The Guardian has launched its Family Friendly Museum Award 2011, and with your help, we could be in with a chance of winning.
The award celebrates the Museum that receives the most nominations from its visitors, who say why they think their favourite Museum should win.
So, we need your help! What is it about our Museum that makes it so family friendly?
Is it the excitement of the Trafalgar Experience, or the interactive displays in the galleries? Perhaps it’s our excellent Family Area, the perfect place for smaller children to be entertained.
Maybe you visited one of our workshops and created a creepy sea creature mask, or kitted yourself out with an arctic explorer’s kit. Or did you go back in history and learn something new in our Time Traveller’s Club?
You might have met one of our staff whose help made your visit more enjoyable. Whatever it is, if you think we deserve to win it’s easy to nominate and anyone can do it.
Nominate by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or write to Kids in Museums, Downstream Building, One London Bridge, London, SE1 9BG.
You could even send them a video clip, a poem or a scrapbook – anything you like!
If you nominate, you can order a free Quentin Blake illustrated Award poster by emailing email@example.com
Nominations close on 3rd December 2010