Kids' Zone

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A new kids' zone where children can learn about history while climbing, crawling and sliding through various terrains, build their own den, or enjoy soft play areas. There are also areas for dressing-up and reading and a baby play area. Entry is by ticket; there are six, hour-long sessions a day.
Event website: http://www.nam.ac.uk

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Corinne W

Not the easiest place to get to & unless you can get there early, there's no guarantee of getting a ticket to the kids zone. We arrived mid-morning to be told there were tickets for a session in 3 hours. What do we do with two under 3s for 3 hours when there's nothing else around there?! We went home. VERY unfair way of ticketing for those of us who travel in from outside the area. Won't attempt that one again.

ally

A lovely, relaxing place to take young children - what a great idea and use of space NAM!

Kate

We used to go here a lot when it was free and were a bit disappointed to find they were going to start charging. However, they have made so many improvements we'll let them off. If you are used to the all-singing all-dancing ball pit experience it may seem small and low key, but it really engages the children's imaginations and they make up all sorts of role play situations as they climb through the 'ice tunnel' or slide down the inflatable 'waterfall'. My kids (3 and 6) love it. It's clean and well-organised, offers good value for money and staff are friendly and helpful. They limit the numbers sensibly so it never gets too manic. The cafe (upstairs) is pretty good too.