Knock Knock REMAINS CLOSED as we review and assess the Governor’s Phase 3 Guidelines.
Governor John Bel Edwards recently announced Louisiana will move into Phase 3 Re-Opening. While this is encouraging, Knock Knock will continue to remain closed for the immediate future. We are cautiously optimistic Knock Knock will be able to open our 18 Learning Zones for hands-on, imaginative play, but we will not rush into that decision. Once we review all the information available, including the Governor’s Phase 3 Re-Opening Guidelines, we will make an informed decision and announce our re-opening plans.
Today and always, Knock Knock Children’s Museum is committed to providing a safe, respectful, and inclusive environment for all children and families. We strive to provide a setting where children feel empowered to play, create, and explore without the limitations of intolerance.
Knock Knock denounces any form of violence and racism, and proudly stands with those working to achieve equity and justice.
We echo the statements made by the Association of Children’s Museums and reaffirm our commitment to Knock Knock being a community spark of learning for all.
Explore 18 learning zones designed for children 0-8 at Louisiana Association of Museums' 2018 "Louisiana Museum of the Year."
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