This is a national park, so kids can participate in the Junior Ranger program and get their badge if they complete all the assigned activities. The volunteers and rangers that work there are very helpful and accommodating. The film and indoor museum was informative, but the fort itself takes you through time from the Revolutionary War through World War 2 and the 160 years the fort was actively used. It only cost $3 for myself and my 9 year old was free. Definitely worth going out to Sullivan's island. They architecture of the surrounding homes and churches are an added bonus.
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