Science Museum and Princess Diana Memorial Playground
Yesterday we went to the Science Museum for a family day organised by J’s firm. First thing at 1pm was a show about bubbles, the kids got to see bubbles made the ordinary way and also using helium and dry ice. There was lots of laughter and shouting and audience participation. Oskar got to stand inside a giant bubble which of course made his day :)
Afterwards we walked over to Hyde Park and went to the Princess Diana playground – we call it the pirate playground though, because of the giant pirate ship there. It’s a great playground with lots to do and a lot of different areas to explore. Even though it is extremely crowded on a sunny day, we love it there.
Making a motorised jitterbug at the Science Museum.
Oskar opted to make a windmill instead.
A bubble made with dry ice – when it pops it’s just ‘smoke’.
Boys in the bubble.
A picnic in Hyde Park after the museum, we got goodie bags with lunches to take away with us.
Portrait with a boy and his apple juice (and jitterbug).
The pirate ship.
The Indian ‘village’.