Architecture at home, a series of family-friendly activities offered in partnership with the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development, gathers new activities and design challenges on their website, Facebook, and Instagram.
New activities for children whilst at home, away from school. Include drawing, making, playing, thinking, reading, watching, and other activities to keep your kids entertained - for at least a few hours!
The Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Classroom is a resource center developed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s education department as a free online learning tool for K-12 students and virtual engagement for families.
Mini Picassos is an art school for children who are excited about art, artists and being creative. Through the exploration of a huge range of materials, art techniques and great projects we aim to inspire our students to realise their full artistic potential.
Brighten up your winter evenings with a visit to Chiswick House and Gardens, where Lightopia, a brand new immersive and visually dramatic lantern and light festival is transforming the historic property and its grounds. Let the kids explore the unique interactive and immersive installations, destined to create unforgettable memories and provide alternative family fun throughout the festival season.
The V&A always has so much to offer families with art trails, hands-on galleries and backpacks that let kids go on adventures through history and this Half Term is no exception. Designed to ensure families can get inspired and involved in their wonderful exhibitions while encouraging play and learning through the diverse V&A collection and temporary exhibitions.