Like it or not, we’ve only got three weeks of school left here in Horry County. Bring on the days at the beach, swimming in the pool, sleeping in late, bickering, and a bad case of “I’m bored” three days into summer break. Can I get an amen, from the congregation?
If you’re like me and have young children in school, you’ve got the extracurricular activities to go along with that. By the time June 1 rolls around, I’m wiped out and ready to have a lot of nothing on the calendar. While my mind tells me signing my children up for a few summer camps is a good idea, I just can’t seem to commit. That’s where a summer passport from the Children’s Museum of South Carolina comes in. For only $55 for the whole family, you can have unlimited access to the Children’s Museum from Memorial to Labor Day.
Admission is typically $8 per person (adults, too) for everyone over one year of age. For a family of four, one visit will run you $32. That makes the Summer Passport quite the deal, paying for itself in just two visits.
For more information on the Summer Passport and all season passes, check out their site.
*Note – the Children’s Museum of South Carolina is closed from 5/14/12 – 5/21/12 for renovations. It will be open again on Tuesday, May 22, 2012. Connect with them on Facebook to see pictures of the work being done. It’s exciting!*
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