The Children’s Museum of the Upstate|Spartanburg

I’ve got too many blog posts in my drafts folder. To say I’m behind would be an understatement. This past week was super busy, so guess what I’m doing today? Yup. Writing. (In my spare time😆). We have VBS thru Thursday. Go ahead and color me CRAZY!

Last week we drove to Spartanburg to check out the Children’s Museum. Have you been? It’s a satellite location for The Children’s Museum of the Upstate in Greenville, and designed for ages five and under.

Jackson loved watching the passing cars.

The space was much bigger on the inside than I expected. There are two floors. An elevator + a clean family restroom made the list of things I loved. Anyone else walk into a bathroom like a mama duck? Let’s just say the extra room was nice!

It felt more like I was walking into a friend’s living room. Small + cozy. Plan to take advantage of the photo op in front of the Love Where You Play sign.

It took him a minute to get used to the padded floor. They have little bins for your shoes beside this section.

The treehouse was my personal favorite. Jackson, not so much. He did think the tunnel was cool…

Has anyone else noticed how babies born during the pandemic need a little extra encouragement to explore? Jackson was terrified to crawl up the tree trunk + go down the slide.

Think about it. Church nurseries, playgrounds, etc. were closed for over a year. He doesn’t know what to do. No worries! We’re on top of it and he’ll get there fast. It’s definitely interesting to watch. Just another reason the museum is a great idea!

Thanks for having us TCMU + TCMU Spartanburg! As always, we had a blast and can’t wait to go back (maybe with the older kids so Jackson will slide!)

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