At the exciting “Start Your Engines” exhibit you can to change tires in a hurry, build your own Formula One car, or try your hands at high-speed racing.
The museum is open Monday to Saturday 9AM to 5PM (1 – 5PM on Sunday). Admission is $12 (free for kids under 1). Get in for just $2, on Tuesdays, November 19th and December 17th from 5 to 7PM. Parking is free in the weekend at the lot behind the museum and The Little Theater.
Exciting things to do for boys
Engage! Be a control center commander at the giant NASA space ship. There are two cool video games where you can either launch a satellite or try to safely land a space shuttle.
OK, now it’s time to come down to earth and see if you can fly a real plane. You just have to build it first!
Cliff hanger? What cliff hanger?! Overcome your fears and loosen up climbing the vertical maze or the rock wall…
If you still have energy left, burn it on the bike machine inside the Bi-LO supermarket. As you sweat along the cartoon will let you know how many ice-creams, hot-dogs, cookies and burgers you’ve shed off.
Ready to rock ‘n roll? Then go to Garage Rock in the basement and start jamming. You can strum, slap and spin most unusually shaped instruments, and play with timbre, melody, pitch to create your unique sounds.
Razzle Dazzle at the Greenville Children’s Museum, the coolest place in South Carolina!
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