V&A Museum of Childhood

Housing the V&A's collection of childhood-related objects and artefacts

Welcoming over 400,000 visitors through its doors every year, the V&A Museum of Childhood in London's Bethnal Green houses the Victoria and Albert Museum's collection of childhood-related objects and artefacts, spanning the 1600s to the present day.

The collection features toys - including dolls, dolls' houses, puppets and teddy bears - games, childcare, clothing, furniture and art and photography. In addition, the Museum runs a dynamic programme of temporary exhibitions and displays, a wide variety of activities, events and workshops for adults and families, outreach projects in hospitals and the local community, and an award-winning programme for schools.

What's On?

Daydreams and Diaries, the Story of Jacqueline Wilson

5 April - 2 November 2014

It’s My Party

20 September - 15 July 2015

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V&A Museum of Childhood, Cambridge Heath Road, London, E2 9PA

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