Weekdays + Saturdays
11am and 1pm
Let the Louisiana Children’s Museum bring the fun and learning to you! A Museum educator can travel to your classroom with these entertaining and educational lessons. Please note: We require a minimum of two lessons and maximum of six lessons per day. Mileage fees apply for outside a 30 mile radius of Children’s Museum. Available on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; weekends available with prior notice. For bookings, please call (504) 266-2418.
Grades 1st – 4th • Lessons are 20-40 minutes depending on grade level • Maximum of 30 students per lesson • Presentation area must be indoors and provide at least 23-feet of width and height clearance
Step into the center of the Earth! The Earth Balloon is a 22-foot inflatable, portable classroom that gives students an up-close, inside look at earth science, geography and the world we live in.
Students enter at the International Date Line in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and have a seat on Antarctica.
With sufficient notice, lessons can be tailored to fit into your curriculum or highlight specific topics, such as volcanoes or conservation.
Grades PreK – 2nd • Lessons are 20-30 minutes depending on grade level • Each lesson can accommodate up to 30 students
Standing five-feet tall with bright blue hair and a wide friendly grin, Lil’ Stuffee wins the hearts of all children! With Stuffee, students take an entertaining look inside the human body. Using removable plush organs, Museum educators teach kids about the digestive system and healthy habits. *We will be adding the circulatory and respiratory systems in the near future.
Grades 1st – 4th • Lessons are 20-40 minutes depending on grade level • Maximum of 30 students per lesson • Presentation must be indoors and provide at least 23 ft of width and 13 ft of height clearance
Let the LCM bring the stars down to Earth! Without leaving school, students can take to the skies inside an inflatable, portable planetarium standing 11 feet tall and 20 feet wide. LCM offers star-studded STARLAB lessons that explore constellations and Greek Mythology, as well as, Native American, African, and Chinese Legends.