We’ve got a lot of love for the V&A at London Cheapo, but do you know its little sibling, the Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green? It may be smaller but it’s packed full of wonder and nostalgia. This event is both an exhibition with over 100 objects, and an interactive event where game enthusiasts get a chance to play.
Players can try their hand at old childhood favourites or participate in one massive interactive game. Are you a winner takes it all kind of player or a sore loser? Find out your #GameFace ahead of the exhibition by playing the online game.
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