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Children's Museum Of The Lowcountry


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This interactive children's museums offers children ages three months to 12 years and their families the chance to cast nets and count the catch, steer the boat through stormy waters, cook dinner and hear the sounds of ocean life on a 30-foot Shrimping Trawler ?the only thing missing is the smell of that salty sea air. Across the way, switch eras completely and check out life as a medieval duke or duchess at Castle Stories, where you can dress up in medieval costumes, put on a puppet show or explore the shadow wall! Toddlers age three and younger can twist and turn and slide through the tunnels in the Totally Toddler area. Kids can create, make and take home projects of their imagination in Creativity Castle, aka The Art Room, where three different themed activities are featured each week, or paint Dreyfus the dragon.


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