Family Workshops

The Museum offers family workshops throughout the year to encourage kids and their families to explore the life and lessons of WWII. They are designed as fun and educational for children aged 8-12 and their parents or guardians. Get ready for hands-on exploration of artifacts, arts-and-crafts activities, teamwork exercises, and physical and mental challenges.

Boy at a family workshop at The National WWII Museum

The Museum offers family workshops throughout the year to encourage kids and their families to explore the life and lessons of WWII. They are designed as fun and educational for children aged 8-12 and their parents or guardians. Get ready for hands-on exploration of artifacts, arts-and-crafts activities, teamwork exercises, and physical and mental challenges.

One adult per three children is required. Registration in advance is required and space is limited. Cost is $10 per child, free for Museum members. Regular Museum admission applies for families who wish to spend the day at the Museum. Discount for attendees available on-site.

Please call 504-528-1944 x425 for more information or to register.