Rules, guidelines, policies, and hours of operation.
Sunday – Thursday, 6am – 10pm
Friday and Saturday, 6am – Midnight
In case of an emergency call 9-1-1. Audubon Security can be reached 24 hours at (504) 378-2510.
- Commercial activity is prohibited unless authorized in writing by Audubon Nature Institute.
- Soliciting money, contributions or donations; distributing advertising or promotional material of any kind; and/or offering samples of items is prohibited, unless authorized in writing by Audubon Nature Institute.
- Animals must be leashed and remain in possession by the owner at all times while in the park. (City law Article 18-14).
- Professional videotaping and/or photography for commercial use is prohibited, unless authorized in writing by Audubon Nature Institute.
- Use of non-authorized motor vehicles is prohibited.
- Possession of weapons is prohibited.
- Fishing is prohibited.
- Fireworks are prohibited.
- Cooking and open flames are prohibited, unless authorized in writing by Audubon Nature Institute.
- Obscene language or gestures, racial, religious or ethnic slurs are prohibited.
- Amplified music is prohibited, unless authorized in writing by Audubon Nature Institute.
- Physically or verbally threatening any person, using physical force, fighting and harassing others is prohibited.
- Kite flying and drone usage is prohibited.
- Rollerblading, roller-skating, skateboarding and the use of scooters is prohibited.
- Sleeping or lying fully reclined in the park is prohibited.
- Graffiti or vandalism of any kind is not permitted.
- Engaging in any unlawful activity or behavior of any is prohibited.
- Pamphleteering, proselytizing or distribution of commercial, political or religious material is prohibited
During festivals and special events, additional rules may apply.
The above is a partial list of Woldenberg Park Rules. Audubon Nature Institute reserves the right to modify and/or add to these rules at any time. Guests who do not act responsibly or violate any of the rules of the park may be asked to leave the park. Guests that refuse to leave the property are subject to arrest and prosecution for criminal trespass.
Audubon governs the public usage of the park by the rights granted by the City of New Orleans through Code Ordinance Section B 5-802.