Games, collections, videos, stories, homework help and family days out from museums and galleries
Across the country hundreds of thousands of animal creatures are preserved in glass jars. We've been finding out why.
Find out more about the women who campaigned for the right to vote in our topic guide on the suffragists and suffragettes.
Have a go at making your own Mancala board with this fun make and do from the Pitt Rivers Museum.
How did people show their love in the middle ages? What did Vice-Admiral Nelson's wedding ring look like? Learn all about the history of tokens of love with Show Me.
Make your own Tyrannosaurus Rex hand puppet with this easy cut out from the British Geological Society
Show Me reveals how things end up in museums, sometimes the story is a bit more complicated than you might think.
Are you doing a project on a famous Victorian? This Show Me guide to the inventor Thomas Edison can help.
We've all heard of lucky charms but have you ever heard of a lucky pig? Discover some of the luckiest animals in London's museums
Discover how sound travels by making your very own ear gongs with the Science Museum.
Make some noise and learn about how sound travels and is amplified with the Science Museum.
Bring this 75 million year old dinosaur back to life with this easy-to-make cut out hand puppet.
What is a museum? There may be more to it than you think. We explore the thinking behind these wonderful places.
Make your own massive bubbles with this how to from the Science Museum
These flying reptiles lived 210 million years ago, bring them back to life with this easy to make hand puppet.
Find out how to make some jewellery inspired by Ancient Rome with this fun and easy guide.
Discover the fun side of Geometry with this shape-shifting activity from the Science Museum.