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Charleston Museum
Saturday, April 27, 2019, 11am – 3pm

“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.”

Event Type: Family-Friendly, Other
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