If you visit the state museum on a Saturday, get there early before the kids start arriving around noon. Also as a note when we attended, there was a lot of construction so you need to park in the back and enter the museum from the back. The King Tut exhibit was open, but we did not go into that section. Instead we walked the three floors of the exhibit enjoying the large shark handing from the ceiling, the mastodon, the over grown armadillo, the textile industry exhibit, the old cars and the train set. There was also a hands on section which is where most of the kids gather. This is a great place to learn about science. Over all this is an excellent place to spend a half day learning about South Carolina, you will find it educational.
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