V&A Museum of Childhood

The V&A Museum of Childhood is located in London's Bethnal Green and has a great collection of childhood related objects and artefacts, spanning the 1600s to the present day.

The collection includes toys - including dolls, dolls' houses, puppets and teddy bears - games, childcare, clothing, furniture and art and photography, and displays, a wide variety of activities. Great fun for all the family. They also run temporary exhibitions and we was lucky enough to see called Beautiful Games which is on until the 9th September the exhibition looking at the sport behind science, featuring over 70 examples of cutting edge sports equipment and historic memorabilia.

Review
It was a fun day out - although I had taken the boys there a couple of years ago they really enjoyed looking at the toys and interacting with the activities and exhibitions on offer.
A great day out and it was free to get in. I had a nice time reminiscing at the toys I once had owned.
We will defiantly visit again in the near future.

Sindy Dream Dancer 1984
Beautiful Games exhibition
Binatone 1970-1980 - This was our family game 
Cars and Scooters
Magnetic Activities
Activities
Imaginative Games
Reminiscing - Space Invaders Game 1980-1983 - I loved This
Toys from 1970-19802
He Man Toys
Toys Old and Modern
Selection of Toys
Care Bears
Boys Toys

1 comment

  1. Ahhh cool my kids would love that museum! Was it free? I find it hard to find anything to do with my kids in the summer, without spending a fortune! I did find some free stuff sites that offer kids free days out! Which helped! Anyway thank you for the lovely blog, your kids are adorable. :)

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