AAA Editor Notes
Audubon Zoo is at 6500 Magazine St., adjacent to Audubon Park. Encompassing 58 acres of realistic habitats and more than 1,500 animals, the zoo is home to many rare and endangered species. Exhibits include the African Savanna; Asia; Watotu Walk; World of Primates; and Reptile Encounter, home to Komodo dragons. Mayan temples and ruins are the setting for Jaguar Jungle, where guests can see endangered anteaters, alpacas, spider monkeys and ocelots as well as a variety of bats in the Nocturnal House.

The Louisiana Swamp Exhibit recreates the culture and wildlife of a 1930s Cajun settlement. Narrated feedings are offered daily. The Swamp Train takes passengers on a tour of the zoo. Guests may go for a whirl on the Endangered Species Carousel or go for a dip in Cool Zoo, a splash park (open seasonally).

Food is available.

Zoo $22.95; $19.95 (ages 65+); $17.95 (ages 2-12). Train $5. Carousel $2. Kamba Kourse $15. Sky Tykes $8. Combination ticket with Audubon Aquarium of the Americas and Entergy Giant Screen Theater $39.95; $32.95 (ages 65+); $29.95 (ages 2-12). Audubon Experience combination ticket with Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, Entergy Giant Screen Theater, and Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium (valid for 30 consecutive days from first use) $44.95; $37.95 (ages 65+); $34.95 (ages 2-12). Phone ahead to confirm rates.
Station: Webster St.
Daily 10-5 (also Sat.-Sun. 5-6), early Mar.-Labor Day; Tues.-Fri. and select holiday Mon. 10-4, Sat.-Sun. 10-5, rest of year. Closed Mardi Gras Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Last admission 1 hour before closing. Phone ahead to confirm schedule. Allow 3 hours minimum.
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