Victoria and Albert Museum of Childhood
The UK’s National Museum of Childhood is the sister museum to the slightly older V&A. It is the largest museum dedicated to childhood in the world, capturing the experiences of our younger years and protecting the various collections in Britain. This stretches back to as early as the 1600s through to today, recalling all the long forgotten treasured items that brought us so much joy as nippers.
The museum opened in 1872 and can be found in Bethnal Green in East London, the ideal place to represent the varied cultures and experiences held within its walls. Alongside the ever growing permanent collections, exhibitions and events run throughout the year, as well as with interactive workshops and educational events.
Tel: 020 8983 5200