Our visit to the Horniman Museum this weekend transformed a drab, dreary day into one bursting with colour! Colour: The Rainbow Revealed is the latest interactive exhibition for all the family at the Horniman Museum and Gardens in south London. Colour is a great concept for a family exhibition, as even very young children show an interest in finding and naming… View Post

There are very few things in life for which I will commit to being somewhere with two under fives at 9am in the morning. Especially when this somewhere is literally the other side of London – and up a steep hill! But a press invite to ‘Robot Zoo’ exhibition at the Horniman was one of these few things, especially as we’ve really enjoyed our visits… View Post

Anyone with a toddler will know how difficult it can be to meet with an adult friend and ACTUALLY FINISH A SENTENCE, let alone have a conversation. My new tactic is to convince said friend that they REALLY want to go to something child friendly – this time was Sensational Butterflies at the Natural History Museum (NHM). ‘Sensational Butterflies’ is an annual… View Post

The V&A Museum of Childhood, in Bethnal Green currently has a touring exhibition all about Jacqueline Wilson – and my daughter is a massive fan, having met the author twice now at the Foundling Museum. If you’re thinking ‘Who?’ then you clearly haven’t had a book-reading young girl – with over 100 books published, former Children’s Laureate and now Dame Wilson is best… View Post

This Saturday morning I had a midwife review at UCH, Euston so decided to combine dragging the family into town with a museum visit. Being massive and constantly knackered, I wanted somewhere manageable but that’d be enjoyable. Luckily, a stone’s throw away is the Grant Museum of Zoology, which pitches itself as a family-friendly museum. After the midwife, we took… View Post