It’s a Tuesday morning, and I am riding in the back of an ambulance. Usually this is not how anyone would want to spend their morning, but my ambulance driver is taking good care of me. His tiny hands grip the steering wheel, and his eyes light up with every turn of a knob or push of a button. The ride thankfully comes to an end, and we hop out ready for our next adventure inside the Northeast Louisiana Children’s Museum.
This is our favorite place, and it is Davis and Dad Day at the Museum.
Investing in a family membership was one of the best purchases we have ever made. It grants us as a family of four yearlong access to the museum and all its hands-on exhibits for an entire year. The activities are perfect for little folks, and there is a world of wonder to engage little minds throughout the building. After our tumultuous ambulance ride, we headed over to the Café for a bite to eat. Davis was both my server, cook, and cashier. The food had a plastic texture to it, but the service and the conversation were excellent. Although I am pretty sure I was price gouged while paying my “twenty hundred dollars” lunch bill at the register.
No matter the ages of your children, there is something for everyone at the museum. We made giant bubbles, brushed oversized teeth inside a giant mouth, extracted organs, and I got to watch an exclusive puppet and light show. If you need a place to get your kids out and engaged for the day, bring them to the museum! If you are not careful, you may find that you had more fun than they did.