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Comment Archives: Locations: Arts: Museum

Re: “Children's Museum of the Lowcountry

We were here with four grandkids. It was absolute proof that someone out there knew how kids played! We travel a lot and get to see many children's museums. This one was so interactive. The kids played at each center until they were dragged away, only to find delight in the next activity. GOOD JOB designers!

Posted by Kara Beth Sheek Huddleston on October 4, 2012 at 9:16 PM

Re: “Powder Magazine Museum

Sailing on the high seas takes a dedicated and seasoned sailor. Thank you to the crew and her captain for bringing her to Charleston.

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Posted by Edgewater Kitchens on May 9, 2012 at 12:34 PM

Re: “Penn Center

A brilliant adaptation of Manchild in A Promised Land performed by Jospeph Edwards @ the Penn Ctr. tonight in a minimalist settting - better than anything we've seen on Broadway & we're former New Yorkers (45 yrs+). Don't miss his return engagement.

Posted by bk51atwork on May 27, 2010 at 11:49 PM

Re: “Gibbes Museum of Art

Prop Master is evocative and worth seeing.

Posted by Charlotte Hutson-Wrenn on May 14, 2009 at 7:09 PM

Re: “Ship Shapes Maritime Museum Arts Center

This is a fabulous place to visit and to browse. The gallery is the only one of its kind in the South, or perhaps in the US, we're told. It combines a retail gallery in the front, filled with nautical artifacts, includinig an old 1800's naval sextant, lots of brass items--ship's bells and ship lights which are in beautiful condition.

Bill Thomas-Moore is the charming host, model shipwright who is the expert on building and restorations. He also builds and repairs clocks, and creates one of a kind doll houses and other miniatures.

He told us stories about the ships and history around charleston harbor. We enjoyed seeing the exhibits of ship models, and the paintings. In the rear is Mr. Thomas-Moore's studio workshop. You can see all the various ship models in stages...newly built ones and restorations in progress.

Among the maritime "jewels" in the studio, are two eight foot tall model racing yachts on display with radio controlled units. They were scratch built by Andrew Charters, who races them around the world.

It's all fascinating, and there is a lot of history surrounding Cooper River harbor--SHIP SHAPES is definitely a charming, historical mini maritime museum. A must see for adults and children. Easy going--Drop by for a visit and chat with Mr. Bill.

Bill gives ship modeling lessons as well. He's a fine storyteller and host. Don't miss it when you're down at the harbor...This unusual gallery is next to the SC Aquarium at Fountain Walk next to the boat landing for Schooner Pride and the SpiritLine Cruises.

Be sure to take the "Schooner Pride" Sailing Cruise around the harbor while you're there. We did, and it was dreamy...not noisy, but an easy ride around the harbor.

Posted by LadyPizazz on August 22, 2008 at 10:48 AM
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