Існує багато презентацій щодо визначних місць Лондону, але я пропоную вам незвичайну презентацію "Welcome to the V&A", яка розкриває основні особливості і цікаві факти з історії музею та його унікальних експозицій.
The V&A Museum is home to over 4.5 million objects from around the world. Its collection from ancient times to the present day includes the art objects from North America, Europe, Asia and North Africa. The V&A Museum can truly be called a museum that represents all of humanity. The holdings of ceramics, glass, clothes, textiles, silver, jewellery, furniture, sculpture, drawings and photographs are the largest in the world.
These are Queen Victoria’s dolls she was playing with when she was a child. Little Princess had a collection of 130 dolls. The dolls were made in 1830s, when Princess Victoria was 11-13 years old. She named them and sewed clothes for them by herself. Gertrude. Sir William Arnold. Lady Maria Arnold. Miss Arnold. Rebekah, Duchess of Mountjoy Mrs Dudley. Monseur Anatole. Mademoiselle Rosalie Taglioni
V&A Museum of Childhood is large space with much to see and do. There are large doll’s houses to explore, microscopes to use, rocking horses, building blocks, train set displays, two theatres complete with puppets in the museum. The visitors can try their hands at various sensor games, a gear-driven robot, “painting” with magnetized iron pen.
A lot of campaigns are held in V&A Museum of Childhood for children. A group of 60 children were asked to describe their imaginary friends in as much detail as possible. Then the imaginary friends were brought to life. Here we can see some photos of children and their own imaginary friends (three-eyed girl with a pet cloud, a monster, a dinosaur, a lion, a cat).