Audubon Park

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Formerly the site of a sugar plantation, this serene park opposite Tulane and Loyola universities served as a Union encampment during the Civil War and as the site of the 1884 World's Cotton Centennial, which sparked residential development of uptown New Orleans. Today it's an extraodinarily popular urban oasis, with a broad walking path, an excellent golf course and several play areas for kids. Exposition Boulevard, a pleasant footpath on the downtown side of the park, skirts a row of elegant residences.

Useful information

Adresse : 

6500 Magazine St

Phone:

+1 504-861-2537

Nearby tourist attractions

Audubon Zoological Garden
Audubon Zoological Garden
A jewel in the crown of the Audubon
180 minutes
Magazine Street
Magazine Street
Magazine Street today undergoes radical
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St. Charles Avenue
St. Charles Avenue
A wide, beautiful thoroughfare overhung
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Garden District
Garden District
One of the best preserved historic
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Warehouse District
Warehouse District
The Warehouse District thrives as the
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Confederate Memorial Hall
Confederate Memorial Hall
The dark, Romanesque-style building
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Audubon Zoological Garden
Audubon Zoological Garden
A jewel in the crown of the Audubon
180 minutes
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
See the sharks, penguins sting rays and
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New Orleans Botanical Garden
New Orleans Botanical Garden
Built by WPA workers during the
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