. It's well worth it.
  • Was a lovely park with tons of trees and grassy areas. It is huge by the way. It contains a golf course and the Audobon Zoo. Has a great trail for taking a stroll or running. Has the best exercise equipment dispersed along the trail as well if that's your cup of tea. There are eating spots and benches, stages, kids play areas and also tons of birds to watch as well. At the lowest part you can even see the Mississippi River. Not a bad place to visit if you want to get some fresh air and work off some of those large New Orleans meals.
  • Endless oaks and a paved walking/bike path ringed by a dirt path make for a great place to get outside. Kids love the playground right off St. Charles and feeding the ducks in the central lagoon. The well-maintaned bird sanctuary in the middle of the lagoon attracts all types, from waterfowl to songbirds. Also home to the Audubon Zoo on the river side of Magazine, ending with the Fly on the riverbank. All worthy of separate visits.
  • I'm a native of NOLA & love my home town but w all the tourist there should be a greater sense of pride. I found a lot of unkempt areas. Wish I could give 5 stars.