Reviews

This is a website all about children’s lunchboxes at main tourist attractions, as reviewed by Theo, aged six


Natural History Museum

Cromwell Rd, South Kensington, London SW7 5BD

Visited: Sept 6th, 2021

Initial impressions

Price: £4.00

Contents

  • Cheese sandwich on brown bread, ham also available
  • Apple juice
  • Red apple
  • Mini muffin

The verdict

  • Box: good box, but a bit plain
  • Sandwich: good
  • Apple juice: delicious
  • Red apple: ok
  • Mini muffin: I wish it had had more fruit (left half)

What’s inside the box

Overall: quite good

7/10


Science Museum

Exhibition Rd, South Kensington, London SW7 2DD

Visited: Sept 8th, 2021

Initial impressions

Price: £5.95

Contents

  • Cheese sandwich on brown bread, ham also available
  • Popcorn
  • Red apple

The verdict

  • Box: nice pictures and I like the space theme
  • Sandwich: good
  • Popcorn: not very sweet, even though it said sweet on the packet
  • Apple: very juicy and good

What’s inside the box

Overall: it should have included a drink. What was there was ok though

5/10


Tower of London

London EC3N 4AB

Visited: Sept 9th, 2021

Initial impressions

Price: £4.25

Contents

  • Cheese sandwich (bap)
  • ‘Radnor’ fruit drink (choice of drinks offered)
  • ‘Pom-bear’ crisps

The verdict

  • Box: not applicable, as it did not come in a box
  • Sandwich: good, on a par with the others
  • Drink: struggled to open, but did it all by myself
  • Pom-bears: good, they are pom-bears and pom-bears are always good

Overall: I guess it was good, but I kind of wish there was an actual box

6/10


Victoria & Albert Museum

Cromwell Rd, London SW7 2RL

Visited: September 10, 2021

Initial impressions

Price: £5.95

Contents

  • Cheese and tomato sandwich on brown bread
  • Apple juice
  • Popcorn
  • Red apple

The verdict

  • Box: lots of nice pictures
  • Sandwich: why do they put vegetables on sandwiches without asking? Kids hate vegetables!
  • Apple juice: really good and fresh
  • Popcorn: not sweet enough, despite what it said on the packet
  • Apple: had a yucky, squishy bit
What’s in the box

Overall: I guess it was okay, but the apple was yucky

4/10


Cutty Sark

King William Walk, London SE10 9HT

Visited: Sept 11th, 2021

Initial impressions

Price: £5.50

Contents

  • Cheese sandwich (bap), ham also available
  • ‘Pip’ red fruit juice drink, apple juice also available
  • ‘Pom-bear’ crisps
  • Jelly pot, oranges also available

The verdict

  • Box: I wish it might have had more pictures on it and not just plain
  • Sandwich: good. I like a bap more than brown bread
  • Drink: I liked being able to choose my drink
  • Pom-bears: Pom-bears are always good
  • Jelly pot: very good. Every museum should do a jelly pot
What’s in the box

Overall: it was a good amount of food and I liked being able to choose from all the options

7/10


British Museum

Great Russell St, London WC1B 3DG

Visited: Sept 19th, 2021

Initial impressions

Price: £6.50

Contents

  • Cheese and tomato sandwich
  • Apple juice (orange juice and water also available)
  • Popcorn
  • Fruit salad cup with pineapple, apple, blueberry and grape

The verdict

  • The box: I wish it had more pictures on it, like mummy’s coffee cup
  • Sandwich: Very yummy. Not much tomato, which was good for me as there was less to pick out
  • Apple juice: This is better than all the other apple juices because it is fresh (note: the expiration date was actually longer than other juices we have bought)
  • Popcorn: Yummy and sweet
  • Fruit salad: It had a bit too much pineapple, but it was nice

What’s inside the box

Overall: The best one we have had so far

8/10