It is so good for children to see how big the world is and all it has to offer.
It brings their imagination and ambition to travel to life. It gives them perspective, It opens their eyes to culture,history, geography, art and music.
Travel is one of the very best ways to educate a child.
From next Tuesday (November 8th) there will be a pop up photography exhibition in London from Lonely Planet.
The exhibition will showcase stunning photos from all over the world. The event has been created to celebrate the launch of the brand new edition of Lonely Planet’s internationally bestselling The Travel Book. The exhibition features a collection of stunning photographs from around the world, all featured in The Travel Book.
Doesn’t that sound brilliant?
Something for the kids
Plus for one weekend Saturday 19-20th September, Lonely Planet kids will be taking over with a host of child friendly travel workshops and activities
I love that this is free!
What? A stunning photography exhibition of awe-inspiring images from around the world, plus a series of workshops for kids and adults, brought you by Lonely Planet
When? 8-20 November 2016
Where? Boxpark Shoreditch, London, UK (unit 26, boxpark.co.uk)
What time? Mon-Wed and Fri-Sat 11am-7pm, Thurs 11am-8pm, Sun 12pm-6pm
There is going to be a giant colouring wall, books for sale and a variety of fun events. It sound pretty fabulous!
Here is the event line up:
- Saturday 12th November, midday-3pm: drop in session with travel blogging experts, Kia Abdullah and Peter Watson of Atlas and Boots
- Sunday 13th November, midday-3pm, drop-in session with travel photographer, Matt Munro
- Saturday 18th November, midday-3pm: children’s poetry workshop with Lonely Planet Kids Poet in Residence, Kirsty Pelling
- Sunday 20th November, midday-3pm: children’s creative workshop with the Lonely Planet Kids team
Pop it in your diary!