The Charleston Museum is America’s First Museum, established in 1773, and today holds a collection of over 2 million objects with over 5,000 on display. On Saturday, April 27th, The Charleston Museum invites its members and the community to ReMember the Museum, a family event with tours from Museum curators from its five distinct collections, kids activities, book reading, pop-up shop and more! Children (ages 3-12) will receive free admission with every adult admission; bring the whole family to The Charleston Museum!
All day (subject to change):
- Free child admission with every adult admission*
- Pop up shop with Meeting Green Gardens
- Adoptable animals with Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary
- New objects from the Historical Archaeology Collection on display in the Lowcountry History Hall
- Activities throughout the Museum for children
- Kids scavenger hunt
- 20% off new and renewing Memberships to the Museum
- 20% off Museum Shop merchandise for Members
- New stops for Pokémon Go with lures
- and more!
Schedule of events (subject to change):
11:00 | You Animal! Book reading and activity with Becca Barnet
11:30 | Talk with Chief of Collections, Jennifer McCormick in the Lowcountry Image Gallery
12:00 – 1:00 | Curator of Natural History, Matthew Gibson, working in the Bunting Natural History Lab
12:00 | Talk with Director, Carl P. Borick on Revolutionary War Siege Lines
12:30 | Talk with Senior Curator, Grahame Long in the Loeblein Gallery of Charleston Silver
1:00 | Talk with Curator of Natural History, Matthew Gibson in the Bunting Natural History Gallery
1:30 | Talk with Senior Curator, Grahame Long in The Armory Exhibit
2:00 | Kids activity with Education Specialist, Ryn Hester in the Museum’s lobby
2:30 | Talk with Curator of Historic Textiles, Teresa Teixeira in the Historic Textiles Gallery
*Limit to one child admission per every adult admission. Offer not available online.
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