The V&A Museum of Childhood.
Visits to the Museum are on Saturday 18th November 2017 at 11am and 1.30pm including a sandwich lunch. Please meet at the Museum and book below.
Experts Catherine Howell, Daniel Agnew and Olivia Bristol will be available to share this experience with you and chat over a snack lunch/tea.
The V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green in the East End of London is a branch of the Victoria and Albert Museum, which is the United Kingdom's national museum of applied arts Address: Cambridge Heath Rd, London E2 9PA
Catherine Howell - curator at the Museum of Childhood for the last 26 years; gives a personal tour of her favourite things with insider stories of the museum.
Daniel Agnew - is probably best known for running Christie’s famous teddy bear auctions. He will concentrate his tour on the highlights and the amazing teddy bears and soft toys .
Olivia Bristol - a tour with one of the world's most knowledgeable experts in the field. Highlights of the doll and dolls' house exhibits,
You will have time to go round the Museum on your own and the temporary exhibition will still be the current one on Michael Morpurgo.
The V &A Museum of Childhood is one of the world’s finest collections of children’s toys, doll’s houses, games and costumes. It shines brighter than ever after extensive refurbishment. Part of the Victoria & Albert Museum, the museum has been amassing childhood-related objects since 1872 and continues to do so with ‘Incredibles’ figures complimenting bonkers 1970s puppets, Barbie Dolls and Victorian praxinoscopes. Regular exhibitions are held upstairs, while the café helps to revive flagging grown-ups.