London Transport Museum Christmas 2019

This is rapidly becoming a family tradition! Our visit to London Transport Museum last year was such a Christmas highlight that the Museum Kids were absolutely delighted to be invited back. We have been to the London Transport Museum countless times now but no two visits feel the same. Every time there is something new to do – as well as…

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Culture, not clutter: Museum memberships for London families

Museum memberships are the perfect gift idea, particularly for doting family members who otherwise might fill the house with ALL. THE. STUFF. Membership has lots of benefits – from supporting an organisation you believe in to free entry, fast track access and exclusive events. On a practical note, it makes family visits less stressful as you know you don’t have…

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Gingerbread City 2019 with kids

Gingerbread City is where biscuits meet cutting-edge design. It’s an annual exhibition where architects, designers and engineers create a spectacular, futuristic and entirely edible city. Organised by Museum of Architecture, Gingerbread City hopes to connect people with architecture in an exciting way, highlighting how design can improve our lives. This year’s ‘transport’ themed city is packed with over 100 show-stopping…

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The Lost Thing at Royal Opera House

Despite having seen it, I still find it tricky to categorise The Lost Thing at Royal Opera House, the  part opera, part musical theatre, part contemporary dance by Candoco Dance Company. Based on the picture book by Shaun Tan, The Lost Thing tells the strange story of when bottle top collector Shaun (Joel Brown) finds a lost, bizarre creature on…

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Museum Mum picks: December 2019

Looking for things to do with kids in London in December 2019? Each month I choose a few of the upcoming cultural events for families that I’m most excited about. London really seems to be upping its Christmas game, and I’m thrilled we’ll have plenty of time off together to make the most of it. I currently have seven cultural…

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