Some of you all who visit my Instagram page will already have realized that I have been on a brief, but very enjoyable, U.K. holiday. Yesterday was devoted to getting over my jet lag, and now I want to show you all some photographs that I took on my last full day in London.
By chance, I walked by a Museum of Architecture exhibit called Gingerbread City. I truly urge of you who may live within reach of London to visit this exhibit which will be open daily through December 22. You can find more information about the show at the above link.
When one enters the exhibit, delightful city views appear, each designed by an architect or architectural firm.
It is a delight for children and adults. On the lower floor of the exhibition space, workshops are being held for children, so that they may learn about gingerbread building construction.
My photographs are an attempt to tempt you all to see the show. Not every creation appears in my photographs.
A lovely gingerbread scent wafts up from the workshop area.
I plan to create at least one more post about my holiday, but thought that these views deserved priority treatment.
Now that I am home, I am once again spending many hours in Santa's workshop. Seeing the Gingerbread City definitely enhanced my Christmas spirit!
I took a few pictures that show some of the room beyond the tabletops that house the city.
I've now added my name to the Museum of Architecture mailing list in order to keep up with the organization's future exhibits and plans.
I have never made a gingerbread house myself. I have made gingerbread men. Playing with food was not encouraged during my childhood. Somehow, even now, I think I might still be able to give this construction experience a go.
Have any of you all made gingerbread houses? Maybe this year?
Thank you all so much for visiting and for taking time to leave comments. I truly missed visiting your blogs while on holiday. I've got lots of catching up to do. See you soon.