Free family trip to The Science Museum
Waltham Forest Council is offering 94 residents of Waltham Forest a day out to The Science Museum on Saturday 22 April from 10am to 4:30pm.
This trip is part of Waltham Forest Adult Learning Service’s ‘Multiply’ Project. A free Skills for Life programme offering a mix of courses. This includes training and events to help adults in the UK improve their numeracy skills.
The Science Museum aims to inspire visitors with award-winning exhibitions, iconic objects, and stories of incredible scientific achievement. It is also a great day out for people wanting to find out about how math's connects to our everyday lives.
The Winton Gallery within the main museum shows us how mathematicians have helped to build the modern world over the past four centuries.
The trip includes return coach travel from Walthamstow, admission to the Science Museum, and a packed lunch.
Suitable for families of adults and children aged between 7 to 16 years. One adult is required to attend the trip for every two children.
To find out more and request places for your family on the trip, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.