A small little museum that will thrill your younger children (not sure about teens) give it a try on a rainy day!
Went on a rainy day & the place was (understandably) packed, with a waiting list to get in. Is very cute and there's lots to do for kids under 5. Our kids are 6 & 7 and they wanted to leave after about 15 minutes, but the museum would be really great for younger kids.
We saved this attraction for a rainy day on our visit to Hilton Head. It was a great idea, the kids did not want to leave. There were lots of climb-on and interactive exhibits, many ways to release energy. Upstairs was a craft area where there were all kinds of supplies to make anything you could think of, along with... More
Be sure to take your young children to this lovely museum. From the moment you enter, you are in a different world and both you and your child will be charmed.
From the moment we walked in, safe, clean, multitude of activities, great cockpit to experiment with. Kids had a great time. Small place though, so plan accordingly on rainy days. Wonderful staff.
We had the grandkids for a couple of days, and you really need to keep them busy. The Sandbox is just the ticket. For a small fee, you can come and go all day and keep the kids busy and engaged. They have all kinds of activities and interactive displays. The old folks can get a little rest while watching... More
This is a terrific spot for younger children to play and make believe and dress up on a rainy day or just a break from the hot sun and the beach. There is a pirate ship to dress up for and climb on, a building area, areas for tots and for those a bit older, a sand box, a make... More
We took two 3 year olds on a rainy day - early - thank goodness - and had a wonderful time. This is an extremely well done children's play area. By the time we left (at 1:30) they were turning people away.
We went here with our 4 $ 5 year old boys. I would say, this is the sweet spot. Any older and they might be bored. We did arts and crafts for a long time, the younger one played in the flight simulator, play grocery, etc. We took the older one upstairs and played mini shuffle board and jenga. They... More
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