Hello-July

July has finally arrived, and the summer holidays are just around the corner! Here are some great events and exhibitions to keep your little ones active and learning  over the break.

Tiger, Mog and Pink Rabbit: A Judith Kerr Retrospective
29 June – 14 October 2015

© Kerr Kneale Productions
© Kerr Kneale Productions

Celebrate the work of Judith Kerr in a new exhibition at the Jewish Museum opening this Monday. There will be plenty of events an activities for the whole family to get involved in including daily storytelling, crafts, talks, and illustration workshops. For more information, click here.

RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show
30 June 2015 – 5 July 2015

If gardens and flowers are for you, then you really cannot miss this year’s edition of the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Celebrating 25 years, there will be plenty of themed events to mark the anniversary. For more information, click here.

The V&A Museum of Childhood

Romp and Roll
The 4th, 11th, and 18th of  July, 11.00 -11.45 am

Perfect for children between the ages of two and five, these playful dance sessions will have them busting a move in no time. At £3 per child, why not give it a go?

Kites from Kabul
4 July 2015 – 3 January 2016

Presented by Turquoise Mountain, a British charity in Kabul, this exhibition features kites made by both artisans and children  of the Old City of Kabul. A wonderful learning experience for both parents and children, the exhibition begins on the 4th of July.

Westminster Abbey – Summer Holiday Family Events

Westminster Abbey Summer Holiday Events

Starting at the end of July, Westminster Abbey will be hosting a number of summer holiday events for families. Educational, and a wonderful opportunity to get out of the house and learn something new as a family, there well be plenty of things to see and do.

In July, you can attended the following events:

The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party
Tuesday 28th July – 12.30pm, 1.45pm and 3.00pm

Make like a Monarch
Thursday 30th July – 12.30pm, 1.45pm and 3.00pm

As places are limited, booking is recommended. For more information, click here.