The museum of natural history has added a pink anthropomorphic pig to their collection — turning one of the Museum’s shops into a playroom of Peppa Pig discovery.

Little ones can discover why dinosaurs are George’s favourite animals, choose a book to enjoy story time with Peppa, get creative with themed colouring and activity sheets, draw their own roar-some dinosaur in the craft zone, and relax and watch their favourite Peppa Pig episodes.

There will also be a chance to meet Peppa Pig and her family face-to-face on Mondays, while Lucy Walters will be reading some of her favourite Peppa Pig stories every Wednesday, with 3 sessions throughout the day.

The Peppa Pig space will be at the Natural History Museum until Sunday 10th September 2023 next to the Hintze Hall.

(c) Trustees at Natural History Museum London


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