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The Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry is a non-profit organization whose mission is to engage young children’s potential by inviting families of all backgrounds to explore environments and experiences that spark imagination and stimulate curiosity...more
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We have a family pass, and my 2 year old son loves going. On January 4, my son was bullied by kids ages 4-8 from two separate families, both there together. My son wanted to play with them outside near the fire truck, since the...More
We were traveling through Charlotte with our toddler. This museum was a great stop! For older kids it may be boring with in an hour, but for my toddler the art room, water room, pirate ship, and grocery store were very entertaining. We easily stayed...More
We visited the museum for about an hour during our recent trip to Charleston. There were three adults and my six year old granddaughter. The admission for non-members came to about $90, which we considered extremely high from the second we entered the museum. We...More
Playground has different spaces for kids of different ages and they can have lots of fun!
they have things to construct with big and small blocks, water area, a big boat, a mini supermarket, area for coloring, outside area and under 3 years old small...More
My grandchildren love this place. They can use their imagination to be a knight in shining armor, a captain on a ship, shop in a grocery store paint and make crafts along with many other areas to play. I was impressed.
We started bringing our granddaughter at age two and she loves to play here, She particularly loves the water room and the grocery store. It is definitely worth it to buy a membership if you think you would come more than once.
Today we celebrated...More
We went with a 6 year old and a 22 month old. The 22 month old wanted to run around most of the time. The 6 year old got something out of it for the 2 hours we were there. He actually did things. The 22 month old was kept... More
We went with a 6 year old and a 22 month old. The 22 month old wanted to run around most of the time. The 6 year old got something out of it for the 2 hours we were there. He actually did things. The 22 month old was kept occupied, but he would have been just as happy if we had gone to a park. If you only have the 15 month old, I would not recommend this museum. His attention span probably won't keep him at one activity very long and at that age there are cheaper things for him to do. The Charleston Library has a very nice children's reading area and is free. For an outside area, take a stroller ride down to the wharf area.
In my opinion, it is geared towards younger kids. I went with three last year - ages 9, 8 & 6. The 6 year old loved it. The 8 year old was mildly interested. The 9 year old, not so much. Most things were below his height... More
In my opinion, it is geared towards younger kids. I went with three last year - ages 9, 8 & 6. The 6 year old loved it. The 8 year old was mildly interested. The 9 year old, not so much. Most things were below his height (but I will note he acts a little older than his age at certain places.) I didn't see anything that would interested a 12+ year old child.