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Free Fun for Families Jan - Jun 2012

Free Fun for Families Jan - Jun 2012

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Plan a visit to either of our museums and discover a host of fun activities for your family to enjoy over the next six months.
Plan a visit to either of our museums and discover a host of fun activities for your family to enjoy over the next six months.

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Published by: Museum of London on Jan 26, 2012
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Wow! Now we understandwhy things are the waythey are today…The kids learnt a lot!”
Prudence Renders and amily
The storytelling was veryengaging, the children reallyenjoyed that… It’s a way o bringing history to lie.”
Kelly Knight and amily
There’s so much to see!”
Helen, Charlotte and Luke Foreman
One o the best museumsin London… one o our avourites.”
Anja and Ben Steinmüller
www.museumoflondon.org.uk020 7001 9844
Family events for all ages at bothour venues all year round!
 January-June 2012
 150 London Wall, near St Paul’s
Spend the day together as a family
I you’re looking or something un and ree or all the amilyto do during weekends or holidays then come along to theMuseum o London. Our two venues are easy to get to –
Museum of London
is centrally located in the City nearto St Paul’s, while the
Museum of London Docklands
is onlya short walk rom the shops and restaurants o Canary Whar.
Step inside the Museum of London for an unforgettable journey through the capital’s amazing past.
Find out why people rom all over the world came to settlein London. Travel back hal a million years to a time whenlions and hippos roamed Traalgar Square!Discover characters rom London’s past, see treasures roma Roman temple, witness the ear o the Black Death and fndout the real stories behind the Great Fire o London.Downstairs in the Galleries o Modern London you canexperience lie as a debtor in an 18th century prison cell, takea stroll in recreated pleasure gardens or window shop in theVictorian Walk. Wonder at the magnifcent Lord Mayor’sCoach, see inside a 250 year old doll’s house or explore theconcerns o 21st century Londoners.See as much or as little as you like – the Museum is reeand here or your amily all year round so you can comeback any time.
Find out more at www.museumoflondon.org.uk
www.museumoflondon.org.uk |
020 7001 9844
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For a large print, text only version o thislealet call 020 7001 9844.
Kids in Museums
The Museum o London is proud to supportthe Kids in Museums maniesto. Find outmore at
www.museumoflondon.org.uk |
020 7001 9844
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Galleries o Modern London
Explore our interactive River Thames, fnd your street on theBooth Map o Poverty or watch some o the frst children’stelevision programmes in our Playtime area. Under 5s can gethands-on with our 1930s London transport interactive and enjoyplaying with replica 1950s toys.
Animals o prehistoric London
Imagine elephants, mammoths and cave bears roaming aroundthe capital! See some o the remarkable remains let behind byprehistoric animals in our
London before London
London beore London
Become an explorer and go on an object treasure hunt to discoverthe real gems in our
London before London
gallery. Boards can bepicked up at the entrance to the gallery.
Roman London market
Take a closer look at lie in Roman London with a model o the Basilicaand Forum in our
Roman London
gallery. Try to fnd the dogs whohave run away and see what you could buy in Roman shops.
Please note the Roman London gallery will be closed to thepublic from April – 22 June 2012. Please check the website forfurther details.
At home in Saxon London
Be transported back to London 1,000 years ago. Explore a Saxonhouse, listen to the hustle and bustle rom the streets outside ortry to work out what Saxon amilies cooked and how they slept.
To view our ull programme o events or children o all ages andto book online visit
 where you can also sign up to receive our ree enewsletter.
FREE activity sheets and bags are available rom theinormation desk or children aged 4 and over. FREE Explorerback packs are also available to borrow every day rom theinormation desk or children aged 2-5.
Every Sunday and during the school holidays the Museumhosts FREE family events that support learning at school aspart of a great day out together. Join us for storytelling, workshops, drama, art and much more!
Feb hal term
11-19 Feb
Discover Victorian London this hal term! Meet Charles Dickens,learn more about the real Miss Havisham and take a walk withour Victorian storyteller.
Easter holidays
31 Mar – 15 Apr
 Join us to learn about London’s animals! Find out who made thelions in Traalgar Square, meet Tibs, the rat-catching Post Ofcecat, and search or hidden animals in the galleries.
May hal term
2-10 Jun
Get into the Olympic spiritwith our May hal term events.Take part in an Olympicboardgame, design a poster orthe 2012 games and discoverhow the 1948 London OlympicGames changed marathonrunning orever!
Dickens and London
Until 10 Jun 2012
Celebrate the 200th anniversary o thebirth o Charles Dickens in this specialexhibition. Sound and projectionsrecreate the atmosphere o VictorianLondon, taking you on a haunting journey to discover the citywhich inspired his writings. Suggested age 11+
Book now at www.museumoflondon.org.uk/dickens
Flexible amily tickets available

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