Looking for somewhere to take the kids this Easter holiday?
Look no further! Frameless, the capital’s largest permanent, immersive digital art experience is just the ticket. Situated in Marble Arch, Frameless features four family-friendly galleries and some of the world’s greatest masterpieces in ways never seen before.
As the name suggests, at Frameless, art breaks free from the confines of a frame. You’re not just looking at the picture, you’re in the picture, with every brush stroke and every splash of colour. Even the escalator that takes you into the venue is like travelling through a hand painted kaleidoscope. Each of the four individually curated galleries offers a different theme for exploration. From classical to abstract, the distinctive range of artists and genres is ideal for introducing art to young creatives.
You’ll experience 43 different interactive digital interpretations of work by 31 of the world’s most iconic artists, including Van Gogh, Cézanne, Dalí, Kandinsky, Klimt and Monet. All in one ticket.
For children of all ages, it’s a phenomenal space for sensory play. At Frameless, you are encouraged to move amongst the art, run around the room, throw pixels at the wall and create art as you move. You can dance, play and lose yourself in the masterpieces and bespoke soundtrack in a way that isn’t possible in traditional art galleries. The gift shop offers thoughtful souvenirs and an activity pack available for younger children to guide families through each gallery and keep young minds interested. And if little legs get tired, there is an excellent café-bar on site with plenty of healthy, child-friendly options available.
Innovative, multi-sensory and culturally rich, Frameless is a captivating experience for every family to enjoy. Go and see what is taking the capital by storm! Plus, kids under three go
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