The museum itself has lots of interactive ideas to help young visitors learn while exploring.
23. British Museum
- See the British Museum Visitor Guide.
24. Museum of London
- See the Museum of London Visitor Guide.
26. Crystal Palace Park Dinosaurs
29. Tate Modern
Tate Modern is the national gallery of contemporary art and is housed in a former power station so the 'Turbine Hall' is a large indoor space and many small people love the slope. All of the Tate galleries are very family friendly and it's not a quiet place so children can be themselves.
The Under 5s Zone is great for little ones to explore and every weekend families are welcome in the Clore Learning Centre to create artworks in the 'Open Studio'. The Interactive Zone in Level 5 will entertain and challenge all age groups with games and multimedia ideas. And don't forget to go out on the balcony at Level 4 to look across the river Thames to St. Paul's Cathedral. While visiting the permanent exhibitions is free, if you choose to buy a ticket for a special exhibition under 12s can visit for free if they are with an adult.
- See the Tate Modern Visitor Guide
30. Tate Britain
- See the Tate Britain Visitor Guide