Topic: London

A Review of Magna Carta: Law, Liberty, Legacy at the British Library...

Chelsea Coates, Khuslen Ganzorig and Sarah Silva, all just about to take their GCSEs, along with Carol Campbell, Chelsea’s mum, and Emma Bryant, Kids in Museums volunteer, assess the Magna Carta exhibition at the British Library. Meanwhile, our commissioning editor Rhonda Carrier lists other Magna Carta related exhibitions for kids.

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Added: April 16, 2015Comments: 0

My First Ballet: Swan Lake, The Peacock Theatre, London...

One afternoon over the Easter holidays, Kids in Museums volunteer Sarah Yeneralski set off with her daughter Sophie to The Peacock Theatre in London to watch a performance of My First Ballet: Swan Lake, a joint production between English National Ballet and English National Ballet School.

We were lucky to … Read more

Added: April 14, 2015Comments: 0

Cravings: can your food control you? Science Museum, London...

Kids in Museums’ Museum Café Project Manager Sophie Serraris took a trip to the Science Museum in London to get her teeth stuck into their latest exhibition, Cravings: can your food control you? and found a great exhibition for energetic families to explore, as well as some great cafés.

Taking … Read more

Added: April 9, 2015Comments: 0

Ahoy! National Maritime Museum Greenwich...

Ahoy shipmates! The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich opened its new children’s gallery aimed at under-8s last weekend. Kids in Museums volunteer Sarah Yeneralski and her children, James (aged 7) and Sophie (aged 5), were lucky enough to attend the opening and she says it won’t be the last time … Read more

Added: March 25, 2015Comments: 0

Child-led tours at the Wallace Collection...

Kids in Museums’ Workshop Development Manager Kim Biddulph went to see the practice run of the Young Curators’ tour for the public at the Wallace Collection.

I’ve never been on a child-led tour in a museum before. I was excited to be on the practice run of the Wallace Collections Young … Read more

Added: March 18, 2015Comments: 0

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