The Northeast Louisiana Children's Museum, located at the Ouachita River in Downtown Monroe, provides an avenue for learning that kids will enjoy. Open on Tuesday to Saturday, this museum is a place for educational activities that combine learning and fun.
The Northeast Louisiana Children's Museum has permanent exhibits in different parts of the place. The Kids' Cafe, for example, houses children for a time of healthy meals with an environment that showcases various jobs that can be found in a restaurant. In this way kids will get a glimpse of how it is to wash dishes, to serve food, or even in being a chef.
For kids to learn about hospital-related information, the Health Hall recreates this environment for them to try stuffs like listening to a patient's heart. For more fun, kids are given a chance to play with bubbles at the Bubbleworks area in the Northeast Louisiana Children's Museum.
Parents can plan educational yet fun experiences for their children with the Northeast Louisiana Children's Museum. With just three dollars per student, kids get to experience all the permanent exhibits. Adding up just a dollar per child would entitle him or her with one of the three add ons - Storytime, Stuffee, Slime.
Storytime allows kids to listen to stories and songs that are delivered with so much fun and enthusiasm. Stuffee, a 9-foot sculptured doll with removable organs, is also one of the highlights of the museum. Sponsored by the Ouachita Medical Alliance Society, Stuffee is a doll whom kids can learn about internal organs. Slime presents the science of goocy concoction.
All these experiences can be grabbed by kids anytime in the year. For families that are interested with the museum's offerings, the museum offers Family Membership Month giving families a quality time at the venue.
The museum is open for birthday parties for kids as well creating a party feel in a learning environment.
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