Knock Knock Children's MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: 1900 Dalrymple Dr, Baton Rouge, LA 70808, USA, United States
- Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-2253883090
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Children Museums, Family And Kids
Knock knock is a newly opened children’s museum in Baton Rouge. The place was established with an idea to provide a creative space to the little geniuses where they can visualize and play with their imagination, experiment and grow. Knock knock caters to children of all age, especially toddlers and third-graders with the budding mind. Opened in August 2017, the museum help visitors to witness the various art pieces and items crafted and created by the local artists of the town. The place also offers numerous workshops and opportunities for kids to try their hands on it including dancing, painting, sculpting, crafting, music and more. Perched high on a lakeshore slope and surrounded by mature live oaks, this place is no less of a paradise for families and children. Definitely one of the top things to do in Baton Rouge!
How to Reach Knock Knock Children's Museum
- Bus Station- Thomas H Delpit @ E-Washington - S
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Knock Knock Children's Museum Reviews & Ratings
Great place to take children, lots of things for them to do, well maintained. A little pricey when compared to others; but just unbelievable that they make adults pay full price to go in to watch their children play. I did not understand this at all, parents if anything maybe 5 dollars for an entrance fee but asked to pay full price is crazy, especially for parents who have more than one child.
I recommended. Very friendly staff and it is a interesting place for kids. My daughter still asking for come back
This pace is wonderful. Took my 3yo there for a birthday party. We had to almost force her away from each station just to see more of the place. Two floors of indoor activities and and outdoor area. All of it was fairly clean for having as many children scrambling around in there all day. We will be going back.
The atmosphere would be so much more nicer if the rude white lady Kaye was not there each time we go she always has a angry attitude very rude to others. And yells at kids she has a very bad temper refuse to return she’s had a very nasty attitude toward costumers each time
Kids had so much fun. Caretakers were so nice and happy. Makes it so much easier on grownups.