In the Know – Interactive activities for the whole family!

In the Know – Interactive activities for the whole family!

This week, we’ve found some spectacular events and exhibitions that will get the whole family involved. With fun workshops and events that delves into London’s rich History and Science to kick your weekend into gear, you’ll not only have a good time but also have an educational experience.

London’s Streets – Free workshop on the history of London
This workshop gives the whole family the chance to view this unique digital look into the history of the City of London and how it has changed over the years. Participants will have the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of popular characters in a Charles Dickens’s novel and design their own future London. The workshop takes place on 7 December at 10am – 12pm at The Salters’ Company, London Wall Place. Entry is free but booking is essential. Follow this link for more details. 

Natural History Museum – Free entry into Science events
The Natural History Museum in Cromwell Road London is currently running several events for the whole family such as “Gaze up at the moon” which has a 6 metre model of the moon featuring lunar images from NASA and an evolving soundscape that allows you to hear what it would be like if you were on the moon. This workshop along with a few others will run until the 5th of January 2020. Booking is not required and entry is free. You can visit their website Natural History Museum to find out more information on upcoming events.

Royal Airforce Museum
Young people who are interested in a career in aviation will enjoy the Air League’s 110th Anniversary exhibition. The Air League actively encourages young men and women to pursue careers in aviation and aerospace and is the largest provider of flying scholarships and bursaries. You can visit the RAF Museum’s website to find out how to explore the many hangars at this museum, located in Graham Parkway, London.

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