We stopped into New Orleans for a short 24 hours stay with no plans at all. This Aquarium here was very nice and we had a very good time. It was a but crowded in places where the flow of people was inconsistent. But it...More
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I really enjoyed the aquarium. I loved the rainforest part, as well as the penguins. I loved seeing the Arapaima. That was pretty cool. It was raining when we went into the budgie part so we were the only ones there I just thought that...More
This was a nice little aquarium. It's very small. We paid $30 at the gate for admission and this is not worth that amount of money. In comparison, the Georgia Aquarium is $36 and it is huge. At the Audubon Aquarium you only need a...More
The initial impression of the Mayan display I was excited and then it quickly turned downhill fast. A couple displays were nice but nothing is impressive including the white alligator and "big" tank of fish. In and out in less than an hour and that...More
Stop by the Louisiana welcome station on the way into the state if coming by car and ask for any discounts they currently offer. Coupon could save you $3-$5 per person!
I've been to larger aquariums but I particularly liked the layout of this one. They also include one free movie with the visit. I got to feed the birds. Small food quart. When you get there (with kids) make sure you immediately purchase the band...More
Nice exhibits though the aquarium and whats on display is a little lacking. You can easily see everything and finish a couple hours. The theater is nice. I would gauge places like this by what they charge compared to other similar places. In doing that...More
Nice Aquarium for sure but can be crowded as those try and beat the heat inside. I recommend timing out feeding the Stingrays. You buy a wristband on the 2nd flood gift shop for 2 dollars and feed the Stingrays by hand. Kids loved it...More
Great place to escape when you need some air! Got to see staff members taking care of the fish, snakes, etc. Nothing especially exciting but it's a typical aquarium.