State Museum offering free admission to evacuated families and out-of-school kids

The South Carolina State Museum released an announcement that the museum will be open Tuesday in support of displaced South Carolina families and out-of-school kids 12 and under.

“As we d id in 2016 during Hurricane Matthew, the museum will be offering free general admission to out-of-school kids 12 and under, and families evacuating from the coastal region. As a public service to South Carolina, the museum provides a safe and fun environment for families to spend time together while in the Midlands,” the announcement read.

The Boeing Observatory, all four floors of the museum, Rev. Dr. Solomon Jackson Jr. 4D Theater and the BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina Planetarium will be open and running normal shows including Ice Age: No Time For Nuts 4D and National Parks Adventure. More information can be found at scmuseum.org.

Categories: Arts & Entertainment, Columbia, Education, Richland County

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