This Sat. April 27, the Charleston Museum
is presenting ReMember the Museum,
a special family event celebrating the country's first museum and the thousands of items on display.
The event is free for museum members, and free with paid admission for non-members. In celebration of the event, children ages three to 12 will receive free admission with a paid adult ($12). Free children's admission is limited to one kid per every adult admission.
ReMember the Museum
is an all day event from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., featuring an array of activities for the family with tours from Museum curators, kids' activities, book readings, and more.
For Pokemon Go!
fans, Niantic has created additional Poke-stops and lures for the event, so you can catch and battle more Pokemon with friends and family all day long.
The Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary
will be onsite with adoptable pets, giving you the option to leave the museum with a new family member.
A pop-up shop will be in the Meeting Green Gardens
New objects from the Historical Archaeology Collection will be on display in the Lowcountry History Hall
Learn more online at charlestonmuseum.org
Full schedule of events:
Book reading and activity with Becca Barnet
Talk with Jennifer McCormick, Chief of Collections for the Lowcountry Image Gallery
12 to 1 p.m.
Curator of Natural History, Matthew Gibson, working in the Bunting Natural History Lab
Talk with Director Carl P. Borick on Revolutionary War Siege Lines
Talk with Senior Curator Grahame Long in the Loeblein Gallery of Charleston Silver
Talk with Matthew Gibson in the Bunting Natural History Gallery
Talk with Grahame Long in The Long Armory Exhibit
Kids' activity with Education Specialist Ryn Hester in the museum's lobby
Talk with Curator of Textiles, Teresa Teixeira in the Historic Textile Gallery