Museums can be entertaining for children if we give them the right approach. On a trip to London we can find museums for children with which they will not only learn but also have a different and fun time.
London is a great city, and in it you can find museums dedicated to the most varied subjects. Here we propose some of the most original and interesting for children, and also for parents.
The famous British Museum is the most important in the United Kingdom, and one of the most complete in Europe. In it we will enjoy works of art and archaeological remains from very different times.
Since it is a very large museum, the best option for children is to choose some works or rooms without trying to cover too much.
Surely a good option is to visit the part dedicated to Egypt, with colorful statues and remains that will arouse your curiosity. Another must-see is the famous Rosetta Stone, where we can explain its historical importance to children.
The British Museum is open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Admission is free, and it also includes special visits for families with workshops for children of different ages.
To discover science in an interesting way, nothing better than this beautiful London museum where children can experiment freely and freely.
From three-dimensional reproductions on IMAX screens to space rocket museums, children can enjoy extensive collections with varied objects and learn through play.
Admission is free, except for temporary exhibitions, the hours go from 10:00 to 18:00.
The wax museum will be one of the children's favorite attractions, it contains reproductions of many historical and current figures, from the Beatles to Prince William of England or Britney Spears.
The entrance fee is £ 30 for adults, £ 28 for children and £ 108 for families. There are discounts for buying the ticket through the museum's website.
The best place to get to know nature and the world around us, children will especially enjoy the animal models in the exhibitions, especially the dinosaurs.
It is well suited to family visits, with workshops, rest areas and many activities and gifts in the museum shop.
Admission is free (except temporary exhibitions) and the hours are from 10:00 a.m. to 5:50 p.m.
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