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Childrens Museum of South Carolina Myrtle Beach

Where is it at?

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Childrens Museum of South Carolina
2501 North Kings Highway
Myrtle Beach
SC
29577
Tel: 843 946 9469

Where are we going today?

The Children's Museum of South Carolina is a great discovery center filled with hands-on interactive fun for kids of all ages. Exhibits will immerse children in exciting experiences, including the Kidz Medical Center, Doctor Molar's Dental Office, Learn to Drive VW, Bubble Mania, It's Electric, USS Kids-A-Float, Magic School Bus, Gem Mining and Hurricane Simulator.

The new Sea Turtles Dig The Dark exhibit gives you the opportunity to study these gentle giants and dig through a sand dune to discover the turtle eggs!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$8
  • Children$8
  • Free Under: 12 months.
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

June through August Monday to Saturday 9am to 4pm, Sunday 12noon to 5pm. September through May Tuesd

Teachers corner

Field trip and group rates are available. We also have OUTREACH programs, let the Museum come to you!.

I'm Hungry!

Our gift shop sells snack items and drinks to customers, however no food or drinks are permitted in the exhibit areas..

Any Top Tips?

No need for a stroller, come in and let your kids explore, crawling or walking!.

Need a little extra help?

Wheelchair Access is available!.

Can I get one of those?

Many gift shop items are priced below $5 to meet a child's small budget!.

What people are saying?

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    On a whim I decided to take my 2 year old son to the museum for some fun. On first arriving I was greeted immediately and we whisked off for lots of fun. I couldn't believe how many activities there for my Jackson to play. We even painted our own ceiling tile for the museum to display. This was a wonderful chances for me and Jackson to have bonding time.
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    Bring drinks and wet wipes since a lot of activities are messy.

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    Don't go here. It really was an overpiced day care. Save the money and go somewhere else. 9 dollars per person to blow bubbles and color on paper is a rip off. My 7 year old was bored the moment we got there. She asked to leave within 5 minutes of being there. You have been warned.

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    I've lived in Myrtle Beach for almost 13 years and have 5 kids. All those years, we've visited the Children's Museum and we have been members on and off, depending on what else was going on in our lives. We still visit often as our youngest is 7. We love the staff, the programs and the exhibits. Elfworks was an awesome addition this holiday season! Great for a morning or afternoon play date.

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    Extremely disapointing. We plan vacations near places with childrens museums and have seen many. Just like prior reviews this place is like a kids day care but the random displays and low educational value and lack of real hands on display makes me feel ripped off and we went for free! Kids can learn more from reading curious george rides a bike. The person that said this place was great must work there or have some biasesness or agenda because to say this 3 room "museum" (still can't believe they refer to this place with that word) is anything...Read More

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    You have to be kidding me, this is a museum? Go to McWayne Center in Birmingham to see a hands on childrens museum. We found informaiton on this at the hotel and online when we arrived in Myrtle Beach. Upon arrival, there was some question in our mind as to the quality versus size ratio standing outside. Now that we have been there, I would have to say that the quality versus price ratio is certainly way off base. This was not worth the time and money invested for us.

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Extremely disapointing. We plan vacations near places with childrens museums and have seen many. Just like prior reviews this place is like a kids day care but the random displays and low educational value and lack of real hands on display makes me feel ripped off and we went for free! Kids can learn more from reading curious george rides a bike. The person that said this place was great must work there or have some biasesness or agenda because to say this 3 room "museum" (still can't believe they refer to this place with that word) is anything but a waste of time is a misrepresentation of the truth.

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