Louisiana Children’s Museum’s Collection of learning resources, environments and enrichment programs.
Special Monthly Programming
Every Wednesday – Water Wednesdays!
Join us for Water Wednesdays throughout the month of July! Let’s try to beat the heat on Wednesdays with Splash and Play activities! For the tots, we will have Splish Splash at 10:00 at our runnel near the Edible Garden. At 11:00, we will have Water Play for our guests 4 and over.
Fourth of July Weekend
Wear your favorite red, white, and blue attire and join us to celebrate American Independence Day on Saturday, July 2nd and Sunday July 3rd. All weekend, you can enjoy a fun, collaborative Stars and Stripes art project in our Studio in the Park. On Saturday at 10am, our tots will enjoy red, white, and blue fingerpainting activities in our Play With Me gallery. On Sunday, all guests are invited to our Little Firecrackers Wiggle Party at 1:00pm.
Saturday, July 9th at 11:00am
This month’s Community Kindness Project book is Ruby Finds a Worry by Tom Percival. We will learn how the main character Ruby handles a worry that she is having, and we’ll think of ways that we can handle worries when they come our way. Story time is at 11am in our Talk and Play Center.
Thursday, July 14th at 11:00am
Joyeux quatorze juillet! Bastille Day is Thursday, July 14th. Join us at 11:00 in the Atrium to read about Paris, France, taste some yummy French snacks, and learn new French words and songs, or share your French language and culture with us.
All programming is complimentary for LCM Members and included in general admission unless otherwise noted. Advance timed-entry tickets are required for all guests, LCM Members and non members. Please reserve your advance timed-entry tickets on our tickets page.
Check out LCM’s Camps which are full of learning adventures and hands-on fun for children ages 4 – 8 years old.
Mental Health Resources
We’ve created a new way for you to connect at home. We’ve created a curated collection of mental health resources designed to help you strengthen your relationship with your child and find ways to navigate parenting.
Connections At Home
Connections At Home is a video tutorial series that relies on a child’s natural curiosity as a springboard for ages birth to eight
Being Good Enough
Being a “perfect parent” is an impossible task to accomplish even in the best of circumstances, let alone during a pandemic. Be kind to yourself!