Last week my brother, sister and I took Raff and Elsie to see the Dinosaurs at The Natural History Museum. Rafferty was in his element – he is just the right age for it. He marvelled at the scale of the dinosaur skeletons in relation to him, and gazed about the rooms full of model animals with sheer delight on his face.
I’d forgotten just what a beautiful building the Natural History Museum is, with it’s impressive high ceilings and striking staircases. The light streamed in through the skylights and made for some interesting pictures. I particularly love the lime green balloon Roo found floating loose in the main hall as a quirky pop of colour in some of these, otherwise subdued, shots.
I have no doubt we’ll go back to the museum many times as a family over the next few years and I am sure that with each visit we’ll notice something new and amazing to be inspired by. What a fantastic resource it is for families, and with free entry, you can’t really go wrong.