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Knock Knock Children’s Museum offering two free days over the holidays
Knock Knock Children’s Museum will open its doors to all visitors free of charge for just two days over the next five weeks. Read more here.
Children can cast their vote at Knock Knock Children’s Museum on Voting Tuesday
Knock Knock Children’s Museum explores civic engagement and the democratic process in celebration of election day. Read more here.
Knock Knock Children’s Museum celebrates its 1st birthday
Knock Knock Children’s Museum celebrates its first 12 months of operation with a community-wide 1st birthday party. Read more here.
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Knock Knock Children’s Museum closes on $14M capital campaign
Knock Knock Children’s Museum has officially closed on its $14 million capital campaign, museum officials confirmed Tuesday, reaching its fundraising goal just before the museum celebrates its one-year anniversary. Read more here.
Knock Knock Children’s Museum boasts 200K visitors in first year open; here’s what fueled its success
The number of visitors to Knock Knock Children’s Museum during its first year could fill Tiger Stadium two times over, shattering expectations and putting the museum on pace as one of Baton Rouge’s most-visited attractions. Read more here.
All 6,000 ducks adopted for inaugural Duck Derby to benefit Knock Knock Museum
It was a sea of ducks and creativity at City Park and it was all in the name of helping a good cause. Watch more here.
Baton Rouge woman selected as Volunteer Louisiana Champion of Service
Volunteer Louisiana has chosen Knock Knock Volunteer, Lois Rector, of Baton Rouge, as one of its nine 2018 Champions of Service. Read more here.