V & A Museum : April Family Art : Costumes & Architecture

Family Art Fun at the V & A Museum : Easter Holidays 2013


The Imagination Station (Free : Drop In) Saturday 30 March – Sunday 14 April, 10.30–17.00

Invent your own coat of arms and create a personalised flag or shield with symbols from around the Museum. The Imagination Station is all about creativity and ideas, explore our galleries and let your imagination run wild!On Saturdays and Sundays you can join in with Digital kids and transform into a Tudor using digital photography.


Tudor Tales (Free : Drop In) : Saturdays & Sundays, 30 March – 14 April, 11.00, 13.00 & 15.00

Hear stories of Kings, Queens and overseas adventures as they are brought to life in the galleries.

Tudor Tunes (Free : Drop In): Monday 1 – Friday 5 April, 11.00, 13.00 & 15.00 : 

Listen to original Tudor music and see the instruments they would have played.

DIGITAL KIDS : Saturdays & Sundays 30 March – 14 April, 10.30-17.00 

Have fun creating your own digital art with help from experts. In these sessions, use digital photography to transform yourself into a Tudor!  Recommended for ages 5+ : Limited places available daily


MAKE-IT : Armour (£7.50 per child) Monday 1 – Friday 5 April, 10.30-12.30 & 14.30-16.30


Create a unique piece of Armour with fashion designer Juliana Sissons.
Children must be accompanied by an adult, max 1 adult per child.
Recommended for ages 5-12 years. Advance booking essential. Book online or call 020 7942 2211

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NEW Discovering Architecture

Discovering Architecture Tour (Free : booking required )
Monday 8 April, 11.00 (duration 30 minutes)

Meet architect Mike Davies from Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and explore his favourite parts of the V&A for a special event to celebrate the launch of the new Discovering Architecture Back-pack. 

Discovering Architecture Back-Pack (Free Drop In)
Available from Monday 8 April, 10.30-17.00
(last pack given out at 16.00)

Created with Architect Mike Davies from Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, learn about architectural drawings, colour, ‘connecting spaces’, light and materials. Then construct a model and draw your own building.