Children at V&A Museum of Childhood
The V&A Museum of Childhood unveils its million pound transformation
It's been closed for just over a year, but on Saturday 9 December the V & A Museum of Childhood reopens it's doors to the public.
A few facts about The V & A Museum of Childhood
After a year under wraps the V&A Museum of Childhood is poised to reopen its doors to the public. It's the second phase of the Museum's development masterplan which aims to provide essential facilities for its priority audiences of schools and community groups.
The East End architects, Caruso St John, who completed Phase 1 in April 2003, have set about creating a new face for the 130 year old building.
Check out the thoughts of the Museum's Director and the Architect behind the multi-million pound transformation.
Where and when to go
The Museum opens on Saturday 9 December at 12pm
V&A Museum of Childhood
If you're planning a trip to the museum we'd love to hear your views about how it's changed. Email us a paragraph or so about the best things you've seen and what you liked most.
Do you think childhood in London has changed for the better or the worse? What do today's children have that you wished you'd had and what do you think they've missed out on?
last updated: 01/01/2008 at 19:12