Get out and about this summer! There are so many brilliant shows on in London - these are all family-friendly and recommended by a&u:
Spring is here and the butterflies have arrived at the Natural History Museum!
The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes
Nathan Sawaya is BRILLIANT once again. Book now for DC Super Heroes.
Stories from the City: The Bank of England in literature
Explore the bank’s literary connections over the last three centuries. Opens 19 July.
California Designing Freedom
Cutting edge Californian design at it's very best! Kids will love the dinky Waymo self-drive car and cool Snapchat sunglasses
Picturing Hetty Feather
Discover the world of Hetty Feather at the Foundling Museum.
The Robot Zoo
Discover the mechanisms that give animals their amazing abilities at the Horniman.
The City is Ours
Find out how you can improve city life in this interactive exhibitions. Opens 14 July, Museum of London.
BP Portrait Award 2017
The increasingly popular BP Portrait Award returns for a 38th year at the National Portrait Gallery.
Franklin: Death in the ice
Uncover the mystery of Franklin's lost crew. Opens 14 July, National Maritime Museum.
Michael Morpurgo: A Lifetime in Stories
Celebrate the life and writing of this adored storyteller. Opens 22 July, National Museum of Childhood.
Take One Picture
Children's works are showcased this summer at The National Gallery.
The Summer Exhibition 2017
This year's Summer Exhibition packs a punch.
Matisse in the Studio
Peer into Matisse's personal collection. Opens 5 Aug, The Royal Academy of Arts.
Robots: The 500 year quest to make machines human
Fantastic Robots opens at the science museum. Humanoid and animatronic robots like you have never seen before. GO!
A multi-sensory show with a fully functioning perfume laboratory. Opens 21 June, Somerset House.
Kids will love her dazzling kaleisdoscopic colourful paintings. Opens 13 June, Tate Modern.
Giacometti Tate Modern Review
Children will love the distinctive elongated figures in this major Giacometti show
The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains Review
Flying pigs, psychedelic lights and experimental sounds: why Pink Floyd at the V&A will wow your kids
Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion
Mini fashionistas head to the V&A to marvel at Balenciaga, and try a spot of dressing up!