[tab title=”Little Vikings Says…”]Home to the national collection of arms and armour, the Royal Armouries is a treasure trove that holds over 8500 objects from across the world. This is no dusty museum though – everything is brought to life through hands-on exhibits, gallery talks, demonstrations and much more.
The Royal Armouries a brilliant place to visit with kids. The museum has gone the extra mile to make sure that even the youngest visitor will get something out of it. Try to catch a tournament if you can, and don’t miss the Jester’s Yard play area (small charge) if you’re visiting with younger children. Slightly older kids can see if they’re a hot shot in the crossbow shooting range.
Good to know – There are frequent holiday activities that are well worth checking out – check out the Armouries’ website for details.
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|Venue:||The Royal Armouries Museum|
|Food & Drink:||There’s a bistro and coffee shop selling simple hot and cold food and drink, but we always take our own and eat in the spacious indoor picnic area instead. If the weather’s good, eat outside by the water. There are various restaurants and shops on the museum’s doorstep.|
|Opening Times:||Open daily 10am to 5pm (last admission 4.30pm). Closed 24th, 25th and 26th December.|
|Parking:||None. There is paid for just 100m from the museum. The museum is a 10 minute walk from the station (longer with kids who aren’t keen on walking…).|
|Contact:||Visit the website|
|Address:||Royal Armouries Museum, Armouries Dr, Leeds LS10 1LT|
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