- Open since 2003 in what was once part of Charleston's 19th Century railroad station complex, it now serves as a magnet to curious children ages 3 months to 12 years (and adults who accompany them) to "explore, play, discover, learn and create." With eight interactive exhibits, the museum's aim is to develop a child's thinking, motor and problem solving skills. There is also a special area for infants and toddlers. Children's classes include science, nature, cooking, gardening, history, drama, and art, as well as story time, camps and field trips. It's great fun for the whole family. Located adjacent to the Downtown Visitor Center, parking is available in a multi-level parking facility. - Natasha Lawrence
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