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What’s on at the weekend? – 29, 30 July 2017

Posted by on Friday, 28 July, 2017 in What's on at the weekend?

What’s on at the weekend? – 29, 30 July 2017

The outlook is distinctly gloomy this weekend, so here are a few indoor activities to keep your little ones entertained despite the weather…

The Postal Museum Opening Family Extravaganza

The brand new Postal Museum opens this weekend with face painting, story-telling, costumed actors, artist sessions, arts and crafts, food and drink, and family activities for under 11s. Be one of the first visitors through the door! Tickets cost from £10 (adults), free for children. More details here

PJ Masks at Oxygen Freejumping, Acton and Croydon, until 3 September 2017

Oxygen Freejumping’s Little O’s toddler sessions are taking on a PJ Masks theme over the Summer. You can take on three challenges to learn to leap like Catboy, grip like Gekko and fly like Owlette. There will be fancy dress and prizes too. Suitable for under 5s, tickets cost £5. Use the code PJ20 for a 20% discount when booking online. More details here

V&A Museum of Childhood Holiday Activities

The V&A Museum of Childhood has family activities throughout the Summer holidays. There are sessions suitable for different ages from 6 months up, including Little Hands Playtime (6 to 18 months), multi-sensory storytelling (18 months to 4 years), the Morpurgo Reading Marathon (5 years upwards), Artsmarts (all ages) and more. Free. Check out the calendar here

The Carrot’s Journey, Discover Children’s Story Centre, 11am, 1pm and 3pm every day, until 13 August 2017

Shelter your toddler from the rainy July weather this weekend with Discover’s session for under 3s The Carrot’s Journey. Expect a new take on some familiar pop songs and sparkly lights, as you join the centre’s Story Builders on an adventure following the carrot’s journey through the body. Included in admission to Discover (adults and children cost £6.50, under 2s free). More details here

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