in the UK
Museums and Art Galleries have changed substantially
recently. Many museums contain hands-
A major development is the introduction of discovery
centres. These types of museums try to educate, stimulate and engage visitors
using a variety of displays and techniques. Many museums contain live demonstrations,
others present hands-
Snibston Discovery Park
The Eden Project is an educational visitor attraction overlooking St Austell Bay in Cornwall.
It was constructed at the bottom of 50
metre deep disused clay-
This attraction contains plants collected from all over the world and gives visitors the opportunity to experience different environments all in one place – mother nature meets modern science and creates great beauty.
The London Challenge is just a bit of fun and should be treated like a Treasure hunt. There are no prizes at stake unless you decide to set up a competition between your family or friends.
London has many fantastic museums and art galleries containing some of the finest treasures in the world. The aim of the challenge is for each person to find as many of the items on the list as possible.
However, each person needs to prove that they have visited the items with photos, descriptions or sketches. Have fun !!!
These are the items you need to find:
The Centre for Alternative Technology is a pioneering
The centre has working examples and practical solutions for sustainable living, environmentally responsible buildings, energy conservation, organic growing and composting.
It comprises an educational centre running residential
courses on eco-
The only problem with London is that nothing seems to be Free! If you want to see lots of attractions the cost can quickly rise. The London Pass can help you save money as it has a fixed cost and you get Free entry to over 60 attractions, museums and tours.