Kids in Museums’ Accounts Officer Zoe Alzamora’s family has always loved the London Transport Museum. They were delighted therefore to go to the launch of the museum’s new play area for under-8s and were very pleased with what they found.
As Londoners with a 6-year-old who is obsessed with transport … Read more
Added: July 15, 2015Comments: 0
On Thursday last week Kids in Museums’ volunteer Tempe Nell went along to Peckham for an exciting and unusual musical experience. Multi-Story Orchestra and Southwark children were performing… in a car park!
Last week, running a little late, I rushed up the long ramps of a multi-story car park past stationary … Read more
Added: July 7, 2015Comments: 0
Kids in Museums’ Facebook manager Sarah Yeneralski has always had an interest in shoes and even worked for a hand-made shoe company whilst a student. As a result she was excited to recently visit the V&A Museum’s new exhibition, Shoes: Pleasure and Pain.
On Saturday it was just us ladies but … Read more
Added: June 21, 2015Comments: 1
If you were going to show a series of science fiction films then where better than at the Royal Observatory Greenwich? Kids in Museums’ volunteer Ben Drew was lucky enough to be invited to one of the regular sci-fi film screenings at the observatory’s Peter Harrison Planetarium. On this occasion … Read more
Added: June 19, 2015Comments: 0
Kids in Museums’ volunteer sign-up administrator Jack Shoulder took a trip to the British Museum to check out its latest exhibition ‘Defining Beauty’.
Defining Beauty at the British Museum takes one long look at Ancient Greek art and asks “is this beautiful?” As this is Greek art, nudity abounds, but the … Read more
Added: May 12, 2015Comments: 0