Posts tagged with 'family friendly'
28 September 2018 by Ann
The Lady Lever Art Gallery was named in memory of Lord Lever’s wife Elizabeth and was built to house an art collection to share with Lever’s soap factory workers. It’s always been about community and inclusion and today is no different. It’s not uncommon for us to hear parents say they don’t think the gallery is for them as they fear they’ll be too noisy or it’ll go over the kids’ heads. We’d like to shout from the top of our beautiful glass domes that we love noise, creativity and little ones and we’d love you to come and visit! Read more…
2 November 2016 by Jo Keenan
The Education team at the Lady Lever Art Gallery have launched new resources for family visitors as part of our Heritage Lottery Funded project work.
The resources link to the recently refurbished South End galleries and are free to borrow from the Welcome Desk on arrival. Read more…
3 December 2014 by Lynn
We think it’s a great place for kids. Happily for us, it’s not just us that think this – World Museum has just won the ‘Best day out for under 12s’ at the Family Go Live awards. Yay!
So, what is it that appeals most to children at the museum?
18 August 2014 by Mitty
So we’re in the midst of the summer holidays!! Here at the International Slavery Museum we have great free events every day of the week for all to enjoy, so far we’ve been having fun with flags, making funky shakers and also decorating traditional West African mask designs. Loads of you come every day to enjoy our sessions and we would love to see what you are making!
17 December 2013 by Mitty
Just thought I’d let you know about our festive craft activities that we’ll be running later this month. You might think it would be Christmas but it’s actually the lesser known festival of Kwanzaa. It is an African-American celebration of family community and culture. This Pan-African celebration takes place between Christmas and New Year and we’ll be making kwanzaa cards to celebrate. If you ask very nicely we might even get out the glitter glues! Read more…