Here are our 2020 programme dates for your diary.
Kids in Museums Takeover Day is back! Today museums and heritage sites all over the UK will be run by children and young people.
On 16 August, museums across the country handed over the control of their social media accounts to young people for the annual Kids in Museums Teen Digital Takeover. Ellen, a member of our Kids in Museums Youth Panel, shares a round-up of the day and her experience of taking part.
The first Scottish winner of the Family Friendly Museum Award was announced today at a ceremony hosted by art dealer and broadcaster, Philip Mould, at the May Fair Hotel in London.
Today we’re delighted to announce our latest project: Where’s Wally? The Big Museum Hunt.
Today we are delighted to launch the first Kids in Museums Youth Panel. After a competitive application process, we have appointed eight young people, aged from 19 to 25, to help us shape our future work.
We’ve put together some of our favourite activities going on at the museums shortlisted for our Family Friendly Museum Award.
We are delighted to announce the 15 museums that have been shortlisted for the Family Friendly Museum Award 2019.
With one month to go until nominations close, Leeds City Museum talks to us about the impact of winning the Family Friendly Museum Award 2018.
The search for the UK’s most family friendly museum is now on! From today, you can nominate your museum for our Family Friendly Museum Award.