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CHELSEA PHYSIC GARDENS
chelseaphysicgarden.co.uk/
66 Royal Hospital Road Chelsea London SW3 4HS

020 7352 5646

enquiries@chelseaphysicgarden.co.uk

The physic Garden was founded in 1673 with the conceived idea to grow and study medicinal plants. Holding approximately 5000 taxa focused on medicinal plans and those of ethnobotanical interest. In the glasshouse you can find tropical, sub-tropical and Mediterranean species. Visiting the Physics Garden is a delight that you can enjoy with your children, taking into account that children cannot run free due to the variety of trees and plants grown in beds that are protected. Picnics are allowed in the Physic Garden for a pleasant afternoon surrounded by magnificent flowers species and trees.





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GRANT MUSEUM OF ZOOLOGY
www.ucl.ac.uk/museums/zoology

Rockefeller Building

University College London

21 University Street

London

WC1E 6DE

020 3108 2052

The Grant Museum of Zoology is part of the University College London, having been founded in 1828, as a teaching collection. The museum is one of the only remaining university museums in London, comprising a collection of 67,000 specimens, covering the whole Animal Kingdom. At the museums you can find skeletons, mounted animals and specimens preserved in fluids. Family visitors and children accompany by adults are warmly welcome in the museum.





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HORNIMAN MUSEUM AND GARDENS
www.horniman.ac.uk


100 London Road, 
Forest Hill,
SE23 3PQ



The Horniman Museum and Gardens is a South London little gem. The Museum hosts a kirky and sublime collection of antropology , musical instruments and natural history. With free activities for kids, an aquarium, a hands-on base where children can touch museum objects and 16 acres of landscaped gardens , you will be sure to have children entertained for hours. Entry is free, with charges for the aquarium and some exhibitions.
 
 


 


020 8699 1872



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NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
www.nhm.ac.uk

Cromwell Road
SW7 5BD

 


020 7942 5000

Come face to face with a terrifying T. rex or look up at the life-size model of a blue whale that hangs from the gallery ceiling. You can also feel the ground shake under your feet when you enter the Kobe Supermarketearthquake machine.
Winner of Best of the Best in the Museums and Heritage Awards 2013, the Natural History Museum is a world-class visitor attraction and a leading science research centre. 
Through its collections and scientific expertise, The Natural History Museum is helping to conserve the extraordinary richness and diversity of the natural world with groundbreaking projects in more than 68 countries.

NATIONAL ARMY MUSEUM
National Army Museum,
Royal Hospital Road,
Chelsea,
London SW3 4HT



The Museum’s popular Kids’ Zone is now closed

To begin this transformation the Museum is required to undertake a series of preparatory works on the building and the Collection, which will require us to close to the public from 30 April 2014.

In 2016 we will launch our transformed museum with a brand new state-of-the-art Kids’ Zone offer, alongside innovative exhibitions and a new cafe.​

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PLANETARIUM AT THE ROYAL OBSERVATORY
www.rmg.co.uk/whats-on/planetarium-shows

Royal Observatory

Blackheath Avenue

London

SE10 8XJ

020 8312 6608

Founded in 1675 by Charles II, the Royal Observatory features six astronomy galleries, a science and astronomy education centre and the magnificent Peter Harrison Planetarium. Much can be appreciate it from the 120-seater Planetarium strategically constructed with a clever astrological position. Immersed in an exploration of the wonders of the night with real images from spacecraft and telescopes with advance CGI… let yourself be transported to the heart of the sun and distant galaxies.





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SCIENCE MUSEUM
www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/
Exhibition Road
South Kensington
SW7 2DD



Spend hours playing at the Launchpad exploring the principles of physics with its hands-on exhibits. Discover the Wellcome Wing, an area devoted to contemporary science or spend some time in Who am I? a great interactive section of the museum where you will explore what makes you such a wonderful little human being. Small children will love The Basement with its water games and bubble's adventures.

info@sciencemuseum.ac.uk
SproutsArt



74 Moyser Road
Furzedown
SW16 6SQ

To provide a community arts centre which encourages local interest and involvement in arts across a diverse range of mediums.  The centre will provide opportunity for local artists and performers to exhibit and share their skills with all interested local people through workshops and other interactive activities. In this way it will promote art and encourage local residents from all walks of life to share and engage in the diversity and enjoyment of the arts.

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TRANSPORT OF LONDON MUSEUM
http://www.ltmuseum.co.uk
 
London Transport Museum
Covent Garden Piazza
London
WC2E 7BB


020 7379 6344

Conveniently placed in Covent Garden, The Transport of London  Museum is a great place for your family to have fun together and discover the history of London’s famous transport network.  The galleries are full of exhibits for children to play on. We specially love the under-fives play area with the walls covered with Steven Appleby illustrations and the chance to sit in the driver's cab of a bus and drive a Northern Line simulator through tunnels and up to platforms. 

bookings@ltmuseum.co.uk
TATE MODERN
www.tate.org.uk


Tate Modern
Bankside
SE1 9TG



Tate Modern is Britain's national gallery of international modern art holding the national collection of British art from 1900 to the present day alongside international modern and contemporary art. 
The Turbine Hall with its 3,400 square metres of floorspace and it specially-commissioned works by contemporary artists is the perfect platform for introducing your children to contemporary art. 

THE GARDEN MUSEUM
www.gardenmuseum.org.uk

5 Lambeth Palace Road

London

SE1 7LB

020 7401 8865

info@gardenmuseum.org.uk

The Garden Museum was designed by the museum’s president, The Dowager Marchioness of Salisbury. Created in 1980 the museum is also house of the tomb of great plant-hunters, gardeners and collectors, John Tradescant the Elder and Younger. The Garden Museum is a small charming oasis of transcendent atmosphere shared by people who care for plants. Family events are held at the museum during weekends and half-term. Moreover, a little collection is centre for babies and toddlers.
 





THE LONDON FILM MUSEUM
www.londonfilmmuseum.com

45 Wellington Street

Covent Garden

London

WC2E 7BN

020 7836 4913

info@londonfilmmuseum.com

Found in 2008 by Jonathan Sands, originally known as The Movieum of London, the London film museums exhibits props, set pieces, objects, and a gallery where you can watch interviews with starts and clips from TV series that made it into films. Exhibitions that have been held in the past include Charlie Chaplin-The Great Londoner, Ray Harryhause and Myths and Legends.





MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES

 

 

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CHELSEA PHYSIC GARDENS
chelseaphysicgarden.co.uk/
66 Royal Hospital Road Chelsea London SW3 4HS

020 7352 5646

enquiries@chelseaphysicgarden.co.uk

The physic Garden was founded in 1673 with the conceived idea to grow and study medicinal plants. Holding approximately 5000 taxa focused on medicinal plans and those of ethnobotanical interest. In the glasshouse you can find tropical, sub-tropical and Mediterranean species. Visiting the Physics Garden is a delight that you can enjoy with your children, taking into account that children cannot run free due to the variety of trees and plants grown in beds that are protected. Picnics are allowed in the Physic Garden for a pleasant afternoon surrounded by magnificent flowers species and trees.





 
G
GRANT MUSEUM OF ZOOLOGY
www.ucl.ac.uk/museums/zoology

Rockefeller Building

University College London

21 University Street

London

WC1E 6DE

020 3108 2052

The Grant Museum of Zoology is part of the University College London, having been founded in 1828, as a teaching collection. The museum is one of the only remaining university museums in London, comprising a collection of 67,000 specimens, covering the whole Animal Kingdom. At the museums you can find skeletons, mounted animals and specimens preserved in fluids. Family visitors and children accompany by adults are warmly welcome in the museum.





 
H
HORNIMAN MUSEUM AND GARDENS
www.horniman.ac.uk


100 London Road, 
Forest Hill,
SE23 3PQ



The Horniman Museum and Gardens is a South London little gem. The Museum hosts a kirky and sublime collection of antropology , musical instruments and natural history. With free activities for kids, an aquarium, a hands-on base where children can touch museum objects and 16 acres of landscaped gardens , you will be sure to have children entertained for hours. Entry is free, with charges for the aquarium and some exhibitions.
 
 


 


020 8699 1872



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NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
www.nhm.ac.uk

Cromwell Road
SW7 5BD

 


020 7942 5000

Come face to face with a terrifying T. rex or look up at the life-size model of a blue whale that hangs from the gallery ceiling. You can also feel the ground shake under your feet when you enter the Kobe Supermarketearthquake machine.
Winner of Best of the Best in the Museums and Heritage Awards 2013, the Natural History Museum is a world-class visitor attraction and a leading science research centre. 
Through its collections and scientific expertise, The Natural History Museum is helping to conserve the extraordinary richness and diversity of the natural world with groundbreaking projects in more than 68 countries.

NATIONAL ARMY MUSEUM
National Army Museum,
Royal Hospital Road,
Chelsea,
London SW3 4HT



The Museum’s popular Kids’ Zone is now closed

To begin this transformation the Museum is required to undertake a series of preparatory works on the building and the Collection, which will require us to close to the public from 30 April 2014.

In 2016 we will launch our transformed museum with a brand new state-of-the-art Kids’ Zone offer, alongside innovative exhibitions and a new cafe.​

 
P
PLANETARIUM AT THE ROYAL OBSERVATORY
www.rmg.co.uk/whats-on/planetarium-shows

Royal Observatory

Blackheath Avenue

London

SE10 8XJ

020 8312 6608

Founded in 1675 by Charles II, the Royal Observatory features six astronomy galleries, a science and astronomy education centre and the magnificent Peter Harrison Planetarium. Much can be appreciate it from the 120-seater Planetarium strategically constructed with a clever astrological position. Immersed in an exploration of the wonders of the night with real images from spacecraft and telescopes with advance CGI… let yourself be transported to the heart of the sun and distant galaxies.





 
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SCIENCE MUSEUM
www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/
Exhibition Road
South Kensington
SW7 2DD



Spend hours playing at the Launchpad exploring the principles of physics with its hands-on exhibits. Discover the Wellcome Wing, an area devoted to contemporary science or spend some time in Who am I? a great interactive section of the museum where you will explore what makes you such a wonderful little human being. Small children will love The Basement with its water games and bubble's adventures.

info@sciencemuseum.ac.uk
SproutsArt



74 Moyser Road
Furzedown
SW16 6SQ

To provide a community arts centre which encourages local interest and involvement in arts across a diverse range of mediums.  The centre will provide opportunity for local artists and performers to exhibit and share their skills with all interested local people through workshops and other interactive activities. In this way it will promote art and encourage local residents from all walks of life to share and engage in the diversity and enjoyment of the arts.

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TRANSPORT OF LONDON MUSEUM
http://www.ltmuseum.co.uk
 
London Transport Museum
Covent Garden Piazza
London
WC2E 7BB


020 7379 6344

Conveniently placed in Covent Garden, The Transport of London  Museum is a great place for your family to have fun together and discover the history of London’s famous transport network.  The galleries are full of exhibits for children to play on. We specially love the under-fives play area with the walls covered with Steven Appleby illustrations and the chance to sit in the driver's cab of a bus and drive a Northern Line simulator through tunnels and up to platforms. 

bookings@ltmuseum.co.uk
TATE MODERN
www.tate.org.uk


Tate Modern
Bankside
SE1 9TG



Tate Modern is Britain's national gallery of international modern art holding the national collection of British art from 1900 to the present day alongside international modern and contemporary art. 
The Turbine Hall with its 3,400 square metres of floorspace and it specially-commissioned works by contemporary artists is the perfect platform for introducing your children to contemporary art. 

THE GARDEN MUSEUM
www.gardenmuseum.org.uk

5 Lambeth Palace Road

London

SE1 7LB

020 7401 8865

info@gardenmuseum.org.uk

The Garden Museum was designed by the museum’s president, The Dowager Marchioness of Salisbury. Created in 1980 the museum is also house of the tomb of great plant-hunters, gardeners and collectors, John Tradescant the Elder and Younger. The Garden Museum is a small charming oasis of transcendent atmosphere shared by people who care for plants. Family events are held at the museum during weekends and half-term. Moreover, a little collection is centre for babies and toddlers.
 





THE LONDON FILM MUSEUM
www.londonfilmmuseum.com

45 Wellington Street

Covent Garden

London

WC2E 7BN

020 7836 4913

info@londonfilmmuseum.com

Found in 2008 by Jonathan Sands, originally known as The Movieum of London, the London film museums exhibits props, set pieces, objects, and a gallery where you can watch interviews with starts and clips from TV series that made it into films. Exhibitions that have been held in the past include Charlie Chaplin-The Great Londoner, Ray Harryhause and Myths and Legends.