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off those January blues by taking a little trip to the world’s first pop-up Museum of Happiness. Opening for three days only, including the dreaded Blue Monday, the Museum of Happiness is a place where you can have a little fun, and is not like a regular museum at all…you can even touch stuff and talk as loudly as you like. You can also try your hand at laughter yoga, kick back with some colouring in, dive into a ball pit, get your face painted, create a bucket list…sounds like a recipe for happiness if we ever saw one. And it’s completely free because no one’s ever happy about paying for stuff, are they?

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16th-18th January 2016
Spitalfields Market, Crispin Place, Spitalfields, London, E1 6DW