Family Fortunes, Babies and Teens Workshops
How museums, galleries and visitor attractions can better welcome families, babies and teens, and why they should.
Find out more about our Family Fortunes workshop held in September in Manchester 2014. If your museum is thinking about developing a family offer or if your existing services could benefit from a bit of an update then don’t miss our next ones. We also had a teen workshop in July 2014 where participants discovered ways to attract a different age group to their museum. Read more…
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Takeover Day is a celebration of children and young people’s contribution to museums, galleries and historic homes. It’s a day on which they are given meaningful roles, working alongside staff and volunteers to participate in the life of the museum. How to get involved in 2015.
Teenage Film Projects
Revealing what a museum visit looks like from a young person’s perspective
The Flexible Family Ticket
What’s the shape of a typical family ticket to a museum or gallery?
- Two plus two.
What’s the shape of today’s British family?
- Mum plus her four kids.
- Dad plus his only child, and the young cousin who lives with them.
- Grandparents and their grandchildren for whom they care.
- Big sister and very little sister, whom she looks after.
- Mum, Dad, Auntie and her daughter.
Your Museum Cafe
On today’s menu…
Lots of families have told us that a visit to the café is an important part of their museum experience. They want to feel welcome in the whole museum, the café included. The importance of extending family friendly values to the café even features as a point on the Kids in Museums Manifesto 2013
In response Kids in Museums started cooking something up: the Your Museum Café project, working with families, museums and galleries to produce guidelines for family friendly museum cafés that meet everyone’s needs – families, museums and other venues. Read more…