Go On Down to the Audubon Zoo
January 28th, 2019
The New Orleans Public Library and the Audubon Nature Institute have partnered to offer the public the opportunity to check out an Audubon Nature Institute Partner Pass from all 15 Library locations. Each pass provides free entrance for up to 2 adults and 7 children (ages 18 and under) during regular operating hours to: - Audubon Zoo - Audubon Aquarium of the Americas - Entergy Giant Screen Theater - Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium - Audubon Louisiana Nature Center Planetarium
(Passes are not valid for after-hours events or ticketed special events)
All 15 Library locations have two Audubon Nature Institute passes available for Library cardholders to check out.
Audubon Nature Institute Partner Pass Guidelines: · Pass must be returned to the same Library location from where it was checked out. · Lending period is 2 weeks. · Overdue fines are $1 per day, max $20. · Lost/unreturned fees are $200. · Passes may not be returned and checked out again by the same person on the same day. · Only one, of any, partner pass may be checked out at one time.
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