Get ready for the doors to fling open!
We could squeal with excitement. Museums, Galleries and some of our most favourite family attractions are busily posting their reopening dates. Pre-booking is vital and it may well feel rather different with one-way systems BUT hallelujah - we can start getting back in.
We're heading to the National Gallery this Saturday for a press view so check back next week and we'll let you know what it's like.
Here's a round up of the ones you can visit in the next week or so.
The Garden Museum - 4 July
RAF Museum - 6 July
National Army Museum - 7 July
The National Gallery - 8 July
The Foundling Museum - 8 July
The Barbican - 13 July (Art Gallery)
White Chapel Gallery - 14 July
The Wallace Collection - 15 July
Royal Academy - 16 July (RA friends from 9 July)
Cutty Sark - 20 July (free child's ticket with paying adult)
British Library - 22 July (some reading rooms)
Tate - 27 July
The greenhouses at Kew Gardens will be open for a leafy walk-through from this Saturday plus the team at Legoland will be ready to play again. Hever Castle will also be hosting up their drawbridge for the first time in months this weekend.
Lastly the delightful mini model village at Bekonscot will once again welcome families from the 6 July.
We couldn't be more pleased for them all.
Julia Colls, 2 July 2020