Friday 28 June 2019

Museum of London - Summer holidays? We've got you covered

Have a beastly summer at the Museum of London
"A crazily enjoyable immersive experience" - The Daily Telegraph ★★★★

Become truly immersed in London's history in our unique, fully digital installation as we tell the story of the city through its beastly citizens. Be guided through time, from Roman Londinium right up to our modern metropolis, narrated by the animals themselves.

Featuring the talents of Kate Moss, Brian Blessed, Pam Ferris, Nish Kumar, Stephen Mangan, Angellica Bell and Joe Pasquale, Beasts of London is the ultimate walk on the wild side.
Museum of London Docklands
River tales and sewer stories
Wed 7 - Fri 31 Aug, 11.30am-12.15pm, 1.30-2.15pm, 3-3.45pm
Museum of London Docklands
Dive in to the sewers and discover tales of pirates, poo and pollution in this interactive family show. London’s rivers are at risk! What would you do to save them?
Ration book recipes
Fri 26 Jul, 12-1.30pm, 2.30-4pm
Museum of London Docklands
Create your own recipe inspired by the museum's collection and bring it to life using craft materials. But there’s a twist, you can only use what’s in your World War II ration book. What delicious meals can you rustle up?
Join our Museum of London Docklands family Facebook group
We've set up a Facebook group for family visitors to the Museum of London Docklands.

We're reliably informed by some of the younger members of staff that this will be a quick and responsive way for you to be part of our museum community, being the first to hear news, ask questions and get the most out of your relationship with the museum.
Family festival of archaeology
Museum of London, London Wall

Sat 13 - Sun 14 July
Join us between 13-14 July for a weekend of free family fun to celebrate the British Festival of Archaeology.

For the weekend we'll be hosting a series of free workshops and events at the Museum of London to nurture the passion of the next generation of archaeologists. 
Exciting news about our new Museum
Be the first to hear
In the coming years, the Museum of London will transform itself and move into a new home within a set of beautiful but empty market buildings in West Smithfield.

We’ll be announcing some important and exciting news about our plans in the next few days. If you want to be the first to hear about it, as well as be kept up to date with all of the latest developments about one of the biggest cultural projects happening in Europe, sign up here.
What's on around Culture Mile
Outdoor Kids Club
The Gardens at London Wall Place, 12-4pm
Each Saturday until the end of July, The Gardens at London Wall Place hosts Culture Mile Explorers: Outdoor Kids Club for families and kids of all ages. Whether it’s rolling a candle from beeswax, beastly storytelling from Barbican Children’s Library or joining the Secret Adventures Club for a fun-filled day of mini-crafting and gardening, each afternoon is packed with free activities that explore nature and the world we live in #PlaytheMile