Where is the museum located?

Knock Knock Children’s Museum is located in BREC’s City-Brooks Community Park, along the I-10 and Dalrymple Drive in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Just look for the Knock Knock sign on Dalrymple Drive!

When are you going to open?

We are excited that construction is nearing completion atop Knock Knock Hill in BREC’s City-Brooks Community Park and can’t wait to open our doors! The specific opening date is still to be determined based on the progression of the construction schedule. Follow us on Facebook or visit our homepage to stay updated about construction progress and the anticipated opening date.

How can I make a donation to Knock Knock? Is it tax deductible?

Your support of Knock Knock can take many forms. Knock Knock is a 501(c)(3)nonprofit organization and all donations are tax deductible. Donations to Knock Knock can be made by credit card through our Donate Now page and through our Facebook Donation Page.

For more information regarding a gift of stock/securities or Learning Zone sponsorship, please contact Melissa A. Bell at 225-388-3090 or MBell@KnockKnockMuseum.org.

Donations by check can be mailed to:
  Attn: Melissa Bell
  Project Director
  Knock Knock Children’s Museum
  2561 Citiplace Court, #750-260
  Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70808

What is unique about a children’s museum?

Children’s museums provide exhibits, educational programs and special events to inspire informal learning through play. While traditional museums typically have a “look, but don’t touch” policy, Knock Knock features interactive learning zones (exhibits) that are designed to be manipulated by children.

What is a Learning Zone?

Knock Knock’s Learning Zones (exhibits) are informal interactive learning environments which provide “teachable moments” that connect children’s every day experiences with hands-on learning through play.

Who will Knock Knock serve?

Knock Knock Children’s Museum is designed for children, birth to age 8, and their families.

How can my classroom schedule a field trip?

Knock Knock is excited to offer field trip opportunities to classroom teachers and special groups looking to discover learning through play at Knock Knock. Policies, plans and schedules are now being discussed. Announcements with additional details regarding group fieldtrips will be forthcoming spring 2017.

What is the plan for accessibility in the museum?

Knock Knock is a place for children of all abilities to play, explore, and be themselves. Our museum will comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in our public spaces and learning zones.

I am interested in becoming a volunteer at Knock Knock. How can I help?

Knock Knock volunteers are the heart of our organization and a vital part of our learning framework and ongoing operations. As we move closer to our Grand Opening, we will be seeking many talents for key volunteer roles within the children’s museum and community outreach programs.

Please complete a volunteer inquiry form and submit. A Knock Knock team member will contact you when a volunteer opportunity is available.

I am interested in employment opportunities. How can I submit a resumé?

We are presently working to identify staffing needs to sustain our ongoing business operations. Open positions are posted on Knock Knock’s About Us - Join Our Team web page. To view all open positions click here.

I am interested in discussing a community partnership opportunity.

Knock Knock is pleased to partner with many businesses and organizations throughout our community to advance early childhood education. To contact a Knock Knock team member, please send information about your organization, event and/or particular partnership interests to Melissa A. Bell at MBell@KnockKnockMuseum.org.