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Greenville, South Carolina (WSPA) – This is the latest exhibition at the Upcountry History Museum, aimed at attracting children’s imagination and creativity. Once upon a time: Explore the world of fairy tales.
The exhibition has been bilingually translated into English and Spanish throughout the station and, according to go Education and Program Manager Kristen Pace, is the first national traveling exhibition dedicated to fairy tales.
Children can interact with the various stations on display, such as sliding down a bean tree on the “Jack and the Beanstalk” display or sitting on the throne on the “Melon Talking to Anansi” display.
Each story is from a different part of the world. “Beauty and the Beast” (France), “Jack and the Beanstalk” (UK), “Melon Talking to Anansi” (Ghana), “Cinderella” (France), “Ron Popo” (also known as “Little Red Riding”) Food , “China”, “Elf and the Beanstalk” (Germany)
The exhibition is aimed at children aged 3 to 10 years, but it can also appeal to adults who can lovingly recall these beloved stories that made up the bulk of their childhood.
The Upcountry History Museum is located at 540 Bancomb Street in Greenville, South Carolina. Business hours are Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm. From June 6th to Sunday from 1pm to 5pm For more information, please call 864-467-3100 or visit: www.upcountryhistory.org..
The museum also offers summer camps. There are two week camps from 6 to 12 years old and two one day camps. The long weekly camp has 16 visitors. 1 day camp, 12 campers limit.
Camping costs $ 150 per UHM member and $ 170 per non-member, with discounts for families with multiple children.
The week-long camp includes “Myths and Legends,” “Steam Week,” South Carolina, and, of course, “CSI Greenville” from 9am to 12pm.
There are also visits by certain princesses, such as Ariel and Lepunzel, for children to greet and interact during toddler time and family fun days at the museum.
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