Top Exhibitions To Visit This Spring


With Easter weekend just around the corner and May Bank Holiday and half term to look forward to, it’s a great time to get out and about with the family. Here is a selection of weatherproof exhibitions the whole family can enjoy this Spring.

NG200, National Gallery

As the National Gallery celebrates 200 years, it is putting on an ambitious programme of events that’ll make up NG200 starting this May. Exhibits include a special Vincent Van Gogh exhibition, and other events that will spill out of the museum and into Trafalgar Square.

Barbie®: The Exhibition, the Design Museum

Looking as glamourous as ever in her portrayal by Margot Robbie last year, Barbie is in fact 65 this year! Avid fan or not, this exhibition offers the chance to discover over 250 remarkable objects, with rare, unique and innovative dolls dating from 1959 to the present day.

DIVA, V&A London

This exhibition at the V&A celebrates the power and creativity of performers and megastars across opera, stage, pop music and the big screen. Exploring what it means to be a DIVA, the exhibition takes in the worlds of fashion, film, photography, costume design, music and more. Witness how the diva-era has intersected society and how they have been subverted or embraced by their various audiences.

Yoko Ono: Music of the Mind, Tate Modern

Explore over 200 works installation art, music and more including some of Yoko Ono’s most powerful and controversial pieces of art spanning more than six decades. Delve into her time in London where she met John Lennon, review some of her most talked about art and feel her passion for world peace woven through her work.

Making Mosaics: Rome, British Museum

Bring your family on a journey to learn about how colourful mosaics were used by the Romans for decoration and what they showed, from animals to dramatic masks, and then use tablets to digitally design a magnificent mosaic inspired by objects from the Museum in this free, drop-in event.

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