NEW ORLEANS (press release) – Audubon Nature Institute is thanking its neighbors in Jefferson Parish by offering discounted admissions on Saturday, Dec. 12.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Parish, Jefferson Parish residents and government employees (regardless of residency) can visit Audubon Zoo and Audubon Aquarium of the Americas for half the regular ticket price (adult or child) on Dec. 12.
“Our neighbors in Jefferson Parish are a huge part of the Audubon family,” said Audubon Nature Institute President and CEO Ron Forman. “Jefferson Parish Appreciation Day is a way for us to thank those residents for their continued support of our attractions year in and year out.”
Jefferson Parish residents must show a photo ID showing a Jefferson Parish zip code. Jefferson Parish government employees must show proof of Jefferson Parish employment, but they do not need to reside in Jefferson Parish.
The Jefferson Parish Appreciation Day discount is valid on full-priced admission tickets only and is valid during regular hours. The offer is not valid in combination with any other discount and does not apply to special admission events at any Audubon attraction. Masks are required and online reservations must be made ahead of visit.
Click HERE to reserve your Jefferson Parish Appreciation Day tickets.
Audubon Zoo and Audubon Aquarium of the Americas are ranked in the top 10 zoos and aquariums in the country, offering guest the opportunity to learn about endangered species and what they can do to protect them. Audubon Nature Institute takes part in conservation initiatives around the globe. By visiting the Zoo and Aquarium, guests help save species from extinction.
Audubon’s Community Connect Program offers year-round access for Orleans Parish residents.