Woldenberg Riverfront Park, New Orleans

About Woldenberg Riverfront Park, New Orleans

Woldenberg Riverfront Park, New Orleans - Address

Address: 1 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 06:00 am - 10:00 pm Details

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Waterfront, Park, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot

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Named after philanthropist Malcolm Woldenberg, the Woldenberg Riverfront Park borders the Mississippi river. Walk along the mighty Mississippi and take in the breathtaking view of that river. Enjoy the art sculptures all along the way.

Woldenberg Riverfront Park Information

  • Activities not allowed in the park – soliciting, dogs without leash, fishing, skating, skateboarding, personal motorized vehicles.

Woldenberg Riverfront Park Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

Woldenberg Riverfront Park Opening and Closing Hours

  • Recommended time to visit is get in time to watch the sun rise or set around the horizon.

How To reach Woldenberg Riverfront Park by Public Transport

  • Toulouse Tram station

Restaurants Near Woldenberg Riverfront Park

  • Cafe Maspero
  • Landry’s seafood
  • Riverview Room restaurant

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Woldenberg Riverfront Park, New Orleans Reviews - Write a Review

  • Home of the Jazz and Seafood Festival. Live jazz by New Orleans finest musicians. Walking distance to the zoo and waterfront promenade. Watch the riverboats paddle by. Bring your camera !

  • Attended seafood festival there. Great food and music. Fun way to experience the different tastes of NOLA

  • Wonderful family friendly park! Great events and a great place to take a break!

  • Beautiful park on the river. But occasionally there are a lot of homeless people sleeping or panhandling. They aren't that scary but maybe not a good idea to bring young kids.

  • Oh My God! If You Haven't Gone.People Please Check It Out.Get Up & Out Enjoy Your Hometown.

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