New Orleans, Louisiana is well known for the food, music, and culture.
However, if you’re looking to do something different, you may be interested into the underwater world.
The Audubon Nature Institute celebrates the wonders of nature, and its aquarium does just that.
The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas offers exhibits where you can do more than watch marine animals swim by. Visitors of the aquarium can feed the cow-nose stingrays, dive into an underwater adventure into the Maya Reef, or enter into a virtual reality experience.
The fun doesn’t stop there. There’s a lot more to do. If you would like to learn more about the various Aquarium exhibits, click here.
On July 27, the aquarium will be opening a limited-time special exhibition which features giant aquatic sculptures made from plastic pollution.
The exhibit will be called: Washed Ashore.