Events at Museum of London in February

February 1, 2009toFebruary 28, 2009

4 Feb – Toddlers and Carers Group
Learn, play and explore together in this hands-on, creative session for under 5s and their carers. Every Wednesday during term-time.
Duration: 1 hour(s) .
Advanced booking required.
No fee
3.30pm

11 Feb – Toddlers and Carers Group
Learn, play and explore together in this hands-on, creative session for under 5s and their carers. Every Wednesday during term-time.
Duration: 1 hour(s) .
Advanced booking required.
No fee
3.30pm

14 Feb – All dressed-up
Find what rich and poor children wore in Tudor London and make a stick puppet to take home. What will you choose, itchy wool or smooth velvet?
Duration: 1 hour(s) 30 mins.
No fee
12.30pm & 2.30pm

14 Feb – Next patient please!
Only the rich could afford to visit a doctor in Tudor times – the poor treated most illnesses themselves with home-made remedies. Discover the secrets behind some of these remedies and hear tales of doctors, leeches and blood-letting.
Duration: 1 hour(s) 30 mins.
No fee
11.30am & 1.30pm

14 Feb – Tudors rich and poor
Hear the amusing story of ‘Rich Spencer’, who’s daughter was carried away in a bread basked by her fiance. Set in Tudor times, the story tells of rich and poor Londoners and gives a sense of what life was like at the end of the 16th century.
Duration: 30 mins.
No fee
1.0pm & 2.0pm & 3.0pm

15 Feb – Tudors rich and poor
Hear the amusing story of ‘Rich Spencer’, who’s daughter was carried away in a bread basked by her fiance. Set in Tudor times, the story tells of rich and poor Londoners and gives a sense of what life was like at the end of the 16th century.
Duration: 30 mins.
No fee
1.0pm & 2.0pm & 3.0pm

15 Feb – Next patient please!
Only the rich could afford to visit a doctor in Tudor times – the poor treated most illnesses themselves with home-made remedies. Discover the secrets behind some of these remedies and hear tales of doctors, leeches and blood-letting.
Duration: 1 hour(s) 30 mins.
No fee
11.30am & 1.30pm

15 Feb – All dressed-up
Find what rich and poor children wore in Tudor London and make a stick puppet to take home. What will you choose, itchy wool or smooth velvet?
Duration: 1 hour(s) 30 mins.
No fee
12.30pm & 2.30pm

16 Feb – Child’s play
Find out how children in Tudor London entertained themselves. In this creative art workshop you will have the chance to make some of the games they played and to take them home.
Duration: 1 hour(s) 30 mins.
No fee
12.30pm & 2.30pm

16 Feb – Living in two worlds
This story and role-play session will take you back to one of the houses on Old London Bridge in 16th century London. What was life like for the rich and how did the less well-off make their way in the Tudor world.
Duration: 30 mins.
No fee
1.0pm & 2.0pm & 3.0pm

17 Feb – Living in two worlds
This story and role-play session will take you back to one of the houses on Old London Bridge in 16th century London. What was life like for the rich and how did the less well-off make their way in the Tudor world.
Duration: 30 mins.
No fee
1.0pm & 2.0pm & 3.0pm

17 Feb – Child’s play
Find out how children in Tudor London entertained themselves. In this creative art workshop you will have the chance to make some of the games they played and to take them home.
Duration: 1 hour(s) 30 mins.
No fee
12.30pm & 2.30pm

18 Feb – Child’s play
Find out how children in Tudor London entertained themselves. In this creative art workshop you will have the chance to make some of the games they played and to take them home.
Duration: 1 hour(s) 30 mins.
No fee
12.30pm & 2.30pm

18 Feb – My Tudor house
Explore pictures, objects and smells from Tudor times and then make your own Tudor house that you would like to live in. A hands-on creative session for children aged 2-5 years and their carers.
Duration: 30 mins.
No fee
1.0pm & 2.0pm & 3.0pm

18 Feb – Tudors rich and poor
Hear the amusing story of ‘Rich Spencer’, who’s daughter was carried away in a bread basked by her fiance. Set in Tudor times, the story tells of rich and poor Londoners and gives a sense of what life was like at the end of the 16th century.
Duration: 30 mins.
No fee
12.0pm & 1.20pm & 2.40pm

19 Feb – Who lived on a street like this?
This art workshop will transport you back in time to the streets of Tudor London. How was the Strand different to Bishopsgate and where did the maid live?
Duration: 1 hour(s) 30 mins.
No fee
12.30pm & 2.30pm

19 Feb – Tudor innkeeper
Meet Annie Watling, a Tudor innkeeper, and find out about the dangers of city life and the entertainment of the day. Listen to tales about her guests.
Duration: 30 mins.
No fee
1.0pm & 2.0pm & 3.0pm

20 Feb – Tudor innkeeper
Meet Annie Watling, a Tudor innkeeper, and find out about the dangers of city life and the entertainment of the day. Listen to tales about her guests. This event is BSL interpreted.
Duration: 30 mins.
No fee
1.0pm & 2.0pm & 3.0pm

20 Feb – Who lived on a street like this?
This art workshop will transport you back in time to the streets of Tudor London. How was the Strand different to Bishopsgate and where did the maid live?
Duration: 1 hour(s) 30 mins.
No fee
12.30pm & 2.30pm

20 Feb – Streetwise Opera
Enjoy the sounds of Streetwise Opera, a professional music group composed of those who have experienced homelessness. In conjunction with our ‘Homelessness In the Capital’ exhibition at Museum of London.
Duration: 45 mins.
No fee
2.0pm

21 Feb – Dinner’s ready!
See the tables laid for dinner and find out about the diets of rich and poor Tudor Londoners. Would you prefer stale bread and broth or fowl and wine? Be careful with the salt, it’s very expensive.
Duration: 5 hour(s) .
No fee
11.0am

21 Feb – Tudor innkeeper
Meet Annie Watling, a Tudor innkeeper, and find out about the dangers of city life and the entertainment of the day. Listen to tales about her guests.
Duration: 30 mins.
No fee
1.0pm & 2.0pm & 3.0pm

22 Feb – Dinner’s ready!
See the tables laid for dinner and find out about the diets of rich and poor Tudor Londoners. Would you prefer stale bread and broth or fowl and wine? Be careful with the salt, it’s very expensive.
Duration: 5 hour(s)
No fee
11.0am

22 Feb – My Tudor house
Explore pictures, objects and smells from Tudor times and then make your own Tudor house that you would like to live in. A hands-on creative session for children aged 2-5 years and their carers.
Duration: 30 mins.
No fee
1.0pm & 2.0pm & 3.0pm

22 Feb – Tudor innkeeper
Meet Annie Watling, a Tudor innkeeper, and find out about the dangers of city life and the entertainment of the day. Listen to tales about her guests.
Duration: 30 mins.
No fee
12.0pm & 1.20pm & 2.40pm

25 Feb – Toddlers and Carers Group
Learn, play and explore together in this hands-on, creative session for under 5s and their carers. Every Wednesday during term-time.
Duration: 1 hour(s) .
Advanced booking required.
No fee
3.30pm

Details

Museum of London
London Wall, EC2Y 5HN
Open Daily 10am-6pm
Last Admission 5.30pm

020 7001 9844

www.museumoflondon.org.uk