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    My children LOVE this place. The little grocery store and restaurant are their favorite spots and spend the majority of their time in them. There is a daily art activity in the art room and really neat interactive areas. I also appreciate that there is a place to eat snacks and/or lunch. It is definitely our go to place on cold/rainy days.

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    Absolutely filthy and disgusting. Not clean, not maintained, and what exhibits that didn’t look like they were falling apart were either policed by the staff to a ridiculous degree or being cleaned when kids could be playing. Really? you have to close up the few working exhibits during your opening hours to clean them? I saw bugs and all sorts of filth, and a staff that in its entirety could not have been less interested in the building around them or doing their jobs. Next time I’ll visit a much classier place.

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    Overcrowded! There were about five bus loads of kids that swarmed the place about half an hour after opening. Pushing, bumping, waiting for turns to be cut off. Our daughter is four and son is three so we stayed in the small child, infant area for most of the time. One of the chaperones with the large group set off the fire alarm by smoking in the restroom so we spent a good part of our visit lined up outside in the heat inhaling the running bus fumes and more cigarette smoke with a couple hundred other children. We have taken our kids to children museums all over the country. This is a very big place with lots to do and explore for children. Just a shame it was so uncoordinated. There weren’t many, if any, staff aroung to direct or assist in the interaction. No one was instructing the children anywhere. I guess they just open their doors let kids run wild and collect their paychecks. The place should have been reserved for all those bus loads of kids on one day. It wasn’t fair to the paying public.

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    I took my 2 year old daughter here one day after we moved to Louisiana she had so much fun she was able to play with other children and learn new things. I couldn’t get her out of the restaurant she loves to cook. It is worth the money and the time.

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    This is a fun place to take your kids if you are in the downtown New Orleans area. Admission is very reasonably priced at $8 and your kids will find all kinds of fun activities. I would say my favorite is the bubble blowing station where kids can blow giant bubbles around themselves. They also have a miniature maze that they can crawl through and a replica of a grocery store where the kids can pretend like they are shopping. The museum is also located in the warehouse district which is full of restaurants and art galleries for adults looking to have their own fun. Insider Tip: Although they have meters, street parking can sometimes be a challenge. Be prepared to park in a paid lot or a few blocks away. The Children’s Museum does not have its own parking lot