Tom’s first choice in museum is the “London transport museum”, which if you know him that would be no surprise! When you buy a ticket to the museum, kids are free and the adult ticket lasts a year so it is great for us, as it is really easy journey so we are regulars (we get our money worth out of our ticket)!
So just the other day I let Tom choose what he would like to do on a Mummy and Thomas afternoon and of course he choose the Transport museum. When you arrive children are given a card to collect stamps on throughout the museum, which Tom always enjoys doing. The museum has transport from the past to present day. You are able to climb on many different types of transport and there are interactive bits for the children to do throughout the museum.
This time we visited there were two new updated play areas. The first area has a bus to climb on and drive, lost property/ information office and an underground train to drive and mend. Tom was totally in his element in this area, whizzing around driving and mending the train, giving messages and sharing information! There are lots of dressing up clothes and props which adds to the fun!
The second area is a play area which includes all the different types of transport even the Emirate cable car and the Thames clipper for the children to play on and drive. It also has a little soft area for the babies.
We have been during school holidays and there are lovely free storytelling and craft sessions. I highly recommend this museum especially if you have children that love transport! xxx