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August 20, 2010


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Selina Kingston

Oh it sounds like you two had a wonderful time. Science and Natural History museums have always been a big hit in our family too...even now !!


We don't live far from Manchester but we've not yet been to the Manchester Museum - but we definitely will after reading this. Sounds like the sort of thing my little girl would love too!
Glad you all had a great time in the city. x


There just isn't the right spot in a living room to house a Asian elephant skeleton is there.

Cathy @ NurtureStore

The Manchester Musuem is great and they have lots of hands-on activity days for kids. Tatton Park is good too, espcially the Home Farm.

Potty Mummy

Sounds great. Any museum with a Darwin theme is OK by me - and did you know that in Moscow they have an entire museum dedicated to him? A little further than Manchester, admittedly...


Sounds like you had a great time


I visited Manchester Museum for the first time a couple of weeks ago, loved it! The art museums are fantastic too!


All brilliant places! Can I recommend Heaton Park too, if you come again? Manchester Art Gallery is fantastic, and the Whitworth Gallery is a beautiful place with a park next door and a brilliant cafe!


Thanks Rosie, I was looking for something to do today.

Manchester Museum it is!

Rosie Scribble

Your two will love it, Dan. Plenty to see and do and small enough not to be walking round for hours!

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