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Northeast Louisiana Children's Museum

323 Walnut Street

Northeast Louisiana Children's Museum is a hands-on, interactive museum for children of all ages. Permanent exhibits include the Firehouse (a replica of a Firehouse with a pole), Health Hall (be a paramedic, listen to your heart), Toddlertown (cool, whimsical area for those under 4), Kids' Cafe (be a server, cashier, chef), Bubbleworks (a giant bubble!) and The Big Mouth (walk in and explore)! Great traveling exhibits from across the U.S. are featured throughout the year, too. From mid-November to Christmas, the museum transforms to Santa’s Christmas Village with ice skating, holiday crafts, storytime with Mrs. Claus, the Peppermint Post Office, and visits with Santa. Party packages are available, and a gift shop is on the premises. It's where learning is fun!


Sarah Coody

Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Such a neat place to take the kids. They had a blast and could have played there all day

lee sinnott

Friday, Nov. 17, 2017
My son who has just turned 6 LOVES this place!! We come in town from North Carolina 2-4 times a year and he absolutely loves the museum. He has been coming since he was age 2! His favorite thing to do is the cafe. His other favorite is the Christmas time exhibits! Last yr was the very 1st time he ACTUALLY SPOKE TO SANTA!! He's been a bit wary till then. The absolute wonder and joy in his eyes was so beautiful and priceless. We both love going and look forward to it every time we get to return to my hometown of Monroe.

Brittany Brinson

Saturday, April 7, 2018
I think it's over priced for how small the place is. But the kids have fun so we go on the days where the first 100 people are free lol. Kohls sponsors sometimes just have to Check their Facebook every know and then. I highly recommend going around Christmas time! Lots more fun festive activities for the kids and Santa comes!

Nichole Wade

Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018
this place was amazing. my two young kids had a lot of fun and there are so many different things for them to do. it is a little run down on the inside but still very fun and eye catching for even the little little ones

Phillip Simmons

Sunday, March 11, 2018
Cool place for little ones. Could definitely use an update in regard to the cost of entry.

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