Lots of great games on the World Book Day site.
Help fight the Fire of London. A sizzling game from the Museum of London.
Grow and protect your space age Plant but watch out for those pesky Spores. From the Science Museum
Explore the Buddhist Wheel of Life in this amazing painting and create your own Wheel of Life. From CLEO and Andy Weber
Play games and make stuff, explore world histories and cultures from the British Museum.
Make baby Things and care for them. Cuddly fun from the Science Museum
Help Maurice survive the different weather conditions. Furry fun from Devon Wildlife Trust.
Noisy fun from Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums.
Look inside Ancient Egyptian mummies with this great interactive from BMAG for Kids.
Help Mary Seacole make plant medicine for the Crimean soldiers. From My Learning.
Make buildings and vehicles from history then see the real things. From the Museum of London.
Make your own online recycled puppet from firstsite.
Can you earn your WWII flight wings as part of 303 Squadron? From Channel 4.
Have fun finishing off costumes and shoes from history. From the Museum of London.
This game from CBBC's Blue Peter will have you practising your footy skills.
You're a hungry ladybird. Eat as many aphids as you can but watch out for the ants. From the Woodland Trust.
Play a Viking Trading game and find out more about these walrus tusk pieces from National Museums Scotland.
This Bug Blaster game from the Met Office has insects with attitude.
Find the bits of the musical clock in Kensington Palace and help the royals along the way. Fun from Historic Royal Palaces.
Unlock all the relics and return them to the museum. From CBBC.
Take on 3 Aztec musical challenges with Mexicolore Kids.
A fab time travelling game from the British Museum.
Create the Hindu elephant god Ganesh. From Cleo.
Use a grid to help you draw the Buddha's face. From Cleo.
Get arty in the woods or on the beach with Trees and Tides from ArtisanCam.
Make and decorate a plate and see it fired. from ArtisanCam.
Make your own snowflake online with this interactive on the Woodlands Trust website.
Be MP for a Week and vote on new laws and more from Parliament online.
Choose and pose your action hero then write your own comic. From ArtisanCam.
How much do you know about the Antarctic? Complete the challenges to help your south pole team. From Ordnance Survey.
You're a bat: hunt for insects in order to survive but watch out for predators. From the Horniman Museum.
Click on people in danger in the quarry and answer the pop-up question correctly to save them. From the Mineral Products Association.
Take to the skies with this great Airship game from National Museums Scotland.
Caboodle is our great new website. From Culture24.
Watch this interactive film game and track down the Little Dancer by clicking quickly and solving puzzles along the way. From Tate Kids.
This Picture Book Maker interactive helps you to make your own picture book. A fun activity from ArtisanCam.
Can you sort out who the kings and queens of England are and put them on their thrones? From the Museum Network.
Fantastic nature game about Charles Darwin. Llamas, turtles, finches and more! From Rolls-Royce and ASE.
Swing on your rope and use your soap to clean Big Ben in time for its 150th birthday. High up fun from Parliament.
Sign in (for free) to play the Aphid Attack game and more in My Patch on the National Trust's Food Glorious Food site.
Beat Henry VIII's knights in combat first and then you can fight the King himself. From Historic Royal Palaces.
Discover an ancient Egyptian tomb and collect the objects for the World Museum. From National Museums Liverpool.
Sign in (for free) to play My Patch games on the National Trust's Food Glorious Food site.
Have you got what it takes to be King Henry VIII's jousting champion? From Historic Royal Palaces.
Sam the dog is missing! Travel back in time to 1870 and help find him. From the Geffrye Museum.
Can you help the WWF Ranger save some of the world's endangered species? From WWF.
Help Feathers make his way through the Easter Egg Trails. But watch out for the sly fox. From the National Trust.
Can you help Eric find the buried treasure before the time runs out? From Ordnance Survey.
Just how many layers did a Victorian lady wear? A dressing game from Ironbridge Gorge Museum.
Your RSPB mission is to create 2 birds to live on new worlds. Fun but not as easy as it sounds.
Can you stop the evil genius and his time pirates from stealing history? From the Museum of London.
Quick! Can you help the Egyptian craftsmen to find their supplies? A fun balancing act of a game from National Museums Scotland.
As Olympic fever sets in... are you up to this tricky Chinese challenge from My Learning?
Alien attacks, asteroid wars, planets, suns and more in these great games from Glasgow Science Centre.
Create your own lino prints and posters in this fab activity from ArtisanCam.
Art made from animals? Have a play with this arty game to find out more. From Museum Network.
Play with a friend or beat the computer in this unusual board game from Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery
A fishing game with a difference. Fishy science fun from the Marine Stewardship Council.
Recycle your way out of heaps of trouble with the help of your pet mice. From the Science Museum
The Science Museum's new game is tricky but addictive. Have a go - if you dare.
This game from My Learning puts you in charge of finding treasures from around the world for a new exhibition.
Design your own bracelets and brooches, display them in the online gallery or see them worn by celebrities. From ArtisanCam.
We love this game. Will you be able to crack the code and solve the clues? From National Museums Scotland.
Help Nanw to find rare books in a huge library and get them to the librarian before time runs out! From The National Library of Wales.
Can you build your own plane fit for a jungle rescue? From National Museums Scotland.
You need your wits about you for this game (also known as merels) - go on, have a go! From Tyne & Wear Museums.
Beat the clock to deliver an important message in this WW1 game from The National Archives. Watch out for rats!
Pick a time zone and a tune then off you go, dressing up with a twist... From the Museum of London.
James Bond might find this game tricky - are you up to the challenge? From Science Museum.
Try this strange and noisy gameshow if you dare. One of our favourite games ever. From West Midlands Museums.
Use your Baryonyx claw to hook fish. Be quick so you don't starve! From the Natural History Museum.
Catch the treasures and put them into the right boxes. Careful don't break any! From BMAG.
Build a 1930s model village! Add houses, roads and trees, and signal trains through the station. From Bekonscot Model Village.
Can you crack the Roman coin code? Make sure your sound is turned on for this game from Corinium Museum.
Match the football strip to the team in this beautiful game from The Colour Museum. Will you make it to the third round?
Get your sailing skills the fun way and put them to the test in the Ocean Challenge game. From The National Maritime Museum.
We can't get past the deer park - bet you can do better. From The National Archives.
Fly around the world in a hot air balloon in this game from Ulster Folk and Transport Museum. Up, up and away!
Science in the sewers. This game has an eco mission for you, we dare you to accept! From Scottish Water.
Splat some bugs to protect your cotton crop. From Merseyside Maritime Museum.
Use Buzz Lightyear, Sindy and other toys to make an online kaleidoscope. You won't be able to stop. From the V&A Museum of Childhood.
Will you be able to whack the hungry raptors and save your babies? From the Natural History Museum.
Race against the clock to match the parts of the creatures up! A fun and fast game from Planet ARKive.
Doodle a robot and show it off in the Robodoodle gallery. Click on the pencil once you're on the site.From The Big Draw and The Open University.
Hatch dinosaur eggs, help a lost dinosaur find its family, play dinosaur snap and then create a dinosaur scene! From The Children's Museum of Indianapolis.
Imagine you're a fish. Can you race against time and dodge the sharks? Bet you're quicker than us. From Planet ARKive.
Why was this fashion designer so shocking? Go to the star to play games and find out. From Philadelphia Museum of Art.
The health, history and biology of teeth in a fun interactive site from the National Museum of Dentistry in America.
This simple site lets you create your own tartan patterns online and then send them to your friends. From V&A.
Dinner ladies, look away now - this game is too scary for you. From the Natural History Museum.
Loads of arty games - will you be quick enough to get on the high score board? Made for you by ArtisanCam's KidZone.
Can you help Charles II escape with his life? You'll have to be quick. From Worcester City Museums.
You have to head to the lab to solve this hairy mystery from the Natural History Museum.
Are you up to the challenge? You have to be quick, and use your brains too for this fab game from Glasgow Science Centre.
Boat Race, Tug of War and more. We love these great games from the Motorboat Museum.
Match the symbols, solve the riddles and win the race - this one's a real challenge. From Tate.
This game is so much more fun than real supermarkets... From Moving Here.
8 fab games from The Science Museum. (Don't miss Energy Ninjas and Hungry Mice!)
This fantastic arty site based on Arts and Crafts designs will keep you busy for hours. From the V&A Museum.
Dead skin, dreads, head lice and more in this fabulously nitty site. From The Natural History Museum.
Ever fancied having your own family shield? Here's your chance to get creative. From V&A.
Gardening with no mud... choose a time in history and design a garden to suit. From the Geffrye Museum Kids' Zone.
Click on the pic to get your hands on Show Me's Birthday Goodies mini-site...
Choose a room - Tudor, Victorian or Modern - and go decorating crazy in this design game from the Geffrye Museum Kids' Zone.
You get to make a toy and then play with it in this fab game from the Museum of Childhood.
Choose a picture then make lots and lots of noise... from The National Gallery.
Buzzie Bee, games and stories about plants and gardens. From Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew.
How much do you know about mummies? Test your brain power here. From Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery.
Make and paint a virtual Ancient Greek pot. From Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery.
Find out what a Roman soldier wore under his armour. You even get to dress him! From Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery.
This fab art site will bring out the artist in you. From Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery.
Explore famous portraits and create your own, in this game from Show Me and the National Portrait Gallery.
Explore the stories and the statues, from Show Me and Access Art.
A Victorian race against time and money from Show Me and Thinktank.
What would you choose at Conker Collectables? Site by Liverpool Museums.
Let the fishy games begin... from Liverpool Museums.
You'll need to be quick to play this sploshy Roman game... from the Roman Baths Museum.
Choose your horse and your armour, and ride into combat in the joust. A fast and furious Tudor jousting game from The National Archives and The V&A.
Paintings that make noises... strange. From The Victoria Art Gallery.
Medieval? Victorian? Modern? You decide. From The Museum of London.
You're an evacuee. What do you take? From Tyne and Wear Museums.
A dressing-up game with a difference from The Museum of Costume.
Dare you take this challenge from The British Museum?
You decide. From The Natural History Museum.
Warning - may make your sides hurt. From Oxford Uni Museum of Natural History.
Explore the high seas with the Tudors. From the National Maritime Museum.
What can you find out about this sculpture? From Tate.
An Ancient Egyptian board game from The British Museum.
Make your own Roman mosaic from Tyne and Wear Museums.
Could you have survived the Ice Age? From Cresswell Heritage Trust.
There are several fab little games in this section of the V&A website. Go to 'Games Gallery' to find them and have fun...
In this game from Tate Kids you can invent your own city - what would yours be like?
Try your hand at this underwater quiz from the National Maritime Museum.
Stars, gods, monsters and love, from National Maritime Museum.
So many games - you won't know where to start. From BT Connected Earth.
Travel through time in this adventure game from St. Albans Museums.
If you enjoy reading about magical adventures, then this is the trail for you, from 24 Hour Museum.
Doodle and draw with this groovy sketcher to make crazy symmetrical patterns. From Techniquest.
A game for private eyes and super sleuths from the National Trust.
Test your wits against this tricky game from the Science Museum.
Explore the planet with Gordon Gnome in this game from Show Me and Eureka! The Museum For Children .
A clothes rationing challenge! From The Imperial War Museum.
A starry story of hunting and love from the National Maritime Museum.
Imagine you're a wartime shopper in this fab game from The National Archives.