Spring has most definitely sprung in London – with beautiful blue skies and tree blossoms already coating the pavements. As the year races by, I thought I would pause to reflect on how I’m doing on the Take 12 Trips challenge I’ve set myself, and some of the other highlights of the last three months. January… Continue reading Museum Mum Diaries: January-March 2017
As mentioned, I now work full time. FULL TIME. With two under fives (and definitely not forgetting the teen). After a full year in post I’ve (mostly) come to terms with feelings of maternal guilt – knowing I love my job and the kids are happy and well cared for at nursery/school helps enormously. Our weekdays are… Continue reading Museum Mum Travels: 2017 plans
I’ve been on holiday this summer – not just a blogging holiday, but actual family holidays. The type where you spend lots of time together away from home, eat ice-cream on a slightly chilly UK beach, and the kids squabble in the back of the car on the way back. As well as our London outings,… Continue reading Museum Mum’s Summer Postcards
School’s out for summer! Although by now the novelty of no school runs has worn off, you might already be wondering WHAT ON EARTH you’re going to do with your little darlings for the rest of the holidays. Particularly if the weather continues to, erm, surprise us! Fear not, London dwellers. You probably live only… Continue reading 1,000 FREE activities for families – Museum Mum’s August Holiday calendar
Museum Mum is one! It’s been a year since I nervously wrote my first post – and set myself the challenge of reviewing 50 museums or their activities in 12 months. Dear reader, I’m sorry to say that I failed. Whilst I knew my time would be limited, I didn’t quite anticipate how meagre my… Continue reading Failure: an illustrated guide OR Happy Birthday Museum Mum!
Are you and your family the inquisitive type? Have a nosy at your local museum this Open House weekend! On the 20th and 21st September there will be over 800 buildings, neighbourhood walks, architects’ talks, and much more available to explore – including a little known museum gem near you! Get in for free to paid… Continue reading Calling all nosy parkers! Open House 2014: the museum edit
My last review took two and a half weeks to write – this one I’m giving myself two and a half hours*. Why the rush? Because it’s of a fantastic interactive exhibition full of lights, noise and adventure which ends very, very soon! So soon you only have two weekends to fit it in. Held… Continue reading Review: Digital Revolution at the Barbican