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Brews and Boos

Join your friends for Brews and Boos! TWO NIGHTS of parties!

Unlimited rides, Jello shots, Scare-ousel, Costume Contest, Open Beer Bar, Snacks, TRICKS and TREATS!

Friday, October 27, 2017 - 11pm to 2am

Saturday, October 28, 2017 - 11pm to 2am

General admission: $30/person

VIP admission: $50/person

To be clear, buy one ticket for one night of the party. If you're going with a group,...

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The ribbon has been cut! The Multi Use Path is OPEN!

New Orleans City Park is proud to announce the opening of the highly anticipated Marconi Path on the west side of the Park. The new bike path will complete the fourth side of the Park's bike path project: Robert E Lee, Wisner, Harrison, and now, Marconi.

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The New Orleans City Park Carousel

The Carousel ride is often called the ‘Flying Horses’ by New Orleans locals. The Carousel is the oldest ride in the William B. Hines Carousel Gardens Amusement Park. It dates back to 1906 but some of the animal figures date back to 1885. The Carousel was originally located on a track of land along City Park Avenue. The Carousel was moved to its current location in 1928, creating what would eventually be City Park&rsquo...

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Happy 3rd of July - today’s the party!

Enjoy patriotic music with the Marine Corps Band New Orleans and fireworks from the Peristyle!

Join us as we celebrate the 3rd of July!

WHAT:       The annual Happy 3rd of July event promises to be a spectacular show. Join us for the party dressed in your red, white, and blue best! Bring your chairs and blankets to enjoy patriotic music from The Marine Corps...

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Why did the turtle cross the road?

Why did the turtle cross the road? A few days ago, while driving around the Park, I slowed down for what I thought was just another bump in the oh-so-bumpy New Orleans roads. But unlike most bumps and potholes, this one slowly moved as I approached.  I pulled to the side and stepped out of the car to find a small turtle, moseying across the street, seemingly unaware of the oncoming car. Afraid...

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