Tis the season to be jolly and The Children’s Museum of the Upstate, The Sigal Music Museum, and The Upcountry History Museum are joining together beginning Monday, November 23, 2020, to help visitors do just that by offering a special holiday pass that allows admission to all three museums at one low price!
For only $20 per pass, the pass holder is granted admission to each museum at any time before February 28, 2021. Each pass is valid for either one adult or one child single admission. This special pass, available at any of the three museums or via their websites, must be purchased by December 31, 2020.
Located within convenient walking distance of each other on Greenville’s iconic Heritage Green, these distinctive museums present displays and exhibits that together provide a collective picture of what makes Upstate South Carolina so unique for all who live here or visit.
Whether engaging in the galleries and programming of arts, sciences, health, environment, and engineering geared toward children ages 1-15atThe Children’s Museum of the Upstate, a Smithsonian affiliate; enjoying the diverse music cultures and narratives across the world through exhibitions, instruments and performances at The Sigal Music Museum; or exploring the historical moments in time that connect people, history, and culture while enhancing curiosity and interest at The Upcountry History Museum, a Smithsonian affiliate, this holiday admission special allows you to experience it all.
All three museums are excited to work together to bring awareness to how easy it is for families, locals, and tourists to enjoy the variety of cultural experiences each has to offer, as well as how the Greater Greenville community embraces the opportunity to display so much of its history, culture, and family-oriented activities in its downtown area.
In addition, each museum has implemented additional safety protocols of enhanced cleaning and frequency of disinfecting high-traffic surfaces, availability of hand sanitizer stations throughout their locations, and mandatory mask requirement for visitors ages 10 years and older to ensure the health of visitors and staff.
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