V&A exhibitions are generally always worth a punt. I mean I can’t remember ever coming out of anything they’ve put on and going “well that was shit”.
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.
With more than 50 interactives across the entire gallery, there’s plenty to keep tiny hands occupied.
This is as family-friendly as exhibits come with its interactive design and costumes you can’t resist dressing your little Christopher Robin up in.
I was initially dispirited by the floor cushions that had been laid out in a semicircle out of snack-slinging distance of the host.
What?: I’ve taken Bab to the V&A a few times, with mixed results. There was the time we went for an aimless wander and she got absolutely covered in museum-floor filth, kept trying to prod the priceless artefacts and pissed off a waitress by recarpeting the cafe floor with Petit Filous
An abundance of toddle space and enough lights, sounds and hanging stuff to keep kids and adults entertained