Ongoing events: Family fun happening in January
G — Bib’s World is at The Children’s Museum of the Upstate. This outdoor exhibit includes multiple play structures, cultural elements, an interactive city scape and a zero entry, wheelchair-accessible merry-go-round. Winter hours are noon – 4:45 p.m. For details, visit http://www.tcmupstate.org.
G — Norman Rockwell’s Home for the Holidays is open through Jan. 29 at the Upcountry History Museum. Explore Rockwell’s hopeful view of humanity that helped shape the holiday season for 20th-century Americans. Visit http://www.upcountryhistory.org.
G — Things Fall Apart is open through Feb. 19 at the Upcountry History Museum. See how things are designed and made and how technology has evolved over time. Visit http://www.upcountryhistory.org.
G — Hands-On Harley Davidson is open through Jan. 8 at the Upcountry History Museum. Get a one-of-a-kind experience including a kid-sized motorcycle dealership and engineering lab. Visit http://www.upcountryhistory.org.
Snowville, a winter playscape, is open through March 15 at EdVenture in Columbia. For details, visit http://www.edventure.org.
South Carolina and The Great War is now open at the South Carolina State Museum in Columbia. For details, visit http://scmuseum.org.
Genghis Khan at Discovery Place Science in Charlotte, North Carolina –Experience life in 13th-century Mongolia, entering the tents, battlegrounds and marketplaces of a vanished world. Explore Genghis Khan's life, view gold jewelry and ornaments, silk robes, musical instruments, pottery, sophisticated weaponry and more — the largest collection ever assembled of the treasures of Genghis Khan, including artifacts from St. Petersburg, Russia. Open through April 30. All ages. Included with admission. Visit http://www.discoveryplace.org.
BricksALIVE is now open at the South Carolina Aquarium in Charleston. It features 250,000 LEGO bricks in more than a dozen animal sculptures representing species that call South Carolina home. Visit http://scaquarium.org.