Order your copy of the manifesto
Download a pdf of the new Manifesto to save or print out.
Or request free print copies from Kids in Museums – just email email@example.com.
Its new, even clearer design makes it perfect to pin up on notice-boards, windows and walls.
We’d love to hear your thoughts and suggestions so that we can make sure the Manifesto keeps in touch with what’s going on and what needs to happen next. We believe it’s a really thought-provoking list of practical pointers for the future, and we hope it will spark debate. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Museums, galleries, historic houses and organisations can show their support for the Kids in Museums Manifesto by adding their name to the growing number of places that aspire to be family friendly. Click here for the current list of Manifesto supporters.
“We are making your manifesto an underlying and underpinning manifesto for the whole site and every department from March 2009.” Beningbrough Hall and Gardens
Have a look at how Devon Museums Group Forum have used the manifesto in a positive way to try and learn more about their family audiences.
Have a look at Museums and Heritage on Twitter, @MandHAdvisor and see how they influence changes in the sector.
Have a look at the report on Grange Court in Leominster to see how they’ve used the Manifesto to improve their space.
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