T.R.E.E House Children's Museum

1403 Third Street
Alexandria, LA 71301


Mission Statement:
The mission of T.R.E.E. House is to provide our children an environment, which can cultivate and enrich the soil for lifelong learning.

Our goal is to provide hands-on exhibits and innovative programs in order to meet the following objectives:

Education: To serve as a model of authentic learning regarding math, science, social studies, and the humanities which through sensory application ultimately fosters feelings of confidence and adequacy.

Family: Offer families a chance to experience the joy of learning together in a wholesome environment and providing parents with the feeling that they are also contributing to the education of their children.

Discovery: Recognize the value of self-discovery learning and providing exhibits that will stimulate curiosity and motivate learning.

Public Dimension: To serve as a reference resource for other organizations, to build partnerships with the sole purpose of life within our community.

About Us:
T.R.E.E. House is a unique educational and cultural resource that represents the community's interest and investment in our children and their childhood. The museum provides playful learning experiences and environments where children (4-12 years), families, schools and community groups discover and explore their world through hands-on, exhibits and programs. The mission statement succinctly summarizes the Museum's commitment to the education of young children: Planting the seeds of learning.

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