Northeast Louisiana Childrens Museum Monroe

Where is it at?

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Northeast Louisiana Childrens Museum
323 Walnut Street
Tel: 318 361 9611


From I-20, take the Civic Center exit. Go north to Pine Street and turn LEFT. Go to Walnut Street and turn LEFT. Look for the purple building.

Where are we going today?

It's so much fun when you find somewhere that kids can have a really fun time, AND learn without realizing it!

Welcome to the Northeast Louisiana Children's Museum! This fun adventure for kids is FILLED with fun, interactive and hands-on exhibits that allow kids to learn, develop those key senses, and have a great time!

Want to hear some of the fun exhibits? GREAT...because we're excited to tell you!

How about learning all about recycling? A very important thing to learn about! Well, in the Reuseum exhibit kids can use their imagination to create something very special from recycled materials. A great way for them to understand the concept of waste and that it's not all as it seems!

Fancy stepping into a mouth? Not a real one of course! The Big Mouth was actually designed and built by local dentists, and many of them actually carved the teeth out of foam to replicate a real mouth....just much bigger! Step many teeth can you it what you imagined it would be!?

Want to spend some time in a cafe? Not to relax...there is too much playing to be done! The Kids Cafe actually recreates a true to life restaurant where kids can explore the different jobs you can have in a restaurant! Try serving for a while, or get back into the kitchen and become a chef! Maybe they want to wash dishes for a while, or show people to their seats. They can do whatever they like!

Doctor, come quick....Discovery Hospital is calling you! Kids can save lives as a doctor, or a nurse, or even prescribe as a pharmacist. It's all things hospital here, as kids can crawl through the giant heart, or listen to it beat!

Pretty amazing!

Northeast Louisiana Children's Museum is filled with fun things for the kids to explore and learn from - whilst being creative.

That's what we like to hear!


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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$5
  • Children$5

When can we go?

9am - 2pm Tuesday to Friday / 10am - 5pm Saturday

All year round

Teachers corner

At $3 per student and teachers and bus drivers free, why not bring the students down for some learning fun! There is a lunch room available too .

I'm Hungry!

There are plenty of places in the area to grab food before you arrive. Occasionally special events have snacks for the kids!.

Any Top Tips?

Keep an eye out for special events, like Santa's Christmas Village and Summer Play!.

Doing our bit

The museum have developed all of the exhibits to give kids the best educational experience possible. .

Need a little extra help?

If you have special needs, just give them a call to see how they can help.

More information

In June and July every Wednesdays from 9am - 2pm, parents you can drop your kids off and let the kids enjoy a full day at the museum, with snacks and activities provided! Great for 4 to 8 year olds. .

The Weather


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Humidity: 36 %
Wind: N - 9 MPH


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Humidity: 44 %
Wind: SE - 3 MPH


Conditions: Clear
Temp: 82° F / 28° C
Humidity: 43 %
Wind: SSW - 6 MPH

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