It’s that time of year again when we open the doors of the Museum Depot in Acton to let visitors explore and enjoy our inner workings and hidden treasures! On 13th and 14th September it will be all about our recently restored B-type Battle Bus which served on the frontline during the First World War.
As always we will be warmly welcoming families on both days to learn about our stories through interactive story-telling and fun filled creative activities. This weekend we invite you to meet Barney the B-type bus and his friend Pippa the Pigeon and help them as they embark on a very important mission.
You can also craft your own Battle Bus, and transform it from its bright London red to the Khaki green of the frontline trenches.
All of the activities this weekend have been specially designed for you by our talented young volunteers who have been singing, acting and making all summer to prepare to entertain and get creative with you.
They need you help to transform our family B-type! Decorate our BIG bus red, then turn it green and jump on board for your #ltmbattlebus selfie.
11.30– 11.50 and 14.30 – 14.50
Suitable for families with children aged 3 – 7, Free
- Barney’s been painted green! That’s no colour for a proud London bus! But Barney’s on a very important mission and you can join him and his friend Pippa the pigeon on their journeys.
Make and Take:
12.00 – 13.00 and 15.00 – 16.15
Suitable for families with children aged 4 – 12
- Build your own B-Type, the Bus that helped Britain in the First World War.
- See your bus transform as it drives from the streets of London all the way to the front line.