Tuesday, November 27, 2012


My boys and I (plus Nanna!) had a sneak peak at EdVenture's seasonal exhibit; Snowville. It's a quick trip from Charleston to Columbia, SC and EdVenture (the South's largest children's museum) makes it well worth the drive. More on the children's museum tomorrow, but for now here's a look at Snowville...

We spent ages at this wonderfully creative snowball fight. There's a snowball cannon at either end and it fires the super soft balls out as fast as little hands can load them. All the parents who got involved were immediately addicted!

We were there on opening day for the exhibit, so the boys acted as guinea pigs for the new tube run. The attendants spray the bottom of the tube with silicone and send you flying down the run...

...landing softly at the bottom! This ride is perfect for ages 3-6 years, but my 9 year olds still had a blast!

Snowville at EdVenture gets a big thumbs up from Pluff Mud Kids! We spent 3 and 1/2 hours in the museum and enjoyed every minute.

Snowville at EdVenture Children's Museum
211 Gervais Street
Columbia, SC 29201

Clean restrooms, coat lockers, beautiful big windows and places to sit throughout, on site cafe, well staffed and fantastically organized!

Snowville Exhibit open now through February 23rd, 2013
Hours and Admission: Tues- Sat; 9am-5pm
Sunday - noon to 5pm
CLOSED on Mondays, but special opening on Monday , Dec 31st
Children and adults: $11.50, Children under one: free
Seniors and military: $10.50
Groups: (15+ w/reservation) $8.50
Members: free
PMK tip: visit www.edventure.org to plan your trip. If you're planning to visit more than once, you may want to consider a membership.

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