Topic: family friendly museum
If you can imagine a family-friendly exhibition that’s a cross between Las Vegas and a Dorling Kindersley book you’ll be some way to picturing the splendid Robot Zoo currently drawing in crowds at the Horniman Museum in South East London. Kids in Museums volunteer Zoe Alzamora visited with her young … Read more
Added: April 3, 2017Comments: 0
Congratulations Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery!
The 120-year-old Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery in Carlisle, Cumbria, close to the England-Scotland border, has Tudor racing bells, Georgian ball gowns, Suffragette photographs, over 100,000 insects, 16th century bandits’ armour and one of the oldest violins in the world.
It welcomes toddlers … Read more
Added: September 24, 2015Comments: 0
Oxford University Museum of Natural History reopened just over a year ago after 14 months of restoration. Kids in Museums’ reviews editor Rachel Job was excited to finally have the opportunity to visit it with her sister over the Easter holidays.
A big fan of the Pitt Rivers Museum (I’m an … Read more
Added: April 13, 2015Comments: 0
Driving past Brixham in South Devon on a Saturday morning during the Easter holidays, Kids in Museums volunteer Sarah Yeneralski couldn’t resist persuading her family to make a detour to visit the Brixham Heritage Museum. For once this was a detour that was worth making.
I grew up in South Devon … Read more
Added: April 10, 2015Comments: 0
The Kids in Museums Manifesto is a valuable tool which can have an enormous effect on your museum, as Amanda Hart at the Corinium Museum found out…
We used the Kids in Museums Manifesto to help us draw up a questionnaire that was given to a group of local parents to complete … Read more
Added: October 3, 2012Comments: 2