What are museum trips?
Museum Trips are a great way of introducing children to various art movements and an opportunity to discover art in a fun and educational way. Children receive an activity book, look, discuss, draw chosen works of art and even dress up!
There is one visit organised every half term and it usually takes place on the first Saturday of the month.
So far we have visited Tate Modern, National Gallery, Courtault Gallery, Royal Academy of Art and the Wallace Collection. Our forthcoming outings are going to take place at the National Portrait Gallery, The Victoria and Albert Museum and Tate. We might also visit Late Works by Rembrandt exhibition at the National Gallery.