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  • Children during a supplementary schools visit playing an object game.

    Yes or no?

    Choose a favourite object and see if others can guess it by asking only questions answered ‘yes’ or ‘no’.

    Tricky…

  • Children studying a case during a supplementary school visit to the Museum of London.

    Remember, remember...

    Study a single case of objects during your visit, and then turn around and see how many objects within it you can name.

    Peep at the end to see what you forgot!

  • A girl viewing an object during a supplementary schools visit to the Museum of London.

    Colour hunt!

    Everyone chooses a colour or material (remember that modern materials like plastic haven’t been around long!). Search galleries for objects the same colour or material.

    Younger children might like to look for shapes as well as colours.

  • A photo of a cuddly toy rat with 1960s earrings and handbag.

    Tail trail map

    Download and print this blank family tree and map to help you find Riley Ratcliffe's relatives on a visit the museum.

    PDF

Family facilities

Lockers

Lockers are available, just ask a member of staff for directions

Cafe and restaurants

Our café is open for snacks, drinks and hot beverages between 10am-4.30pm

Picnic area

Our Rum Store near the foyer has seating for those wanting to bring their own food

Baby changing

We have baby-changing facilities to help keep all our visitors happy, even the littlest!

Family accessibility

The museum is fully accessible to our buggy and wheelchair users

Mudlarks interactive gallery

You will need to book a free ticket to access Mudlarks. Find out more by looking at our What's On page!