Museums
Explore the world of art, science, and history by visiting a museum in Louisiana. Museum trips can make your lessons come alive and can offer a fun way to spend the day learning.
Art Museums
Louisiana Children's Museum
Making learning fun for children, the Louisiana Children's Museum in New Orleans offers 30,000 square feet of hands-on fun, engaging exhibits and exciting programs - all designed with curious kids (and grown-ups) in mind. Pilot a towboat down the Mighty Mississippi. Shop until you drop in a pint-size grocery store. Dine in a five-star, role-play café. Ride a bike with Mr. Bones. Lift 500 pounds. Hoist yourself up a wall. Trap your shadow. Anchor the evening news. Stand inside a gigantic bubble. Create a masterful work of art and much more! Even little ones have a special space to climb, crawl, hide and explore.
Contemporary Arts Center of New Orleans
The CAC is a multi-disciplinary arts center, featuring art exhibits and performing arts events.
Musée Conti Wax Museum
The WAX tells the fascinating story of New Orleans from her founding to the present day. Experience more than 300 years of history, legend and scandal with the 154 life-size figures displayed in historically accurate settings, plus a haunted dungeon!!
Children's Museums
Association of Children's Museums
The Association of Children’s Museums (ACM) is a professional member service organization for the children’s museum field. ACM is the only organization representing museums and professionals dedicated to early childhood play, the starting point in the continuum of lifelong learning. The Association promotes the impact children’s museums have in preparing children for school, building 21st century skills and nurturing a love for lifelong learning.
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