What ages are appropriate for a visit to TCMU-Spartanburg?
The Spartanburg museum was designed and built to best meet the needs of children ages 5 and younger and their caregivers. All of the exhibits were developed on a smaller scale to meet the physical needs of early learners, meaning counters are build for their height, crawling areas are padded for infants, and interactives are provided for their interests.
Do you have a reciprocal membership program with other museums?
At this time we do not offer a reciprocal membership with other museums.
Is TCMU handicap accessible?
Yes. Many of TCMU’s exhibit components are wheelchair accessible. Please ask for more information at the admissions desk upon arrival.
Is there a dedicated space for nursing mothers?
A private nursing nook is available on the lower level.
Are strollers allowed?
Yes. If needed, a stroller parking area is available on the main floor just past the admissions desk.
All children under 16 must be accompanied by a chaperone. No more than 7 children per chaperone will be admitted.
May I leave and return in the same day?
Yes. Admission covers all-day exploration. A wristband will be provided at check-in that will allow you to leave and return at your leisure.
Are there discounted rates or coupons available?
Museums for All offers $3 admission for SC residents who show an EBT card along with a valid SC driver’s license. This discount is available for up to 4 family members and cannot be used for group visits or field trips. Military and senior discounts are also available. Group discounts are available for groups of 15+ when a reservation is made 30 days in advance.