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Audubon Zoo entrance is located at 6500 Magazine Street in Uptown New Orleans. The Zoo is handicap accessible.
Restrooms are located near the Zoo front gate, inside of Zoofari Cafe, near the Carousel, near the Reptile Encounter, and inside of the Cajun Ballroom in the Louisiana Swamp Exhibit.
The Information Booth is located near the Zoo front entrance where facility maps, daily schedules and other information is available.
Wheelchairs and strollers are available for rent at the Zoo Information Booth. A Photo ID or $5.00 deposit is required with all rentals.
- Wheelchairs: $8
- Electric Wheelchairs: $25
- Strollers: $11
- Double Strollers: $13
Wheelchair and Stroller Routes
All exhibits at the Zoo are easily accessible by wheelchair or stroller. View the Zoo map for additional details.
Guests with disabilities are permitted to bring service animals to all areas of Audubon facilities where guests are normally allowed—with the exception of Watoto Walk (contact yard) and Audubon Aviary at the Zoo and Parakeet Pointe at the Aquarium. Animals exhibiting signs of ill health or aggressive or erratic behavior will not be allowed. In the event that a guest’s service animal is denied admittance, other assistance will be provided upon request. Animals whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support (ESA), therapy animals or animals that provide a service to others not present (dogs in-training) do not qualify as “service animals” under the ADA and are not allowed in Audubon facilities. Pets are also not admitted in Audubon facilities. Pets, ESA and other service animals are allowed in Audubon's public parks.
Audubon Zoo is full of engaging activities for the whole family. View our calendar of events to learn more about what is going on at the Zoo.
View the Zoo map. For the latest information on exhibits, concessions, shows and presentations pick up a ZOO NEWS at the front gate when you come to visit.