Posts Tagged ‘museum’

The Cutting Edge of Museums. Literally.

Happy Museum Monday everyone! This week, I have another curiosity from our travels around the world’s museums to share with you – the <Deutsches Klingenmuseum> which literally translates as the German Blade Museum. The Blade Museum is located in Solingen, famous as the ‘town of blades’ for hundreds of years, with blades for swords and […] Read more…

The Världskulturmuseet in Gothenburg with Kids

Happy Museum Monday! We’re back with another great museum for kids to share with you – The Världskulturmuseet (or World Culture Museum) in Gothenburg. We visited this during an Easter holiday a couple of years ago, and I think it’s possibly one of our favourite museum experiences ever with kids. In fact, we loved it […] Read more…

The Jewish Museum Berlin with Kids

Hey, February! How did we get here so quickly already? To mark the new month, I’ve decided to introduce a new feature to the blog. As you may or may not know, I’m very passionate about taking kids to museums, so I’m going to introduce a regular ‘Museum Monday’ slot, where I will be both […] Read more…

Historical Funfair at Berlin’s Domäne Dahlem

Two weeks ago we took a day trip out to Domäne Dahlem, an estate and museum site in one of Berlin’s outer districts. Together, the estate’s working farm and the museum demonstrate the food chain from production and processing through to marketing and consumption. On this occasion they were holding an historical funfair, one of several […] Read more…