Found some old photos (courtesy of an old book on Audubon Park) of the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans from the late 80s and 90s before the major renovations that took place around 2000. I was 10 years old or so when much of this was torn down for the new entry, so my memory is a little foggy. Does anyone remember what the three pagoda type buildings housed? I think the one on the right was a restaurant and one of the two on the left was a gift shop? I can’t remember what was in the third. The old entry path pictured above was north of the current one. Once you passed these three buildings you had the sun bears and entry to Asian Domain on your right (left in photo above, where the couple with woman in pink is turning). You then had the theater and baby elephant statue on your right. This old entrance did not align with the fountain as it does today. I think I recall a duck pond right at the entrance in front of the pagoda building on the right in the picture above. Here is a photo of what the above photo looks like today (access to back of house/staff area). While I remember the three buildings above (just not what was in them) I have no memory of the building in the bottom right (across from the animal theater) in the birds eye photo below. Does anyone remember what this building was? This building is the approximate location of where the Earth Lab/Frogs building is now located. The animal theater and adjacent buildings (you can see this in the second/present day google photo; the brick building with blue doors) to the North are still there today, as is the small brick building just below it (now stroller rental and info booth). The round brick building with the pond to the left was Monkey Island in the 30s but at the time of this photo in the 80s/90s was unused (I think). This is the approximate location of the new/current entrance and gift shop.