Louisiana Children's Museum, New Orleans
About Louisiana Children's Museum, New Orleans
Louisiana Children's Museum, New Orleans - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 420 Julia St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Ticket Price: 9 USD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:30 am - 04:30 pm Details
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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 Information
- Adults must accompany children under 16 years.
Louisiana Children's Museum Ticket Prices
- 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 by Public Transport
- St. Peter’s at Julia bus stop
- Magazine at Julia bus stop
- Julia Tram station
Restaurants Near Louisiana Children's Museum
- Bittersweet Confections
- Carmo Cafe
- Peche Seafood grill
- Uncle Mister Collins
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Louisiana Children's Museum, New Orleans Reviews - Write a Review
Good source of amusement for young kids. A few drawbacks include: no on-site restaurant or cafe so you have to dine somewhere nearby if your child gets hungry. They do have vending machines inside though. Also, no on-site parking but you can park at the lot next door for only $5. Overall your child will likely have a great time here. If your child is very active, they may not enjoy it as much because it's more of a calmer setting.
Nostalgia. Looks very similar to when I was a kid, which can be good and bad. That said, there are tons of experiential activities for kids of all ages to enjoy, and they are building a new museum shortly. Gotta make your groceries!
We are members of The Children's Museum in Indianapolis which is the largest in the country. So I am always skeptical of other children's museums because they usually disappoint our kids. Not the Louisiana Children's Museum! That being said, the word museum is not quite right. It is more of a giant indoor play area. We spent about 3 hours there with our 4 kids ages 1, 3, 5, & 6. The second floor is a lot of fun and if you are pressed for time I would start there. My only complaint is if you have a crawler....the floors are filthy. We stopped to wipe our youngest's hands and knees all the time.
Great place for kids of all ages to enjoy. A big variety of different areas and things for children to play with
A great place to take your little one because there is a wide range of play spaces and activities for all ages. The second floor was fantastic for my toddler who loved cooking, shopping for groceries, and driving boats and streetcars. Be sure to bring plenty of your own food/snacks -- they only have vending machines and do not offer anything substantial beyond that.
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