Yes of course, fully family friendly with lifts to all floors. Nothing is a hassle.
I am sorry, I have no idea. I wish I could tell you, because it's a wonderful experience. If you're staying at a hotel, you could ask the concierge if they could find out for you.
yes you can bring but take care of them so they won't get lost or fall down the stairs up and down..the museum is very nice they'll learn many things.
I'm not the authority on this, but there were small children
N with parents when I visited. So my short answer would be yes.
Yes, although no food and beverages can be brought in the exhibition room.
The bazaar- yes ofcourse children are welcome!
Yes. However into the actual exhibitions themselves if toddlers are quiet it will be okay. If toddlers and babies are loud mischievous and damage anything, you as a parent will be held accountable so best not take them if they’re noisy. If they are well behaved, then sure!
I visited this museum alone, but I did see families and a few children (no toddlers though). Have a look on the website and search with the word 'children'. You'll see a number of family-type activities and exhibitions that may be of interest. There is on online map that you can use to plan your visit with children in mind. There is also the MIA Park, which is a great space for families. Just be mindful that the exhibition rooms themselves are quite dark and quiet and people move slowly around them. But I think families are encouraged to visit and you could spend a wonderful day or half-day here with your children. Check opening times, admission is free.
I think so
I wouldn’t see why not, I saw many families with young children there.
Yes, I observed families with children of all ages visiting this museum.
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