Childrens Museum Of The Low Country

★★★★☆
Closed Mondays and most federal holidays. please check the museum website for specific dates Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm Sunday 1-5pm
  • 25 Ann St

    Charleston, SC 29403

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  • 843-853-8962

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Small museum downtown. Caters to the younger crown 8 and under. Great play areas for each age group. Super birthday partie packages available. The older children might get a bit bored, quicker than the younger ones.

PROS: Nice Clean Place
CONS: Doesn't hold the older childs attention well.

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Small museum downtown. Caters to the younger crown 8 and under. Great play areas for each age group. Super birthday partie packages available. The older children might get a bit bored, quicker than the younger ones.

PROS: Nice Clean Place
CONS: Doesn't hold the older childs attention well.

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The Children's Museum on Ann Street is in Historic Charleston. It is very small but has very fun activities for the preschool age. My son is 7 and he's really too big for most everything now. The kids can do arts and crafts or play in a castle or shrimp boat or with water and balls. It's REALLY fun for the little ones but the older ones will bore quickly. Also, it is expensive unless you get a membership. It is a very small museum and everything can be done in 45 min or an hour tops. Parking is a pain as it is street parking in downtown. Parking downtown can run a few dollars in a parking garage or couple of dollars on a meter really quickly so keep that in mind when preparing to visit.

PROS: Fun for the little ones.
CONS: very small

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The Children's Museum on Ann Street is in Historic Charleston. It is very small but has very fun activities for the preschool age. My son is 7 and he's really too big for most everything now. The kids can do arts and crafts or play in a castle or shrimp boat or with water and balls. It's REALLY fun for the little ones but the older ones will bore quickly. Also, it is expensive unless you get a membership. It is a very small museum and everything can be done in 45 min or an hour tops. Parking is a pain as it is street parking in downtown. Parking downtown can run a few dollars in a parking garage or couple of dollars on a meter really quickly so keep that in mind when preparing to visit.

PROS: Fun for the little ones.
CONS: very small

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this is an attraction located in historical downtown charleston. Have many different exhibits such as the make believe room with costumes, water room, ball room, lego room, ship room and crafts room. Also offers free admission night for children and their families once in a while. offers sovenirs and food and drinks!

PROS: Great fun!
CONS: None!

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this is an attraction located in historical downtown charleston. Have many different exhibits such as the make believe room with costumes, water room, ball room, lego room, ship room and crafts room. Also offers free admission night for children and their families once in a while. offers sovenirs and food and drinks!

PROS: Great fun!
CONS: None!

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The Children??s Museum of the Lowcountry (CML) is Charleston??s first hands-on learning environment designed just for children ages 3 months to 10 years and their families. Explore the museum??s eight interactive exhibits, ranging from a full-scale shrimp boat to an area just for infants and toddlers. CML is the perfect family destination??many parents seize the opportunity to be a kid again and discover the exhibits with their child(ren).



Special programs and classes are offered weekly, and memberships are available. If your family visits the Charleston area several times a year, consider purchasing the Museum's Voyager Membership, which allows unlimited access to CML and more than 150 museums around the country.

 

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