This Fall at TCMU…
The Children’s Museum of the Upstate is falling into autumn with a few new changes.
Popular weekly programs are now offered more frequently. Guests can enjoy Story Time and Open Art Tuesday-Saturday. steamWORKS, formerly known as Spark Lab, features hands-on learning focused on STEAM curriculum (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
These are just a few of the programs offered free with the price of admission. Teachers and homeschool educators receive discount pricing! Make sure to have your school/homeschool ID with you.
Move over Amazon, TCMU-Greenville recently launched an online retail store. Shop educational games, toys and learning resources while sipping coffee from your living room couch! Orders are currently pick-up only at the downtown Greenville location. Skip the parking – pull into the bus circle in front of the main entrance, run in, and grab up your order. Easy peasy!
Field trips with Greenville County Schools may be taking a pause (due to a driver shortage), but TCMU is ready and waiting with a new on-line booking platform. Scholarships are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
In an effort to provide a safe experience, capacity will be limited, and advance-timed entry tickets are required. For more details and tickets click here.
Make plans now to take advantage of the expanded offerings for the fall at The Children’s Museum of the Upstate!
Before we let you go…
If radio stations can play Christmas music, it’s not too early to start planning for Halloween!
Families do not miss this opportunity to Trick or Treat with our friends at the museum! Both the Greenville and Spartanburg locations will host a “fun-filled day of trick-or-treating, candy, costumes, and celebration!” Guests will make their way through the not-so-haunted floors, collecting candy from community sponsors. BYOB! (Bring your own bag). Exhibits will not be open for play.
TCMU’s VP of Development, Barbara Martin, “hopes this Trick-or-Treat will, again, be a safe and fun way for families to celebrate this SPOOK-tacular holiday!”