Bring the London Children’s Museum to you with hands-on programs designed to engage both children and their grown-ups. Tell us how we can help you create a play-filled event!
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Become an engineer as you design, build, test, and evaluate your own structure. Investigate the impact of different forces and explore how a structure’s shape impacts its stability.
Materials: Lego Wall, K’Nex, Straws & Connectors
Get hands-on with nature, explore loose parts, and dissect seeds. Use biodegradable ice cream cones to grow a seedling that can be planted right into your garden at home!
Materials: Cone Planters, Soil & Seeds, Natural Loose Parts
Discover the effects of gravity’s pull using paint, marbles and meteorites. Explore how gravity works on different sized objects and witness non-contact forces in action.
Materials: Magnetic Marble Run, Meteorite Kit, Marble Painting
Out Of This World
Indulge your imagination and explore life beyond the stars. Build a miniature space shuttle, design a planet, and discover what happens when meteors crash land on earth!
Materials: Meteorite Kit, K’Nex, Art Supplies
Science of Sound
Learn about the mechanics of sound using tuning forks and a resonance bowl. Visualize sound waves and learn how these waves translate to sound when they interact with your ear.
Materials: Tuning Forks, Resonance Bowl, Drums
Shapes, Impressions & Patterns
Investigate the intersection of art and science in this open-ended program. Use colours, light, shadows, and geometric shapes to create your own designs and explore repeating patterns.
Materials: Supersized Mandala, Geometric Blocks, Art Supplies
Share your ideas for the London Children’s Museum’s future home at 100 Kellogg Lane! Using real floor plans, build, draw, and tell us about your hopes and dreams for our new space.
Materials: Building Blocks, Construction Tools, Floor Plans