KEEPING the kids busy won’t be too tricky this half term, with a full range of activities and exhibitions at the Design Museum.
On Sunday (February 16), from 1.30pm to 2.30pm, they can take a closer look at key designs which have shaped the modern world and use them to inspire their own creativity.
Vibrant London-based illustrator Hennie Haworth will teach you them how to add some Ooh to their wardrobes and talk about her incredibly cool, fashion-themed sticker art book at the Accessorize drop-in session from 1pm to 3.30pm on Friday (February 21).
A drop-in hat workshop is on Sunday (February 23) from 2pm to 5pm and all half term, youngsters can pop by the Table space on the second floor to produce their own fashion design.
Exhibitions include Hello My Name is Paul Smith and Barber Osgerby- In the Making.
The design museum is open 10am to 5.45pm daily. Admission costs £12.40 adults, £9.30 for students or unemployed, £5.60 for under 16s and is free for under 6s.
Go to designmuseum.org
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