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3 Top Exhibitions for Kids

Exhibitions and museum exhibits are a great way for kids to learn and have fun at the same time; there are some great ones out there, so read on to find out about them.

Natural History Museum London, Colour and Vision

One of the biggest and most famous Natural History Museums in the world, the London one has been wowing visitors since 1881. One of its current exhibits is the incredible Colour and Vision, Through the Eyes of Nature, which is a visually stunning journey through evolution. Following how vision first evolved, and be astounded at the wonderful colour spectrum with an installation by British artist Liz West. With over 350 specimens, many of which are rare, see how different creatures see the world thanks to this exhibition. Find out more at http://www.nhm.ac.uk/visit/exhibitions/colour-and-vision-exhibition.html

American Museum of Natural History, Beyond Planet Earth: The Future of Space Exploration

Across the pond in New York in one of the largest museum’s in the world, the Beyond Planet Earth: The Future of Space Exploration is a long-term exhibit being held in the American Museum of Natural History. Exploring the future of human’s exploration of space there is a recreation of a lunar habitat, a model of a space elevator as well as one of the world’s largest holograms which shows the solar system. In addition to this, it also explains the science behind astro technologies and what lies in the future for humans in the cosmos. Click here to find out more.

Palexpo, Days of the Dinosaurs

Taking place at the Palexpo conference and exhibition centre in Geneva, the Days of the Dinosaurs exhibit looks set to be an absolutely incredible one. This huge exhibition will see over 60 animated life-size dinosaur specimens come to life to the delight and wonder of kids and wonder alike. See how dinosaurs would have lived millions of years ago in this enormous exhibition centre. Click Days of the Dinosaurs to find out more.

If you are looking for a place where there is plenty of exhibitions, museums and other educational activities to take your kids to, you should definitely visit Malta- which happens to have an immense amount of activities such as these for kids, and that’s on top of all of the beaches, pools and parks, which are appealing due to Malta’s hot weather. We are Tree Top Kids love to embrace adventure with family fun, that’s why we think Malta is the perfect destination for a holiday. Whilst also being an English speaking country you’ll never have any issues getting yourself around. More importantly trips to Malta aren’t expensive, it’s a relatively cheap place to visit now with travel companies such as Chevron doing all-inclusive deals to the island.