Audubon Aquarium Of The Americas

Aquarium in French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, US
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  • Farhana Shahid
  • 6 months ago
Compared to all other aquariums this one had less kids during noon when I visited. It would take barely an hr to see around the whole aquarium. Unusually They had two macaws, one owl, and a small tropical trees area. They had lots of sting rays. Didn’t see any large seal or many penguins compared to other places. Ticket was $32 & I didn’t feel it was worth the cost. Anyway the aquarium was aesthetically more beautiful compared to other ones. And I enjoyed the outside ferry ride more than the aquarium itself!!

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Address: 1 Canal St, French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana  70130, US
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Audubon Aquarium of the Americas is a Aquarium located at 1 Canal St, French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana  70130, US.

The business is listed under aquarium, tourist attraction category. It has received 11489 reviews with an average rating of 4.4 stars.

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Reviews:

  • Farhana Shahid
  • 6 months ago
Compared to all other aquariums this one had less kids during noon when I visited. It would take barely an hr to see around the whole aquarium. Unusually They had two macaws, one owl, and a small tropical trees area. They had lots of sting rays. Didn’t see any large seal or many penguins compared to other places. Ticket was $32 & I didn’t feel it was worth the cost. Anyway the aquarium was aesthetically more beautiful compared to other ones. And I enjoyed the outside ferry ride more than the aquarium itself!!
  • Anthony Glenn
  • 7 months ago
A large aquarium containing a wide variety of animals. I went early in the day and was able to catch some of the exhibited creatures asleep. There are also a handful of species of birds, most of which are not aquatic. I highly recommend it as a family activity. There are multiple gift shops offering a wide variety of memorabilia.
  • Taylor Allen
  • 8 months ago
Such a fun trip! While the ticket cost was a little high, in my eyes, it was worth it. We walked around the aquarium twice to make sure we got to see everything. Highlight of the trip was the touch pool where you can touch a stingray or see the staff feed them! It was also fun to see their white alligator and to keep an eye out for their small number of resident birds.
  • Danielle Dauffenbach
  • 8 months ago
Very worth the money and the time. They have a local wildlife section with catfish and owls and other birds. They have a piranha exhibit! The penguins come right up to the glass! I loved the stingray hands-on exhibit. And right across from the stingrays are so many seahorses! They also have sea otters! At the end of the walkthrough of the aquarium is One of the best glass walls I have seen for viewing a large aquarium like this. So many sharks so many huge fish. As well as a sea turtle!
  • William G
  • 9 months ago
If your in New Orleans, don't pass this up. The one walk through tank make it worth the stop, but there is much much more. It's has several different environments on display. Excellent for kids as well as adults. The penguins and otters are awesome. The manta ray tank is great as well. You can touch them as they travel around the tank and are very accustomed to human interaction. The Parakeet point was closed when we were there. It's supposed to re open in March of 2021. Expect to spend a few hours here.

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Gulf marine life, penguins & parakeets Marine exhibits plus a 400,000-gallon tank with coral reefs, sharks, rays & a walk-through tunnel.

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"Compared to all other aquariums this one had less kids during noon when I visited. It would take barely an hr to see around the whole aquarium. Unusually They had two macaws, one owl, and a small tropical trees area. They had lots of sting rays. Didn’t see any large seal or many penguins compared to other places. Ticket was $ & I didn’t feel it was worth the cost. Anyway the aquarium was aesthetically more beautiful compared to other ones. And I enjoyed the outside ferry ride more than the aquarium itself!!"

"A large aquarium containing a wide variety of animals. I went early in the day and was able to catch some of the exhibited creatures asleep. There are also a handful of species of birds, most of which are not aquatic. I highly recommend it as a family activity. There are multiple gift shops offering a wide variety of memorabilia."

"Such a fun trip! While the ticket cost was a little high, in my eyes, it was worth it. We walked around the aquarium twice to make sure we got to see everything. Highlight of the trip was the touch pool where you can touch a stingray or see the staff feed them! It was also fun to see their white alligator and to keep an eye out for their small number of resident birds."

"Very worth the money and the time. They have a local wildlife section with catfish and owls and other birds. They have a piranha exhibit! The penguins come right up to the glass! I loved the stingray hands-on exhibit. And right across from the stingrays are so many seahorses! They also have sea otters! At the end of the walkthrough of the aquarium is One of the best glass walls I have seen for viewing a large aquarium like this. So many sharks so many huge fish. As well as a sea turtle!"

"If your in New Orleans, don't pass this up. The one walk through tank make it worth the stop, but there is much much more. It's has several different environments on display. Excellent for kids as well as adults. The penguins and otters are awesome. The manta ray tank is great as well. You can touch them as they travel around the tank and are very accustomed to human interaction. The Parakeet point was closed when we were there. It's supposed to re open in March of . Expect to spend a few hours here."

Audubon Aquarium of the Americas has 4.4 stars from 11489 reviews.

The address of Audubon Aquarium of the Americas is 1 Canal St, French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, US.

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