Children’s Worlds Fair

The  New Orleans Children's Museum hosted its Children's Worlds Fair with activities and displays inside and out on Saturday, May 11, 2013. Food, music, games and arts representing various countries around the world gave children a hands on experience with other cultures. Two year old Samuel Hude trys his hand playing a portuguese madolin
The New Orleans Children's Museum hosted its Children's Worlds Fair with activities and displays inside and out on Saturday, May 11, 2013. Food, music, games and arts representing various countries around the world gave children a hands on experience with other cultures. Two year old Samuel Hude trys his hand playing a portuguese madolin

The New Orleans Children’s Museum hosted its Children’s Worlds Fair with activities and displays inside and out Saturday. Food, music, games and arts representing various countries around the world gave children a hands on experience with other cultures. Right, 2-year-old Samuel Hude tries his hand playing a Portuguese mandolin. Below, Lucy Monsted hits a Gaelic football while John Fitzmorris III, dressed as the Irish giant Finn McCool, watches. Gaelic football is a game that is part basketball and part football but older than both sports.