V&A Museum of Childhood launch VTech Digi-Fun

If you’re looking for family fun activities to keep both kids (and adults!) entertained this summer holiday, the look no further this summer the V&A Museum of Childhood has teamed up with the number one manufacturer
in children’s electronic learning toys, VTech, to offer a truly unique series of workshops which will to introduce children to the exciting possibilities of the digital word in a fun and engaging way.

Ideal for children aged 4 -9 years old; the Digi-Fun workshops are running every Saturday over the school summer holidays at 2pm from the 23rd July to the 27th August. These free sessions each last one hour and will give children the opportunity to explore, invent and create with the very latest kid-friendly technology.

VTech Digi-Fun Family Workshops, Saturdays, 23, 30 July and 6, 13, 20, 27 August 2011
14.00-15.00. To book please visit www.vam.ac.ukcc

For more information visit the VTech Facebook page – www.facebook.com/vtechtoysuk.com





  1. July 19, 2011 / 7:26 am

    This museum is amazing. We have been here several times and the kids love the interactivity of it all. Free and safe for chidlren to run around it gets my vote.

  2. July 19, 2011 / 10:25 am

    I love the Museum of Childhood: the noisiest museum in the world! I have children aged 1 and 3. They can run around, play with lego and get in the sandpit. Parents can wander down a nostalgic memory lane of toys from the 1970’s. The Museum is free and you can bring a packed lunch for the picnic area. Don’t miss Victoria Park nearby if it’s a sunny day.

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