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Savannah Children's Museum, Savannah

Categories: Children’s Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
3.3/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web
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  • What a great use of old space that would otherwise be wasted. Great area for free play for young children to explore different stations and build. The plans for expansion look amazing. Plenty of shade...  read more »
  • We are patrons of Children's museums in three major cities, and even very small (but great ones) in Johnson City, Tennessee and Rutherfordton, NC. The place here in Savannah is NOT a children's museum...  read more »
  • I'm a mother of three and a degreed early childhood educator for 15 years. THIS is a beautiful playspace for children. While not the standard for museums as one envisions it, a simple visit to the web...  read more »
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • So cute! The kids love coming here every time we visit Savannah! And it is a very affordable price!
  • Great usage of old railroad buildings. Creative spot for kids.
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