Posts Tagged ‘Museum Diary’

Visiting the famous Malmska Valen

Happy Museum Monday! This week we have another great museum to share with you from our trip to Gothenburg a couple of years ago – still one of my favourite family holidays to date. Natural history is always a winner with kids, so when we were in Gothenburg we of course had to visit the […] Read more…

Learning About Nature at Berlin’s Forest Museum

Happy Museum Monday everyone! I’ve got another great little hidden gem from Berlin for you today. It’s been a couple of years since we visited this museum, but I am reassured it’s still there and even if some little details may have changed the essence of it is still the same. Tucked away in Berlin’s […] Read more…

The Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum

This past weekend we took a day trip to Dunfermline, across the water from Edinburgh in Fife. The Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum in Dunfermline has been nominated for this year’s Family Friendly Museum Award, so we thought we’d check it out. I last visited there with kids when my eldest was just 9 months old, […] Read more…

Family Fun at the Statens Museum for Kunst

Happy Museum Monday! We have another fabulous museum from Copenhagen to share with you this week: The Statens Museum for Kunst, or the National Gallery of Denmark. I think it’s also the first art gallery we’ve reviewed in our Monday series so far. It’s been a couple of years since we visited, but I’ve checked […] Read more…

A Worker’s Life at the Arbejdermuseet

Happy Museum Monday! Today’s museum recommendation comes from one of my favourite cities – Copenhagen. It has some fantastically family-friendly museums, one of which is the Arbejdermuseet. It’s been a while since we visited, but from what I gather it’s not changed much. The Arbejdermuseet – or in English ‘Worker’s Museum’ – was opened in the early 1980s by […] Read more…

Exploring Evolution at the Neanderthal Museum

Happy Museum Monday! We’re just back from our summer holiday in Germany, and have a fab museum that we visited on our travels to share with you. The Neanderthal Museum in Mettmann is located at the site of the first Neanderthal man discovery in the Neandertal (Tal is German for valley) and tells the story […] Read more…

Wuppertal’s Sculpture Park Waldfrieden

Happy Museum Monday! Since we are spending our summer holidays in Wuppertal this year – one of Germany’s lesser known and underrated towns – I’m going to share a bit of a gem from there with you in the form of the fantastic sculpture park ‘Skulpturenpark Waldfrieden’, which already stuns you with artworks as you approach. […] Read more…

Yokohama Anpanman Children’s Museum & Mall

Happy Museum Monday! Today I have the last museum from our trip to Japan this past February to share with you, and it’s the Anpanman Museum in Yokohama. Who is Anpanman, I hear you ask? Well, the Japanese are known to make cute cartoon characters out of pretty much anything, so it won’t surprise you […] Read more…

A Tropical Rainforest at Biosphäre Potsdam

Happy Museum Monday! Today’s pick isn’t technically a museum, but it includes museum-like exhibits so I’m going to let it count. We visited the ‘Bisophäre Potsdam’ a couple years ago when we were living in Berlin. It’s located in the city of Potsdam, in the state of Brandenburg, which is right next door to Berlin. […] Read more…

Göteborgs Stadsmuseum with Kids

Happy Museum Monday! We’re heading back to Sweden with this week’s recommendation. Our trip to Gothenburg (or Göteborg, as it’s known in Sweden) a couple years ago is one of my favourite family holidays to date, and the host of family friendly museums in Gothenburg were a big part of that. I’ve previously shared our […] Read more…

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