Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Julia Donaldson exhibition

Woke up this morning with nothing in the diary, so to avoid a very long day at home, I made a last minute decision to take the kids into Birmingham. The fact that I wanted to visit the Rag Market may have helped sway the decision too! 

It's been a lovely day, we also got to have lunch with Daddy, and see his office which was a bonus for the kids. Eden especially liked waving to him at hisoffice window   from Victoria Square.

The exhibition itself was perhaps a little pricey to get in, but worth every penny if you have toddlers (free) and preschoolers . There's loads of activities geared at preschoolers, and the whole exhibition is very interactive and fun. We spent nearly 3 hours there (just in the exhibition, we didn't go to the rest if the museum today), and if it hadn't been planned so last minute and I'd been more prepared I think we would've stayed longer. Eden loved the 'Squash and a squeeze' house, and Asher liked all the colourful displays, and the boulders to build with from cave babies. 

Here's just a few of the many photos I took today: 

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