Soapy fun with Parliament's Race Against Chime game. Courtesy Parliament
Here in the Culture24 office, we love playing the museum games that we feature on our kids' site, Show Me, so we thought you might want to try them out too. They're great for solo play or for fun game suggestions for when the family's staying over…
The ever-popular Launchball game from the Science Museum. Courtesy Science Museum
If you don't already know about Launchball, the Science Museum's extremely popular online game, be warned: it's seriously addictive (and that's on reliable anecdotal evidence from a 13 year old boy and 30-something writer who shall remain nameless).
Flagpole Flip from HMS Belfast. Courtesy HMS Belfast
Flagpole Flip is from HMS Belfast. How far can you hurl yourself over HMS Belfast by springing on the flagpole? Easy to play but what a challenge!
The Squirrel's Nuts from Ordnance Survey. Courtesy Ordnance Survey
The Squirrel's Nuts
No, it's not just that we love the title - The Squirrel's Nuts is basically a nutty version of hangman from Ordnance Survey and will provide lots of fun and tittles over a family Christmas party.
The Airship game from National Museums Scotland showing the R34 airship. Courtesy National Museums Scotland
The Airship game from National Museums Scotlands' Museum of Flight is a real challenge. Can you survive those pesky storms?
To the Rescue from WWF. Courtesy WWF
Your mission in To the Rescue is to help the WWF Ranger to save some of the world's endangered species. Collect all the keys around the levels to unlock the cages and free the animals. We enjoyed jumping on the baddies to get rid of them.
National Museums Liverpool have Escape From The Mummy's Tomb! Courtesy National Museums Liverpool
I want my mummy!
Escape From The Mummy's Tomb! from National Museums Liverpool will bring out the Indiana Jones in you…
Battle it out with Henry VIII: Dressed to Kill and Henry VIII: heads and hearts from Historic Royal Palaces. Courtesy Historic Royal Palaces
Off with their heads!
To celebrate the 500th anniversary of Henry VIII's accession to the throne, Historic Royal Palaces have not one but two Henry games on their website: Henry VIII: Dressed to Kill and Henry VIII: heads and hearts.
Parliament's Race Against Chime game. Courtesy Parliament
And finally... Big Ben, Parliament's famous Clock Tower, has been celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2009. Can you swing on the rope and use your soap to clean Big Ben in Race Against Chime?