What is more fascinating as a parent or French-speaking nanny than to see a child grow, to see its intellect develop? But building their culture and openness to the world is one task that might seem rather overwhelming. Indeed in this golden time for screens, how can one interest a child to history, art and science? How can we drag him or her to a museum, when these temples of culture have prejudices sticking on them as old, boring and unanimated.
Luckily, London is one city that not only offers a great deal of choice when it comes to culture and museums but also, that has completely understood the great challenges of today’s world. Indeed, most of its museums have been able to adapt and now offer a lot of activities and workshops for families. They easily get children, from toddlers to teenagers, interested and wanting for more.
So all you have to do now is take the first step with them and push the doors of these institutions.
Here is an article that gives you 35 addresses to go to: