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Save on London attractions with under 5s story time
Published: Tuesday 30th of March 2010
Those looking to save on London attractions should head to the Museum in Docklands with their young ones for a great family day out.
Under 5s story time will be running from April to July and could be the best way to cheer up tired little ones while the grownups recuperate with a cup of tea.
Lasting for 30 minutes, the sessions form part of the museum's Family Programme of events, which are running through the first half of the year.
With a session on for most Thursdays between now and the end of July, there are plenty of opportunities for those looking to save on London attractions to take advantage of the scheme.
Among the other events that have recently taken place at the Museum in Docklands include a session by spoken-word artist Germander Speedwell, who has performed a number of her poems on the Thames, nautical topics and natural history in sessions run at the site.
Posted by Michael Edwards
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