Delve into the Collection with our lively short films designed for families. Learn more about the museum and get stuck in to our craft activities.
Learn Something New
The Wallace Collection is full of Rococo art. But what does it look like and where does the word Rococo come from? Watch now to find out.
The Wallace Collection is packed full of armour. But what do we call the different parts and how were they used? Watch now to find out.
Make at Home
Bring a museum object to life with your own Jumping Jack.
You will need: String and thread, pencil and rubber, compass, masking and sellotape, glue, ruler and scissors, knitting needle, A4 card and newspaper cuttings, and a printed museum object.
Understand perspective and create your own museum room.
You will need: A4 coloured card and paper, scissors and glue, pen and pencil, ruler and string, printouts of paintings and other museum objects.
Make your own pop-up knights in shining armour.
You will need: A4 and A3 coloured card, gold card, tracing or greaseproof paper, scissors and glue, pencil, and knight on horseback templates.
Make your own 3D theatre box inspired by Fragonard’s The Swing.
You will need: A4 black, coloured and decorated card, string, sellotape and glue, ruler and pencil, paint, knitting needle and a printout of The Swing.