The National WWII Museum offers a wide variety of family activities in New Orleans that inform, educate, and entertain. If you're looking for kids’ activities enjoyable for the whole family, you can't beat what the Museum has to offer. Our facility is ranked #4 in the country and #11 in the world by TripAdvisor, and we are also ranked #1 among family attractions in the city. Here are just a few of our offerings.
Family Overnight at The National WWII Museum
All families with children aged 7–12 are invited to join us for an exciting overnight pajama party at the Museum.
Girl Scout, Boy Scout, and Cub Scout Days
Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Cub Scouts can enter the Museum at a reduced cost and have access to a variety of exciting activities on certain days throughout the year.
The Victory Corps is The National WWII Museum’s newest volunteering opportunity, seeking middle and high school students, ages 13–17, with a passion for history and learning.
We offer an array of summer camp opportunities for kids. Using the history of World War II as a jumping-off point, campers have the chance to engage in fun, creative activities that will ignite their imaginations!