This month, meet the Indigenous Peoples of the Arctic at the British Museum’s new immersive exhibition and frolic among the sculptures at Frieze in the park.
Raising tiny Londoners wouldn’t be half as hilarious without all the family-friendly hangouts, independent kids’ shops and tailored-to-tots activities that we’ve all missed like crazy over these last few miserable months.
The capital’s most innovative, aesthetically pleasing, exciting and often downright weird children’s playgrounds.
This month, meet Van Gogh, Imagine at the Southbank Centre children’s festival and explore a Fairy Tale town at Discover.
The tour was brilliantly interactive, which really helped to bring Dickens’ world to life – even for two three and a half year olds who have literally no idea who Dickens was.
Did the Trojan Horse or even the war that it ended ever actually exist, or is it all a load of Aeneas?
This month’s faves include major new exhibitions at Tate Britain, the RA and the V&A, plus more LDF delights than you’ll possibly have time to see.
From immersive karaoke and a Disney/ska mashup show to skate-deck design and piñata making workshops, this month is all about trying new things.
This month, get mindful with children’s yoga, a wellbeing weekend, thoughtful art workshops and powerful theatre.
I won’t pretend your toddler will be capable of operating any of the machines on its own, but older ones will have a giggle watching your reactions to this quirky cluster of contraptions.