Louisiana Children's MuseumCurrently Closed
A perfect place for kids, and the kids at heart, the Louisiana Children’s museum is a fantastic place to go to when you are in search of family activities. From building houses to painting to origami, there is plenty to keep kids busy for hours.
For people visiting New Orleans, it probably one of the best places to visit with children and relive those childhood moments again. The museum is open for visitors for a small amount of Louisiana Children’s Museum Ticket Price. The Louisiana Children’s Museum Tickets can be bought from the counter. Buy Tickets for Louisiana Children’s Museum a little early to avoid the rush. Tickets are only available offline so you cannot get Tickets for Louisiana Children’s Museum from any other source. Regardless, the Louisiana Children’s Museum Ticket Costs are reasonable enough to lure you again.
- Adults must accompany children under 16 years.
- 8:50 USD (+Louisiana sales tax) per person (includes – adults, children and LCM members).
- Children under age 1: Free admission
- St. Peter’s at Julia bus stop
- Magazine at Julia bus stop
- Julia Tram station
- Bittersweet Confections
- Carmo Cafe
- Peche Seafood grill
- Uncle Mister Collins
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16.94% of people who visit New Orleans include Louisiana Children's Museum in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
48.72% of people start their Louisiana Children's Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Louisiana Children's Museum
78.95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Louisiana Children's Museum
My children really enjoyed it here. Lots of space and unique exhibits specific to the area. One of the largest "mini grocery stores" we've encountered. If traveling with little ones, this is a good stop for them to have fun from the usual sightseeing.
First if all, I am a fan if the museum and a member, but we attended a special event and were very disappointed. We bought tickets for the Pajama Party Brunch this past weekend and were very dissatisfied with what we got for the price. It wasn't a Brunch, but a skimpy breakfast where they were handing out plates of cold grits, cold scrambled eggs and 2 strips of cold bacon or 1 sausage patty. The plates were being served cafeteria style by grumpy people. I didn't bother to eat because it looked so unappetizing. They were yelling, "last call for food" at 11:30 am because they ran out. They also called it a Live Jazz Brunch, but there was no Jazz Band. I reccomend the museum during normal hours, it is great fun and educational for the kids, but will not attend any more special events.
I think this is the third best children's museum we've been too. We liked it and everywhere we went was our favorite spot to be. Story time was really well done and nice to have. The painting outside the bathroom was perfect for this place. We would definitely come back if we visit again.
Rainy days, hot days, virtually any days where the kiddos have nothing to do this is your spot. Hours of independent play and some fun learning experiences too. And when they open the new campus? It's going to be amazing. Overall just great fun for kids and a reprieve for beleaguered parents.
Love it! So many great memories as a child. Can't wait until they open their new location in City Park so I can continue sharing the memories with my new family. So much to do and the staff is extremely friendly.