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Yes! We our Lullaby Lagoon is designed especially for little ones under two with soft mats to climb and activities that help foster motor skills. The lagoon is enclosed by carpeted benches creating a safe space from older children.
Yes, the restrooms have a changing table and wipes.
Upon entrance all guests will receive a sticker or stamp, allowing for re-entry only when we are not on a waitlist. This is designed for times when you need to leave the museum briefly for snacks or lunch and then re-enter on the same day. This is not designed for a visit in the morning and then leaving and returning in the evening. Our membership program is designed for that type of access to the museum.
Good news, the Sandbox offers snacks like chips, juice, soda, etc. Otherwise, you may bring food but it must be consumed outside in the courtyard only. We do not allow food and beverage inside the museum (except for birthday parties contained in the Party Room)
The museum is meant to be an interactive experience between you and your child. Therefore your supervision and interaction are necessary during your visit. Throughout the year we do offer special programs such as our Parent’s Night Out and Camp programs, which are designed for children to have experiences without a parent being present. Check our website or sign up for our eblasts to receive updates.
Yes, The Sandbox is a 501c3, non profit organization. Admission and Program fees cover only 65% of our annual operating costs. Financial support assists providing educational play opportunities to ALL children throughout our Low Country area. All donations are tax deductible and greatly appreciated.