This free-flow workshops was perfect with its floor-based activities, including boxes to rummage in, costumes to try on and materials to create with.
Giving toddlers something to make a loud noise with is a crucial measure in making sure they don’t disappear forever into the museum’s infinite loop of galleries.
This month, lose yourselves in immersive exhibitions, interactive theatre, cultural festivals and playful installations.
There was actually no pasta involved whatsoever; not a morsel of macaroni, a strand of spaghetti or a crumb of cannelloni.
The sort of group you’d look forward to all month if you didn’t live so bloody far away it might as well be on Pluto.
Soak up some culture in 2019 with creative family workshops, engaging children’s theatre, classical concerts and illuminating light displays.
Nice, helpful staff, a very chilled atmosphere and ultimately a bit of expensive day out, though totally worth it.
Berlin is about as child-friendly as European cities come and it didn’t take long to work out where all the cool kids hang out.
Babu, being a complete weirdo, gravitated towards the chest of drawers containing various gruesome artefacts.
I made the fairly confident assumption that we wouldn’t be making sexually explicit pottery with our children.