Museum Mum picks: February 2020

I’m delighted to see the back of January, even though February will be a tough month too. My younger brother died unexpectedly, and the funeral takes place next week. My days out with the family and kindness of my followers have been such a comfort that it’s a welcome distraction to work on this guide. And there’s no shortage of…

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Captain Flinn and the Dinosaur Pirates: Search for the Magic Cutlass

I decline a lot of theatre invites, but was too intrigued to pass up an invite to Les Petits Theatre’s latest show, Captain Flinn and the Dinosaur Pirates: Search for the Magic Cutlass. Museum Teen and I enjoyed a brilliant visit to madcap Alice’s Adventures Underground by parent company Les Enfant Terribles a few years back. This new offering has both…

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MUSEUM MUM PICKS: JANUARY 2020

As the new year dawns, are you resolving to see more culture in 2020? If so, hopefully my monthly what’s on guides will give you inspiration. Each month I select upcoming cultural events for families that I’m most excited about. As much as I’ve enjoyed the festive period, I’m looking forward to getting back to normality, whatever that is! This…

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Christmas at Blenheim Palace with kids

Just a short drive from Oxford, award-winning Blenheim Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with over 300 years of history. And this Christmas Blenheim Palace is transformed into a fairytale, quite literally, with its Alice in Wonderland-inspired experience, twinkling light trail and impressive projected light show which use the palace’s grand facade as their canvas. Join me and the…

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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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