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Can I go round the science museum with a buggy?

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WeasleyWoman Sun 19-Nov-17 10:38:04

Silly question but just can't find the answer online. Am being brave and planning to take my 1yr old and 3yr old up to town to the science museum, would be much easier to have a buggy for naps... anyone done it?

MrsAJ27 Sun 19-Nov-17 10:39:50

Museums are usually family orientated so I am sure you will be fine.


Needadvicetoleave Sun 19-Nov-17 10:40:06

London? Or Manchester?

JohnLapsleyParlabane Sun 19-Nov-17 10:42:04

If London, yes. There are lots of lifts.

Hobbes8 Sun 19-Nov-17 10:43:11

If London, there's a few steps at South Kensington station, but the museum itself has lifts. I'm pretty sure it has a buggy cloakroom as well if you'd rather leave the buggy and just get it when you need it. Usually people will offer to help with the buggy, but it might be worth having a sling as back up if you prefer to fold it on the tube.

nancy75 Sun 19-Nov-17 10:43:23

Yes you can ( if London) but I wouldn’t do it on a weekend or school holiday if you can help it!

CountessofGrantham Sun 19-Nov-17 10:44:22

Yes of course, loads of pushchairs around. (Former London museum worker though not SM)

LurkingHusband Sun 19-Nov-17 11:35:44

Well if a wheelchair can do it ...

WeasleyWoman Sun 19-Nov-17 18:10:59

Fab thank you. Will take the sling too

CakeNinja Sun 19-Nov-17 18:12:56

You'll be fine with the buggy.
I once, in a moment of utter insanity, took my 3 dc and 4 of my nieces and nephews to the science museum 😱 I don't know what I was thinking, 7 children under 7 in a packed museum in London - it never happened again grin

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