Posts Tagged ‘Columbia fun kids activities’
Last weekend we escaped the heat (and the TV trap) by going to Monkey Joe’s in Columbia, just off Clemson Road and I-20. Admission is $7.99 for children 2-12, $5 for playing children under 2 and free for accompanying adults.
The are several big slides and climbing structures for older kids, and separate play areas [...]
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Riverbanks Zoo’s newest kids in town are Owen the koala joey and Isabelle the giraffe Southern belle.
Owen was born last May to parents Lottie and Jimmie and spent 7 months growing in his mother’s pouch before making his first public appearance. The size of a jellybean at birth, the koala joey travels to its mother’s [...]
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What a Halloween blast at EdVenture!
The inaugural “Beakers and Broomsticks” Halloween party rocked the house! For only $7 kids enjoyed pumpkin smashing, slime, glow bugs, fake eyeballs, laser fights, light graffiti, Frankenstein microscope, dancing, treats, costume contests and… full access to the museum!
The highlight of the party…blasting pumpkins from the roof!
Crawl through mole’s tunnel, [...]
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Happy Birthday Lion Kings!
This past Saturday we visited our favorite outdoor attraction in Columbia, the Riverbanks Zoo. Little that we knew it was the 1 year anniversary for the most beloved cubs in the South!
Cats will be cats no matter the size…The cubs were playing, clawing on the hanging chain, purring and occasionally fighting [...]
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A day of free family fun activities with kids downtown Columbia - where children discover arts, history, stories and nature!Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 17.07.2008
Here are some great suggestions of fun things to do downtown Columbia to get kids love arts, appreciate history and discover nature’s little treasures. My 4 years old and I had a great time interpreting sculptures at the Columbia Museum of Art, then “chasing” the waterfalls at Finlay Park and “taming the wild things” at [...]
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Save some gas money and come relax right here in the heart of Columbia at Sesquicentennial Park. Since 1937 the “granny” welcomed millions of visitors and outdoor enthusiasts. It’s affordable, fun and healthy way to spend a day with the family. For those of you new to town read my previous post to get more [...]
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Wonder where to go with the kids and what’s interesting to see while visiting Columbia? Here is a list of really fun, educational and healthy things to do during the weekend.
1. The Columbia Canal and Riverfront Park is the city’s secret jewel. At the confluence of 3 Rivers (Congaree, Broad and Saluda) and minutes [...]
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“Are we there yet?”…Put an end to interstate driving boredom and stop to smell the roses at the incredible Edisto Memorial Gardens in Orangeburg. It’s beautiful, fun, educational and best of all FREE!
Read more about the history of and all the cool things children and the entire family can do at Edisto Memorial Gardens. All [...]
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Ready for some biking fun under the sun? At Harbison State Forest park there is a trail for everyone from the novice to the occasional bicyclist to the passionate mountain biker.
Things to know before you go
1. If this is your first visit start your biking adventure at the Education Center on the versatile 4 miles [...]
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To this day we don’t know what happened to the H.L. Hunley, the Confederate submarine built to help break the Civil War blockade. We do know it disappeared on the night of February 17 1864 after it sunk the Union ship the USS Housatonic (the world’s first submarine to do so in combat!)
If you are [...]
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