On Thursday, Oct. 27th I took my boys to the Knock Knock! Boo’s There? at Knock Knock Children’s Museum. It turned out to be fun Halloween-themed party and adventure for the whole family; and the decorations were on point, prefect for photo ops.
Knock Knock! Boo’s There?
Each area had a different Halloween surprise; there was so much to do, we didn’t get to everything. The usual centers were also open and ready for the children to learn through play.
As we walked around the museum, there were treat stations so the kids could trick or treat as they made their way through activities. They gave out popits and other fun surprises.
Jack did a science experiment in the kitchen area while Jacob cooked up some delicious Halloween foods. The kitchen was decorated so festively and included Halloween menus.
In the Art Garden, the children decorated their very own pumpkins exactly how they wanted. It was hilarious and heart-warming.
The dry ice bubbles were definitely a highlight. Who doesn’t love bubbles?!? We spent a significant amount of time with the bubbles. I may, or may not have, popped a few of my own.
One of my absolute favorite areas was a fortune-telling station. Jack’s card reminded him that we can create our own happiness.
There was a pumpkin village area too but I’m not sure we’ve reached the independent scissor stage yet.
SPOOK-TACULAR ACTIVITIES THROUGHOUT THE MUSEUM INCLUDED:
Art Garden – Pumpkin Painting
Big Back Yard – Bubble and Fog fun for an eerie good time
Crawbaby – Love Your Little Monster
Paws And Claws – Animal Costume Contest
Bubble Playground – Ooey Gooey Smokey Bubbles with Knock Knock’s Mad Scientist
I See Food Cafe – Magical Potions 101 with Julia the Good Witch
Trick or Treating in select Learning Zones
Closing Costume Parade
Overall, a fun time was had by all. We highly recommend this Halloween celebration!
Melanie is a wife, mom, daughter, and friend who loves adventures with her two sons. Originally from Mississippi but fell in love with Louisiana over a decade ago. This was the first place she felt that everyone was able to express themselves artistically.
Melanie enjoys photography, watercolor painting, and creating from nature. Nothing makes her happier than a family cuddle and planning for future adventures.