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In October and April there is music and special food at the botanical garden. The night we went they had mojitos. It was a wonderful night. Bring a chair if you can or get there early to grab one of the few available benches. It...More
This park is enormous and features many different things to do including a children's area with large Disney characters to play on and with in addition to tennis courts and plenty of green space. A satellite location of Cafe du Monde tops it all off!
We spent two afternoons at City Park. The first we strolled through the live oaks section, visited half of the sculpture garden and went through the arboretum. Our arboretum membership from our home arboretum had reciprocity with the one at City Park so we visited...More
Okay, so I'm 56 and out of shape. But we were staying in Lakeview at a place that had bicycles and was literally one block from the City Park bike trail. We rode the entire loop (5.8 miles). There is one large overpass (yes, I...More
Spent a good couple of hours here. Free entry and $8 to enter the botanical gardens which are well worth a visit. Boats and bikes available to hire. This park is almost twice the size of Central Park in New York. If you have a...More
My husband and I fell in love with NOLA! City Park is a wonderful park to have your morning coffee and just take a break and enjoy the area! Great fod photos! Definitely a part of the city you want to see!
I discovered City Park on my last visit to New Orleans. It’s at the end of the streetcar line and a beautiful respite from the chaos of the quarter and downtown. There’s a sculpture garden, art museum, botanical garden, fountains and tons of green space....More