General admission is $14 general for all visitors older than 1 year. Children younger than 1 year of age are admitted free.
All children must be accompanied by a grown-up.
In order to ensure that both grown-ups and children have the best quality museum experience, we require a grown-up to child ratio of at least 1 to 5 when visiting the museum.
At Knock Knock Children’s Museum, our mission is to impact the lives of all children in our community. Reduced admission for eligible families is made possible by the Knock Knock For All Access Fund. The Knock Knock For All Access Fund is supported through the generous contributions of private donors, foundations and grants.
Contingent upon available funding, we will be able to provided qualifying families equal opportunity to experience the museum by offering a $3 reduced admission for Louisiana residents. To qualify visitors should present their Louisiana Purchase EBT card and valid state ID at the visitor services desk to receive the $3 per person, single-day admission for themselves and up to 5 family members.
Please click here to learn more about the Knock Knock For All Access Fund and our mission to bring the joy of play to every child in the nine-parish Capital Region.
Knock Knock Children’s Museum offers special self guide group rates for qualifying non-profit groups (afterschool programs, churches, youth service and community organizations), arrangements must be requested in writing 15 days before scheduled visit and are based on availability. We cannot extend group rates without advanced approval. Group rates are extended to visitors with 15 or more and who adhere to our 5:1 child/adult ratio. Due to our weekend schedule we cannot accommodate group rate tours on Saturday and Sundays. Please contact Director of Learning Innovation, Lucy Perera at email@example.com to schedule.
Safe Space Policy
Knock Knock Children’s Museum strives to ignite curiosity, encourage life-long learning, and provide a creative, healthy, hands-on environment for all families in our community. It is our responsibility to foster a culture of inclusion that promotes mutual respect, celebrates diversity, and facilitates authentic intercultural exploration and collaboration. We commit to making our facilities and programs accessible and safe for all members of our community, regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, faith, sexual orientation, gender identity, and range of abilities.
The museum reserves the right to refuse service to, or revoke access from any patron(s) threatening this safe, inclusive environment. Behavior warranting such consequences includes, but is not limited to, verbal or physical harassment of another patron or staff member, attempted theft or vandalism, or being under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The Knock Knock Children’s Museum holds its mission values above all else and will pursue all avenues necessary to ensure the provision of a healthy, safe place for all children and their caregivers to learn and explore.