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New Orleans Culture Pass Program

Please note each partner's specific instructions for using the Culture Pass when making your reservation.

 

Reserve a pass below and present the pass confirmation to the partner organization on the date you've selected.

If you need assistance or if you need to cancel a pass, please call 504-529-7323 or ask for assistance online.


New Orleans Culture Pass Rules

  • Passes may be reserved by library cardholders online, in person, or by phone via a Library staff member
  • Passes are only valid for those who live in Orleans Parish and are age 18 and older. Passes are not valid for those with a temporary library card or cardholders from Jefferson or St. Bernard Parish. 
  • Passes may be reserved by library cardholders no more than once per month per partner organization
  • Each pass is valid for one day
  • Multiple passes may not be reserved for the same day
  • Passes are only valid for the date of visit displayed on the pass confirmation
  • Printed or digital pass confirmations will be accepted for entry
  • Passes may not be exchanged, refunded, and are non-transferrable
  • Attempts to duplicate, alter, or sell passes will result in denied admittance
  • Neither the partner organization nor the New Orleans Public Library is responsible for unauthorized duplication, lost, or stolen passes
  • All partner organizations reserve the right to refuse entry to all pass holders

 

Thursday October 29, 2020

To help ensure public safety, the Audubon Nature Institute is requiring reservations for timed ticketing slots. The Audubon Nature Institute Culture Pass can not be used to make an online timed ticket reservation, it must be brought to the Audubon Nature Institute customer service window where it will be redeemed for a timed ticket slot on a first come first served basis for the allotted tickets available for that date.   

Pass provides free entrance for up to 2 adults and 7 children (ages 18 and under) during regular operating hours to any Audubon Nature Institute facility:

  • Audubon Zoo - Open Wednesday-Sunday, Closed Monday & Tuesday
  • Audubon Aquarium of the Americas - Open Thursday-Monday, Closed Tuesday & Wednesday
  • Entergy Giant Screen Theater - Temporarily Closed
  • Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium - Temporarily Closed
  • Audubon Louisiana Nature Center Planetarium - Temporarily Closed

Audubon Nature Institute is a New Orleans nonprofit operating the local zoo, aquarium, parks, and more. We are dedicated to preserving and celebrating nature.

Passes are not valid for after-hours events or ticketed special events. Pass is only valid for the confirmed date of visit and based on Audubon attraction capacity and availability limits. Present the pass at the venue for entry. Present the pass at the venue for entry where it will be redeemed for a timed ticket slot on a first come first serve basis for the limited amount of allotted tickets available for that date.

      Multiple Destinations     [15 available ]

To help ensure public safety, the Audubon Nature Institute is requiring reservations for timed ticketing slots. The Audubon Nature Institute Culture Pass can not be used to make an online timed ticket reservation, it must be brought to the Audubon Nature Institute customer service window where it will be redeemed for a timed ticket slot on a first come first served basis for the limited amount of allotted tickets available for that date. 

Pass provides free entrance for up to 2 adults and 7 children (ages 18 and under) during regular operating hours to any Audubon Nature Institute facility:

  • Audubon Zoo Open Wednesday-Sunday, Closed Monday & Tuesday
  • Audubon Aquarium of the Americas Open Thursday-Monday, Closed Tuesday & Wednesday
  • Entergy Giant Screen Theater Temporarily Closed
  • Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium Temporarily Closed
  • Audubon Louisiana Nature Center Planetarium Temporarily Closed

Audubon Nature Institute is a New Orleans nonprofit operating the local zoo, aquarium, parks, and more. We are dedicated to preserving and celebrating nature.

Passes are not valid for after-hours events or ticketed special events. Pass is only valid for the confirmed date of visit and based on Audubon attraction capacity and availability limits. Present the pass at the venue for entry. Present the pass at the venue for entry where it will be redeemed for a timed ticket slot on a first come first serve basis for the limited amount of allotted tickets available for that date.

      Multiple Destinations     [15 available ]

· Library Pass provides admission for 2 adults and 4 children under 18. Adults aged seventeen and older must accompany a group of children sixteen years of age and younger.

· All admission tickets are timed and are a first come first serve basis and based on availability. To redeem, please visit any Ticketing desk at the National WWII Museum with this confirmation to receive timed admission tickets. New Orleans Public Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

· The pass also includes museum entry to Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience and other daily public programming. Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience tickets are based on availability.

· Patron named on the Pass must be present to redeem. Please have your photo ID ready at check-in

· The National WWII Museum is open Monday-Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm.

· The National WWII Museum is closed to the public on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Mardi Gras Day.

· Library Pass is good for one visit on the date reserved on this confirmation only.

You must print or display this pass to National WWII Museum Visitor Services staff to redeem for passes. New Orleans Public Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

        [15 available ]

To help ensure public safety, the New Canal Lighthouse Museum is requiring a reservation for entry. Once you have reserved a New Canal Lighthouse Museum Culture Pass, you must call the Museum directly at 504-282-2134 to reserve your visit time

Pass provides free entry to the museum for two adults and 2 children.

The historic New Canal Lighthouse at West End on Lakeshore Drive was severely damaged by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation reconstructed the lighthouse, incorporating original wood from the 1890 lighthouse that stood on the site and now operates as LPBF's New Canal Lighthouse Museum and Education Center. The museum offers programs that focus on the history of the lighthouse, the ecology of the Pontchartrain Basin and the critical coastal issues we face today in South Louisiana. The museum has on display a Fresnel lens that was believed to have been in the lighthouse in the early 1900's. There are also displays depicting the history of the region and the lighthouse, the work of LPBF, recreational and commercial lake opportunities, and LPBF's plan to make our coast sustainable for the future.

Pass is only valid for the confirmed date of visit. Pass may not include special exhibitions. Present the pass at the venue for entry.

        [6 available ]

To help ensure public safety, NOMA is requiring reservations for timed ticketing slots. Visitors must follow social distancing guidelines, and wear a mask at all times when inside the museum. For a full list of museum guidelines, click here.

Pass provides free entry to the museum for two adults and children or grandchildren.

Pass is only valid for the confirmed date and time of visit.

Pass may not include special exhibitions.

To redeem NOMA Culture Pass, follow the instructions below:

1. Complete the Culture Pass reservation process.

2. Visit noma.org/tickets or call 504-658-4220 for assistance with making a reservation.

3. Confirm the date you would like to visit, ensuring it is the same date you've used to reserve the Culture Pass.

4. Enter promo code CULTUREPASS above the listing of ticket times. Once promo code is entered, ticket will be discounted to zero and you may select your time slot.  

5. Present Culture Pass confirmation at the NOMA ticket counter for entry on your selected date and time. Entry will not be granted without the Culture Pass confirmation email or printout


New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), the city’s oldest fine arts institution, opened on December 16, 1911, with only 9 works of art. Today, the museum hosts an impressive permanent collection of almost 40,000 objects, including French and American art, photography, glass, and African and Japanese works. The twelve-acre Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden at NOMA is one of the most important sculpture installations in the United States, with over 90 sculptures. 

        [15 available ]

Friday October 30, 2020

To help ensure public safety, the Audubon Nature Institute is requiring reservations for timed ticketing slots. The Audubon Nature Institute Culture Pass can not be used to make an online timed ticket reservation, it must be brought to the Audubon Nature Institute customer service window where it will be redeemed for a timed ticket slot on a first come first served basis for the allotted tickets available for that date.   

Pass provides free entrance for up to 2 adults and 7 children (ages 18 and under) during regular operating hours to any Audubon Nature Institute facility:

  • Audubon Zoo - Open Wednesday-Sunday, Closed Monday & Tuesday
  • Audubon Aquarium of the Americas - Open Thursday-Monday, Closed Tuesday & Wednesday
  • Entergy Giant Screen Theater - Temporarily Closed
  • Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium - Temporarily Closed
  • Audubon Louisiana Nature Center Planetarium - Temporarily Closed

Audubon Nature Institute is a New Orleans nonprofit operating the local zoo, aquarium, parks, and more. We are dedicated to preserving and celebrating nature.

Passes are not valid for after-hours events or ticketed special events. Pass is only valid for the confirmed date of visit and based on Audubon attraction capacity and availability limits. Present the pass at the venue for entry. Present the pass at the venue for entry where it will be redeemed for a timed ticket slot on a first come first serve basis for the limited amount of allotted tickets available for that date.

      Multiple Destinations     [15 available ]

To help ensure public safety, the Audubon Nature Institute is requiring reservations for timed ticketing slots. The Audubon Nature Institute Culture Pass can not be used to make an online timed ticket reservation, it must be brought to the Audubon Nature Institute customer service window where it will be redeemed for a timed ticket slot on a first come first served basis for the limited amount of allotted tickets available for that date. 

Pass provides free entrance for up to 2 adults and 7 children (ages 18 and under) during regular operating hours to any Audubon Nature Institute facility:

  • Audubon Zoo Open Wednesday-Sunday, Closed Monday & Tuesday
  • Audubon Aquarium of the Americas Open Thursday-Monday, Closed Tuesday & Wednesday
  • Entergy Giant Screen Theater Temporarily Closed
  • Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium Temporarily Closed
  • Audubon Louisiana Nature Center Planetarium Temporarily Closed

Audubon Nature Institute is a New Orleans nonprofit operating the local zoo, aquarium, parks, and more. We are dedicated to preserving and celebrating nature.

Passes are not valid for after-hours events or ticketed special events. Pass is only valid for the confirmed date of visit and based on Audubon attraction capacity and availability limits. Present the pass at the venue for entry. Present the pass at the venue for entry where it will be redeemed for a timed ticket slot on a first come first serve basis for the limited amount of allotted tickets available for that date.

      Multiple Destinations     [12 available ]

· Library Pass provides admission for 2 adults and 4 children under 18. Adults aged seventeen and older must accompany a group of children sixteen years of age and younger.

· All admission tickets are timed and are a first come first serve basis and based on availability. To redeem, please visit any Ticketing desk at the National WWII Museum with this confirmation to receive timed admission tickets. New Orleans Public Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

· The pass also includes museum entry to Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience and other daily public programming. Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience tickets are based on availability.

· Patron named on the Pass must be present to redeem. Please have your photo ID ready at check-in

· The National WWII Museum is open Monday-Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm.

· The National WWII Museum is closed to the public on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Mardi Gras Day.

· Library Pass is good for one visit on the date reserved on this confirmation only.

You must print or display this pass to National WWII Museum Visitor Services staff to redeem for passes. New Orleans Public Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

        [15 available ]

To help ensure public safety, the New Canal Lighthouse Museum is requiring a reservation for entry. Once you have reserved a New Canal Lighthouse Museum Culture Pass, you must call the Museum directly at 504-282-2134 to reserve your visit time

Pass provides free entry to the museum for two adults and 2 children.

The historic New Canal Lighthouse at West End on Lakeshore Drive was severely damaged by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation reconstructed the lighthouse, incorporating original wood from the 1890 lighthouse that stood on the site and now operates as LPBF's New Canal Lighthouse Museum and Education Center. The museum offers programs that focus on the history of the lighthouse, the ecology of the Pontchartrain Basin and the critical coastal issues we face today in South Louisiana. The museum has on display a Fresnel lens that was believed to have been in the lighthouse in the early 1900's. There are also displays depicting the history of the region and the lighthouse, the work of LPBF, recreational and commercial lake opportunities, and LPBF's plan to make our coast sustainable for the future.

Pass is only valid for the confirmed date of visit. Pass may not include special exhibitions. Present the pass at the venue for entry.

        [6 available ]

To help ensure public safety, NOMA is requiring reservations for timed ticketing slots. Visitors must follow social distancing guidelines, and wear a mask at all times when inside the museum. For a full list of museum guidelines, click here.

Pass provides free entry to the museum for two adults and children or grandchildren.

Pass is only valid for the confirmed date and time of visit.

Pass may not include special exhibitions.

To redeem NOMA Culture Pass, follow the instructions below:

1. Complete the Culture Pass reservation process.

2. Visit noma.org/tickets or call 504-658-4220 for assistance with making a reservation.

3. Confirm the date you would like to visit, ensuring it is the same date you've used to reserve the Culture Pass.

4. Enter promo code CULTUREPASS above the listing of ticket times. Once promo code is entered, ticket will be discounted to zero and you may select your time slot.  

5. Present Culture Pass confirmation at the NOMA ticket counter for entry on your selected date and time. Entry will not be granted without the Culture Pass confirmation email or printout


New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), the city’s oldest fine arts institution, opened on December 16, 1911, with only 9 works of art. Today, the museum hosts an impressive permanent collection of almost 40,000 objects, including French and American art, photography, glass, and African and Japanese works. The twelve-acre Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden at NOMA is one of the most important sculpture installations in the United States, with over 90 sculptures. 

        [14 available ]

Saturday October 31, 2020

To help ensure public safety, the Audubon Nature Institute is requiring reservations for timed ticketing slots. The Audubon Nature Institute Culture Pass can not be used to make an online timed ticket reservation, it must be brought to the Audubon Nature Institute customer service window where it will be redeemed for a timed ticket slot on a first come first served basis for the allotted tickets available for that date.   

Pass provides free entrance for up to 2 adults and 7 children (ages 18 and under) during regular operating hours to any Audubon Nature Institute facility:

  • Audubon Zoo - Open Wednesday-Sunday, Closed Monday & Tuesday
  • Audubon Aquarium of the Americas - Open Thursday-Monday, Closed Tuesday & Wednesday
  • Entergy Giant Screen Theater - Temporarily Closed
  • Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium - Temporarily Closed
  • Audubon Louisiana Nature Center Planetarium - Temporarily Closed

Audubon Nature Institute is a New Orleans nonprofit operating the local zoo, aquarium, parks, and more. We are dedicated to preserving and celebrating nature.

Passes are not valid for after-hours events or ticketed special events. Pass is only valid for the confirmed date of visit and based on Audubon attraction capacity and availability limits. Present the pass at the venue for entry. Present the pass at the venue for entry where it will be redeemed for a timed ticket slot on a first come first serve basis for the limited amount of allotted tickets available for that date.

      Multiple Destinations     [15 available ]

To help ensure public safety, the Audubon Nature Institute is requiring reservations for timed ticketing slots. The Audubon Nature Institute Culture Pass can not be used to make an online timed ticket reservation, it must be brought to the Audubon Nature Institute customer service window where it will be redeemed for a timed ticket slot on a first come first served basis for the limited amount of allotted tickets available for that date. 

Pass provides free entrance for up to 2 adults and 7 children (ages 18 and under) during regular operating hours to any Audubon Nature Institute facility:

  • Audubon Zoo Open Wednesday-Sunday, Closed Monday & Tuesday
  • Audubon Aquarium of the Americas Open Thursday-Monday, Closed Tuesday & Wednesday
  • Entergy Giant Screen Theater Temporarily Closed
  • Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium Temporarily Closed
  • Audubon Louisiana Nature Center Planetarium Temporarily Closed

Audubon Nature Institute is a New Orleans nonprofit operating the local zoo, aquarium, parks, and more. We are dedicated to preserving and celebrating nature.

Passes are not valid for after-hours events or ticketed special events. Pass is only valid for the confirmed date of visit and based on Audubon attraction capacity and availability limits. Present the pass at the venue for entry. Present the pass at the venue for entry where it will be redeemed for a timed ticket slot on a first come first serve basis for the limited amount of allotted tickets available for that date.

      Multiple Destinations     [12 available ]

· Library Pass provides admission for 2 adults and 4 children under 18. Adults aged seventeen and older must accompany a group of children sixteen years of age and younger.

· All admission tickets are timed and are a first come first serve basis and based on availability. To redeem, please visit any Ticketing desk at the National WWII Museum with this confirmation to receive timed admission tickets. New Orleans Public Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

· The pass also includes museum entry to Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience and other daily public programming. Beyond All Boundaries 4D Experience tickets are based on availability.

· Patron named on the Pass must be present to redeem. Please have your photo ID ready at check-in

· The National WWII Museum is open Monday-Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm.

· The National WWII Museum is closed to the public on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Mardi Gras Day.

· Library Pass is good for one visit on the date reserved on this confirmation only.

You must print or display this pass to National WWII Museum Visitor Services staff to redeem for passes. New Orleans Public Library cards will not be accepted for entry.

        [15 available ]

To help ensure public safety, the New Canal Lighthouse Museum is requiring a reservation for entry. Once you have reserved a New Canal Lighthouse Museum Culture Pass, you must call the Museum directly at 504-282-2134 to reserve your visit time

Pass provides free entry to the museum for two adults and 2 children.

The historic New Canal Lighthouse at West End on Lakeshore Drive was severely damaged by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation reconstructed the lighthouse, incorporating original wood from the 1890 lighthouse that stood on the site and now operates as LPBF's New Canal Lighthouse Museum and Education Center. The museum offers programs that focus on the history of the lighthouse, the ecology of the Pontchartrain Basin and the critical coastal issues we face today in South Louisiana. The museum has on display a Fresnel lens that was believed to have been in the lighthouse in the early 1900's. There are also displays depicting the history of the region and the lighthouse, the work of LPBF, recreational and commercial lake opportunities, and LPBF's plan to make our coast sustainable for the future.

Pass is only valid for the confirmed date of visit. Pass may not include special exhibitions. Present the pass at the venue for entry.

        [6 available ]

To help ensure public safety, NOMA is requiring reservations for timed ticketing slots. Visitors must follow social distancing guidelines, and wear a mask at all times when inside the museum. For a full list of museum guidelines, click here.

Pass provides free entry to the museum for two adults and children or grandchildren.

Pass is only valid for the confirmed date and time of visit.

Pass may not include special exhibitions.

To redeem NOMA Culture Pass, follow the instructions below:

1. Complete the Culture Pass reservation process.

2. Visit noma.org/tickets or call 504-658-4220 for assistance with making a reservation.

3. Confirm the date you would like to visit, ensuring it is the same date you've used to reserve the Culture Pass.

4. Enter promo code CULTUREPASS above the listing of ticket times. Once promo code is entered, ticket will be discounted to zero and you may select your time slot.  

5. Present Culture Pass confirmation at the NOMA ticket counter for entry on your selected date and time. Entry will not be granted without the Culture Pass confirmation email or printout


New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), the city’s oldest fine arts institution, opened on December 16, 1911, with only 9 works of art. Today, the museum hosts an impressive permanent collection of almost 40,000 objects, including French and American art, photography, glass, and African and Japanese works. The twelve-acre Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden at NOMA is one of the most important sculpture installations in the United States, with over 90 sculptures. 

        [15 available ]