Kids learn about their world through play, and the Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry supports the development of children with many fun, interactive spaces, where kids can explore, get hands-on, and play to their hearts’ content. This Charleston property has rooms designed to delight the senses of children from birth through elementary school. Books, climbing equipment, and slides are available in the infant and toddler playspace for little kids from birth to about age three.
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The Art Room has all the supplies needed for kids to create a masterpiece. There is a painting station, an area where recyclable materials can be transformed into artistic creations, and a sensory area for kids to explore different textures and moldable materials like play dough and moon sand. The Kids’ Garden has herbs, strawberries, grapes, and more growing and ready to be picked, tasted, or taken back to Charleston homes. Kids can also pump water and get involved in building with blocks. The pirate ship is the place to go to dress up like a real pirate, learn to tie knots, and see a map of the Charleston harbor from 1695.
Plan a visit to the Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry. It’s open Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. and closed Mondays. Admission is $10 for South Carolina residents over a year old. If you want to visit this Charleston property often, consider a membership to get free admission for a year.