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#1 of 43 things to do in North Charleston
The education was terrific and my kids thoroughly enjoyed the visits, as did I. I'd recommend a visit for anytime of year, but if it's hot or rainy, it's a perfect choice.
We loved seeing the historic trucks, my 13 year old had a blast being a kid trying out the activities including the simulator, and we were all impressed with how well done the safety and educational aspects of thi...
#3 of 43 things to do in North Charleston
... with a Navy memorial area, outdoor art displays, fishing piers, an amphitheater, public restrooms, several bench swings looking out at the river, a splash area for the kids, picnic tables, and a modest dog park.
Great for children and adults to see concerts and history on the old Navy Yard!
#2 of 43 things to do in North Charleston
Different tour guides gave a different perspective, I appreciated the more scientific approach and explanations vs the humanistic tour, but that is a total personal opinion, the younger kids on the tour seemed to...
It is of historical interest and is great fun for families and couples.
#5 of 43 things to do in North Charleston
Lots of stores for kids stuff too, good variety of stores.
There was also a lovely wooden rocking chair for moms to use while nursing or maybe you need it to calm a sleepy child.
#7 of 43 things to do in North Charleston
I come here with my visiting family to run the trails, I longboard on the paved trail with my dog, my fiancé and I throw ball on the lawn, play volleyball with my Navy friends... this place is wonderful for anything!
They have picnic tables a little kid and big kid playground, a lake to fish in, paddle boats and kayaks, a snack bar and bikes for rent.
#8 of 43 things to do in North Charleston
Fun! Fun! Fun! Had a great time with my grown children and Hubby!
I will definitely make WW a summer family tradition each year!
#6 of 43 things to do in North Charleston
It was very informative and educational to the adults and a lot of fun for the children.
Very family oriented, friendly staff planning to go to a hockey game this weekend can't wait.
#10 of 43 things to do in North Charleston
Great place for family fun
Great place for a family outing.
#9 of 43 things to do in North Charleston
Great night of fun with friends and the kids
#13 of 43 things to do in North Charleston
The jumping castles are so much fun , while adults can play arcade games to win tickets for kid friendly prizes .
Great family fun.
#15 of 43 things to do in North Charleston
Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park Mount Pleasant 8.0 mi away
#3 of 62 things to do in Mount Pleasant
It has a grassy area, kids playground, little War memorial area dedicated to servicemen from Mt Pleasant who have fallen in the wars since the Revolutionary War and a pier that extends out along part of the bridge.
There is a playground for the kids, a visitors center featuring sweetgrass basket making, a war memorial with reflecting pool, a large green (often with kids and families enjoying each other) and best of all, a 10...
Shem Creek Park Mount Pleasant 9.9 mi away
#2 of 62 things to do in Mount Pleasant
Perfect for romantic picnics, evening walks, family walks, fishing, enjoying the sights and sounds of Shem Creek and Charleston Harbor.
The wildlife, the breathtaking views, the shrimp boats all add to a wonderful afternoon taking in the outdoors and strolling down the board walk with your children, your sweetheart, or even by yourself / walking y...
Riley Waterfront Park Charleston 8.4 mi away
#14 of 256 things to do in Charleston
... wide, so perfect for strolling along the waterfront in Charleston - you can see big freighters coming in other boats - there was plenty of shade for relaxing as well as a couple of fountains for kids to play in.
A water fountain for children to play in, lots of beautiful landscaping, benches and swings in the shade, wonderful places to hang out and watch the birds and spot dolphins in the water, and a dock to catch the wa...
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Mount Pleasant Pier Mount Pleasant 8.2 mi away
#4 of 62 things to do in Mount Pleasant
The pier has a great playground for kids plus a great stroll out to the edge of the Cooper river where you'll see boats, fishermen, probably a few dolphins.
It is beautiful under the bridge clean with these swings for adults and children.. who ever thought of this was a genius!!! fishing walking sightseeing birdwatching and boat watching..beautiful view of Charleston...
Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park Charleston 6.6 mi away
#24 of 256 things to do in Charleston
Tons of food, my son loved the mascots walking around, and the hill seating in right field was perfect for both kids.
This is a wonderful place to bring your family, spouse, co-workers, friends, a date--just about anyone!! It's so family-friendly as well as large group friendly and beer friendly!
Battery & White Point Gardens Charleston 8.6 mi away
#22 of 256 things to do in Charleston
Today, Battery Park is a fun place for families and tourists to relax and explore and many guided tours begin at the massive gazebo as out-of-towners get a breathtaking view of Charleston Harbor and Fort Sumter be...
The park is lovely, great for pets, kids and history buffs...with old oak trees, wide open spaces and stories of Charleston's rich history...there's something for everyone.
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#30 of 256 things to do in Charleston
We enjoyed the gardens and history of the grounds, and the whole family got a kick out of seeing an alligator, Canada geese and turtles.
When they renovated the park, they really improved the otter habitat, and watching the otters play and swim was quite fun! Kids would love it!
Pineapple Fountain Charleston 8.4 mi away
#31 of 256 things to do in Charleston
This is the perfect spot to see the bridge and watch the sail boats come in and out !! If you have children they can bring there bathing suit and go for a dip in the fountain or the splash fountain a few feet away !
Beautiful fountain in waterfront park! Kids were able to play in the fountain.
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South Carolina Aquarium Charleston 7.7 mi away
#50 of 256 things to do in Charleston
Solid family fun with plenty to do and see for younger children, the Aquarium offers a wide variety of fresh and saltwater fish and reptiles, and well as, surprisingly, a few mammals and rescued birds.
Lots of fun with different areas representing every type of water in the area (marsh, ocean, etc.) Lots of fun for families and anyone who loves to learn about and see animals and fish.
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The Citadel Charleston 6.3 mi away
#18 of 256 things to do in Charleston
Nice people!!! Great college, very good experience!! Would highly recommend this college if your child is Millitary minded!
Me and my family enjoyed our visit.
Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum Mount Pleasant 8.4 mi away
#1 of 62 things to do in Mount Pleasant
I was able to show my children history as we walked through the submarine (USS Clamagore), destroyer (USS Laffey), aircraft carrier (USS Yorktown) and the Vietnam Experience Exhibit, many many aircraft and a coupl...
A must see if you every go to Charleston go there absolutely one of the best place's to visit its great for the whole family a lot of history go on an air craft carrie and destroyer It does require a lot of walkin...
Unitarian Church in Charleston Charleston 8.1 mi away
#17 of 256 things to do in Charleston
Family Vacation
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Morris Island Lighthouse Charleston 7.2 mi away
#29 of 256 things to do in Charleston
It's a great little stroll by bike, although i'd be weary of doing it with little kids because the road is narrow and on occasion the drivers can be unforgiving.
Perfect site for family photos!
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Children's Museum of the Lowcountry Charleston 7.4 mi away
#62 of 256 things to do in Charleston
They have a pirate ship, a medieval castle, a shopping center (i do give them credit here for also talking about nutrition a bit), and a miniature seaport and water slide on which children can float boats in the a...
I'm a big fan of visiting children's museums around the country to give our kids a chance to relax and be in their element amid family events and touristy adventures.
Charleston Visitor Center Charleston 7.4 mi away
#20 of 256 things to do in Charleston
It will keep the kids entertained and give the women places to consider shopping and the men and boys ideas about tours, eats, drinks, eats, beaches and the like.
Plenty of easy parking around the area and my children enjoyed being in this area and seeing the various attractions.
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Fort Sumter Visitor Education Center Charleston 7.7 mi away
#35 of 256 things to do in Charleston
Great educational tour for history buffs and kids alike.
Incredible amount of history and simply a great place to take your family on a boat ride back in time
Audubon Swamp Garden Charleston 4.8 mi away
#41 of 256 things to do in Charleston
This is a walk into our pre-civil war past on a 60 some-odd acre property that survived in beauty and gives history of the Drayton family and their generations and the influence by Audobon to preserve species.
So, it could be a really dangerous situation for small children, elderly, or anyone who is not swift on their feet.
Marion Square Charleston 7.6 mi away
#63 of 256 things to do in Charleston
There is a fabulous market on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. with delectables and collectibles galore, along with live song & dance entertainment and bouncy-houses for children.
From the New Year's Family celebration to Southeast Wild Life Exposition to the Fashion Show to the Wine weekend.
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Middleton Place Charleston 7.7 mi away
#25 of 256 things to do in Charleston
Stunning gardens (at their best during spring azalea season) and fascinating house museum, with lots of lovely old furniture, pictures, and other old family heirlooms of one of the most prominent families in Ameri...
The stable yards are wonderful for kids and adults to learn about plantation animals in the 1700's, and the crafts people demonstrate blacksmithing, pottery and barrel making, spinning and weaving, and more.
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