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Sensory storytelling with Adventure Babies at the Natural History Museum

Sensory storytelling with Adventure Babies at the Natural History Museum

How much is it? £20 for a parent and baby duo.

What age is it suitable for? 0-4yo, from pre-crawlers to toddlers.

Where is it? Natural History Museum, South Kensington.

Sensory storytelling at the Natural History Museum has been designed to engage babies and toddlers at each stage in their development. There are 3 age ranges; pre-crawlers, toddlers up to 2, and little ones up to 4. The story and content is the same across all classes but they're adapted based on what will be most fun for your little one.

Sessions include sensory props, a magical story about the natural world, and a sing-along. Plus, your baby can enjoy messy play without the clean up afterwards while you socialize with other parents.

Entry to the museum is free but sessions are £20 for a parent and baby duo - you can explore the exhibits afterwards. Take a look at the self-guided tours to make sure you don't miss anything!

Adventure Babies run these sessions every other Tuesday, with separate times for the different age groups.

Upcoming dates: 21 February, 7 March, 21 March, 28 March, 18 April, 25 April, May 2 , May 9, May 16, May 23, June 6, June 13, June 20, June 27, July 4, July 11, July 18.


Morning: 11.30-12.15
Early afternoon: 12.45-13.30
Late afternoon: 15.15-16.00

Toddlers up to 2:

Afternoon class: 14.00-14.45

Little ones up to 4:

Morning class: 10.15-11.00

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