Museum Mum Virtual Picks: May 2020

It’s hard to write a monthly what’s on guide when you’ve no idea what day it is or when lockdown will end. Online events now seem to be announced with short notice – let’s be honest, what else will we be doing? But even with this difficulty in planning too far in advance, it’s good to have new ideas, and…

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Museum Mum Picks: Lockdown Easter 2020 and beyond

Looking for things to do with kids during the Summer holidays 2021? Click here for my latest post. Looking for some fun ideas for this lockdown Easter? Four days at home can be quite a lot to fill, especially once the eggs are eaten. And we still have a week of ‘holiday’ before schooling at home is due to restart.…

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Coronavirus: Great museum resources for families when social distancing

As part of the global effort to stop coronavirus spreading, museums around the world have shut and tens of millions of families are social distancing. But although their physical doors might be closed, museums can still help families enjoy their time together, thanks to their online games and activities. Perhaps your school or childcare provider is closed, you’re in self-isolation…

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Museum Mum picks: March 2020

London is in bloom, its blossoming trees and seas of crocus and daffodils bringing much needed cheer to the rather soggy capital. March is a quieter month for families in museums, as staff catch their breath between the action-packed February half term and Easter hols – but there’s still plenty on.⁠ After a rough start to the year, I’m certainly…

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Meet Vincent van Gogh at the Southbank

  Meet Vincent van Gogh in his own words ‘Life is not long for anybody, and the problem is only to make something of it’ Vincent van Gogh   By far the strongest part of the new Meet Vincent van Gogh Experience is its audio guide. Using Vincent’s own words, taken mostly from his hundreds of letters to his brother…

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