Louisiana Children’s Museum’s Collection of learning resources, environments and enrichment programs.
Special Monthly Programming
Black History Month
We believe that the experiences, histories, and stories of Black people should be integrated in all that we do each day. We also understand the significance of Black History Month and plan to highlight these accomplishments in our programming, our libraries, and our special events during the month of February. We will have highlights of contributions in each of our galleries and have invited special guest readers, speakers, and local culture bearers to join us for this special month. More details to come!
Wall of Fame
Come visit our Wall of Fame, which features 30 influential Black Mark Makers from Louisiana, including Irma Thomas, who is also prominently featured in our Jammin’ House and Terrance Osborne, the designer of the Shotgun House in our Make Your Mark Gallery. We also feature many other talents who have made their marks on our city, our state, and all over the world.
Lunar New Year
On February 1st, we will celebrate Lunar New Year! This is the year of the tiger, the king of the jungle, who represents bravery and strength. In which ways will you show your courage this year? Come tell us at our Lunar New Year interactive art activity, which will be set up in Studio in the Park in the days leading up to the new year.
Mardi Gras Indian Presentation
On Saturday, February 5th at 11 a.m., join us in our Talk and Play Center for a special presentation by Mardi Gras Indian Big Chief of the Mohawk Hunters Mr. Tyrone Casby.
Reading of Praline Lady
On Saturday, February 19th at 11 a.m., join us in our Talk and Play Center for a special reading of Praline Lady by guest author Kirstie Myvett.
Check our Health & Safety page for our current COVID policies. All programming is complimentary for LCM Members and included in general admission unless otherwise noted. Please reserve your advance timed-entry tickets at lcm.org.
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!