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Savannah Children's Museum, Savannah

(3.1/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
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  • First time visiting Savannah and we decided to take our 4 year old to the children's museum. Complete disappointment. This was an open playground in the middle of ruins. Nothing educational to look at...  more »
  • This is definitely very different from other children museums. Mostly outdoor except for an old train for the kids to color and read books, all activities are outdoors. It looks like with time it'll g...  more »
  • Not really organized. Really not a lot to do! the route is not very well marked. Kinda of over priced. the customs were for very young children, were on the ground and dirty.  more »
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  • Interesting building and setting, but very expensive for what it is. Instead of "museum" it should be called an exploration playground or something to that effect. There didn't seem to be any exhibits, just play areas and toys. We paid $24 for my 3 year old to play in the sprinkler because it was so hot. So I recommend you go when it's cooler out and perhaps try to find some sort of discount admission if that exists. Just not worth the full price to get in. Your local playground/park will give you the same experience for free.
  • My kids enjoyed running around and playing with other children. Fun place with beautiful photo opportunities. Area for nursing moms who might prefer privacy.
  • This was completely overpriced. We payed $24 dollars to enter a playground. Not even a playground, there are two slides, and various little areas with non-working adventures. The maze offered little to no challenge, the blocks were dirty, and there were a total of about 5 fun things to do. There are more things to do at Forsythe Park and that's free.
  • Perhaps I'm spoiled coming from Indianapolis where we have the worlds largest Children's Museum, but this was a little sad, and not what I would consider a museum. If it was called "Children's discovery center" that would probably be more appropriate.
  • So cute! The kids love coming here every time we visit Savannah! And it is a very affordable price!