Kids in Museums volunteer, Maggie Monteath, queued for hours to see David Hockney’s previous exhibition so was keen to make sure she booked early for his latest exhibition at the Royal Academy.
Wow! This is such a striking exhibition. As soon as you walk through the door (actually the door is … Read more
Added: August 23, 2016Comments: 0
Being British, Kids in Museums volunteer Rachael Clarke says she finds it hard not to love the Queen as a powerful female figure. Recently she visited Buckingham Palace to see one part of a fashion exhibition marking the Queen’s 90th birthday year. The exhibition is also on at Holyroodhouse and … Read more
Added: August 17, 2016Comments: 0
Kids in Museums volunteer Rebecca Mileham alights at Kew Gardens to eavesdrop on bees – and picks up news of the first-ever Kew Science Festival.
Begging, tooting and quacking – did you know that this is how bees communicate? Kew Gardens is offering the perfect way to get to know bees … Read more
Added: July 29, 2016Comments: 0
When Kids in Museums volunteer Sarah Yeneralski suggested to her kids that they attend the launch of Power UP, the classic interactive gaming experience held at the Science Museum this summer, there was no hesitation in their response. This enthusiasm was echoed when they entered the event. “Oh yeah!” said … Read more
Added: July 26, 2016Comments: 0
Kids in Museums volunteer, Maggie Monteath, has loved Shakespeare’s plays ever since she did Henry V for O level. As the world celebrates the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, she’s finding there’s more to his words than meets the eye. Meanwhile, reviews editor, Rachel Job, is discovering that there are … Read more
Added: June 28, 2016Comments: 0