Featuring play things designed by Ken Garland, Roger Limbrick, Patrick Rylands and Fredun Shapur, this exhibition brings together the best in British Modernist toy design from those who led the way. During the 1960s and '70s, a number of designers began to rethink the way in which children play, designing objects that would result in the best experience for them. These four were pioneers of the change, and visitors will be lucky enough to see creations from each of their own personal archives. A number of free workshops for children between 7-12 will also run alongside the exhibition. Find out more here.