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Main Street Children's Museum, Rock Hill

(4.3/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • I take my grandkids here every time they visit. The name should not be "Museum," as it is really a play house. When kids enter they can run around without anyone telling them to stop. There are kitche...  more »
  • Great place to take young children! Everything from blocks to play dress up and house to play in. 
  • Our visit to Main Street Children's Museum was great for the adults as well as kids. It's a safe, clean, supervised play area for toddlers through second or third grade. Our grandkids had loads of fun...  more »
  • The Main Street Children's Museum is a gem located in the heart of downtown Rick Hill. It's perfect for children aged infant-age 5 probably. My son is 3 and loves it! My daughter is 10 months and, if it's not crazy busy, can crawl around and play with things. I brought my 7 year old niece, however, and she was pretty bored. There is a lot of the little ones to do. Please know that this is no Discovery Place Kids. With that said, this place is half the cost and easier for us to get to from South Charlotte. They have a dress up room, an awesome train table, play kitchen, reading nook, a pirate ship, a bucket the kids can fill with beanbags and pull up with a levy to dump them. My son can spend a few hours here, mostly playing trains. The only downside is that it's a little small when it gets really busy. Kids end up waiting a lot to do certain activities.
  • Overall, the museum offers imaginative play that provides a break from messy home play. It has a unique Vernon Grant theme. It's not really a museum, so the name is misleading. The kids love playing dress up, having tea parties, playing in the castle and running around. They have a reading corner, large train set, and puppets too. It can get busy at times with pushy/rude older kids that parents don't watch which can be tough on toddlers. In general, we enjoy it. I wish they had more variety of interactive stations like a grocery store, science toys, mechanic shop, history, etc. that I have seen in other places. General admission adds up since you have to pay for adults, but a family membership makes it worthwhile.
  • Clean. Great for ages 6 and under. Even my 8yo enjoys it with his little brother! ((For a short period of time anyway.)) Awesome train table!
  • This museum has potential but I don't think small children should get in trouble for being a little loud and climbing on the wooden boat, after all , aren't they supposed to be having fun. Every time I go there I get annoyed and then I give it another try and the same lady is always snooty to me. The kids I watch are very well behaved, they are just playing make believe, they do the same stuff at Discovery Museum in Huntersville and its encouraged! I think I am done with this placešŸ˜¢
  • My daughter LOVES this place!