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.
Louisiana Children's Museum Travel Tips
- Adults must accompany children under 16 years.
Entrance Ticket Details For Louisiana Children's Museum
- 8:50 USD (+Louisiana sales tax) per person (includes – adults, children and LCM members).
- Children under age 1: Free admission
How to Reach Louisiana Children's Museum
- 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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15.59% 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
Louisiana Children's Museum Reviews & Ratings
I didn't expect much when I walked in, but turns out most of the cool stuff is on the second floor. My daughter had a great time here and we ended up coming on two consecutive days. Props to the employee who played alphabets with my daughter; it means a lot to me to see her interact so positively with others when she's out and about.Pro tip: If you seek covered parking, the WWII museum parking structure is just a few minutes walk and is similar-priced to the other lots.
My kids played in the museum (the restaurant and grocery, specifically) for honestly hours. They loved it so much we went back a second time so they could play more. The museum is big enough to have a good amount of variety but not so big that you feel like you are going to loose your kids in excitement or exhibits. Plus they seemed to have some great daily activities. My kiddos wouldn't leave the restaurant tho...laughing. They loved all the local pretend food items. If we stayed longer, they would likely want to go back again!
Our kiddos always love this place! Even our 10 year old found tons to do. They didn't want to leave. Educational and entertaining.
My three year old absolutely loved this museum. We had to drag her out of one place so she could see another. On the other hand, my eleven year old was pretty bored. There were only two exhibits that held her attention for long, the eye clinic and the grocery store. Speaking of the grocery store, only one register out of four worked properly. This was a very popular stop, so it was pretty packed and the kids were frustrated that they couldn't ring up their items and print out a receipt. All in all it was a fun trip, but I probably wouldn't return because my oldest child wasn't as entertained as my youngest.
An obviously well-loved place. Some of the exhibits had seen the tests of years of children's play, but we encountered a number of exhibits unique to the location, such as a gallery on local architecture and city planning and a recreation of the Port of New Orleans. I'd be very happy to see what they do with their new space opening in the fall.