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Louisiana Art And Science Museum

100 South River Road


LASM envisions a community of lifelong learners who are inspired by art and science.


Louisiana Art & Science Museum seeks to enhance the understanding and appreciation of art and science for general audiences and students by presenting unique, educational and entertaining experiences that encourage discovery, inspire creativity and foster the pursuit of knowledge.


Mary Beth Fatherree

Wednesday, April 25, 2018
I went here today on a field trip with my first grade child. The staff was so welcoming and organized from the beginning. They were ready and waiting for us. More than one school showed up for a field trip on the same day. But we were never crowded or rushed through because they split us up and smaller group good. The lady who narrated the planetarium was incredible. She was so great with the kids. Children were everywhere and the staff was always patient and kind. The children learned so much while they were there... My son is especially interested in space and dinosaurs so he was thrilled. Just can't say how impressed I was because the staff was incredible. I even told them several times how great they were. Best school field trip I've been to in a while.

Oris & Tonya Williams

Saturday, July 7, 2018
Our kids had such a great time at the Red Stick STEM Event today! It was fun, interactive and educational! We look forward to more STEM Events in the future.

Heidi Eschete

Saturday, June 9, 2018
Very boring. Nothing about this place was exciting. Pricey for barely nothing.


Thursday, March 1, 2018
Curator, you need to learn some good manners and return a call when someone leaves a message for you. Perhaps you feel that you are too good to do so!

Ryan Wockenfuss

Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017
There were some cool elements, like the charcoal drawings currently on display. The planetarium, which we were not even planning on going in was the best part. Really cool interactive pieces. If I had done a little more research and realized it was mainly for children (there is a cool kid's zone and some other interactive things that, while adults could definitely take part in, it is designed for kids), I probably would have crossed it of our list. And considering it had the highest entrance fee ($9) of anything we did, I definitely would recommend seeing one of the other art museums instead. I was also surprised at how small it is. We walked through it in less than an hour. If you have kids, then maybe check it out. Otherwise, time and money could be spent better elsewhere.

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