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Find Your London

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Come and explore your city this spring. Find Your London celebrates London’s outdoor spaces, from gardens to parks, high streets to marketplaces. This 11 day festival features over 100 events across London. 

There’ll be everything from yoga in the park, cycle trails and treasure hunts, to beekeeping, an Alice in Wonderland Tea Party and more besides. A great opportunity to discover new places and join in fun activities outside.

To help you make the most of the festival, we’ve come up with five different moods. So whether you’re looking to be Active, Curious, Playful, Relaxed, or Inspired you’ll find a great day out at Find Your London.

Even if you didn't make it to Search Party you can still do a great treasure hunt on your own or with friends and family at your own leisurely pace. From Tuesday 22 March pick up a free Find Your London: Search & Stick sticker book at City Hall or from the Cafe on the Square on Trafalgar Square. First come first served.

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Why not download one of our checklists and see how many you can tick off throughout the festival.

See our event map and daily event listings below to discover your perfect day out this spring!

Please note festival events are subject to change - for the most up to date information on all Find Your London events please check here before you travel.

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18 March

Seedbomb Making Masterclass Seedbombs are a quick and easy way to bring dull spaces back to life with a blast of colour. All materials are provided for free.
Cob Oven Make Your own Pizza

Join BeeUrban and cook your own pizza in a cob oven in the great outdoors.  You can also learn about everything from gardening to  beekeeping.

Discover London’s springtime birds and flowers – guided walk Explore Hillingdon’s Gutteridge Wood and Ten Acre Wood nature reserves with a London Wildlife Trust expert. Discover ancient woodlands, listen to birdsong and try birdspotting.
Playful Hackney: Discovering Hidden Play Spaces Enjoy an afternoon of den building, gardening, arts and crafts, marshmallows over the fire and rope climbing. Plus screening of short film Project Wild Thing.
Activate and Inspire Cricklewood Three days of family events kicks off with the World Village Market on Friday. Come along for delicious street food, gorgeous gifts and stylish clothing.
Paint Your London For two weeks, walls and buildings in Waltham Forest will come to life through street art. Try a walking or cycling tour of the area.
The Capital Ring Photography Expedition Daniel Raven-Ellison leads this unique expedition to walk London's 126km Capital Ring footpath in only four days. Bring a camera and your best  walking boots.
New Malden Urban Fox Walk Join us for an Urban Fox Walk in New Malden

 

19 March

Roman Road Yard Market Launch Party Come for hot food, street music and market stalls selling handcrafted goods. You can also take a guided walk to learn more about the area.
Get Lost - creative walk led by Anna B. Sexton Artist Anna B. Sexton leads this family friendly walk. Whatever the weather, bring your stamina, sketch book and camera. Let your curiosity be your guide.
London at Dawn Photography Workshop 1 Join photographer Anthony Epes on a photo walk around the sleepy streets of Westminster. It’s a chance to create stunning images of the waking city.
Trees & Treats Visit this stunning garden and help plant small trees, flowering shrubs and perennials and sow wildflower seeds in the grounds. Plus afternoon tea at 3pm.
Go wild and discover East Ham Nature Reserve! This family open day features crafts, trails, green gym activities and games. Come explore one of Newham’s hidden gems, relax outdoors and meet local wildlife.
Oven Day at the Hive Come and join BeeUrban and experience how to create wildlife habitats, roll candles,  bake bread in the cob oven and sample delicious honey straight from the beehive.
Bowl of Chalk - From St Paul's to the Monument This afternoon stroll starts at St Paul’s Cathedral. Come and hear about Christopher Wren’s masterpiece, Shakespeare’s stomping ground, Sir Francis Drake, London’s bridges and more.
Cycle Confident ‘Dr Bike’ Maintenance Sessions Book a slot or just drop in to get your bike checked over by the experts
Spring Celebration Share storytime in children’s corner, join an interactive trail to explore the garden’s hidden treasures or get active with a spot of planting and painting.
Biddestone Road Open Space- Launch Party Celebrate the reopening of Biddestone Road Open Space with fun family activities including arts and crafts, face painting, tree planting, play sessions and live music.
Kenley RAF Airfield Heritage Festival Visit this Battle of Britain fighter airfield and see inside the Portcullis Club building which dates back to WW1. Plus guided airfield tours and more.
Kingston Urban fox walk Fox expert Marina Pacheco leads this walk around areas used by foxes like back alleys and green spaces. Plus a special film projection of foxes.
Lamlash Garden Spring Weekend - Family Treasure Hunt Celebrate spring in this new community garden at Elephant & Castle. Join an epic family treasure hunt, find clues and compete to win big prizes.
Find Yourself in Mitcham Festival A family day out with Tai Chi taster sessions plus crafts, jewellery making and seed planting. There’s also a bouncy castle and soft play area.
Celebrate spring at Camley Street Natural Park Explore this urban oasis near King’s Cross station with London Wildlife Trust. Kids will love pond dipping, adults will enjoy the natural space.  No dogs.
Spring walk exploring the wildlife wonders of Croham Hurst Discover Croham Hurst woods, with a London Wildlife Trust expert. You may spot woodland birds like finches and woodpeckers on this steep hill. No dogs.
Barefoot Bowls – Highbury Fields Style Barefoot Bowls is a quick and easy version of lawn bowls. There’ll be pop-up bars, exotic street food sellers, live DJs and much more too.
Get Growing @GrowElephant Whether you've got a garden, balcony, or even just a windowsill come and learn how to grow your own herbs and salads at this workshop.
Little Yogi Workshop Children aged 4-12 can come and explore yoga and mindfulness through physical poses, breathing exercises, partner yoga, fun activities and games. Connect, play and relax.
Find Your Own Shad Thames Trail Come and explore this much-loved riverside destination.  Pick up a free copy of the self-guided Shad Thames Trail and discover the area’s highlights and secrets.
Blooming Maps Test your family’s orienteering skills using maps of Walpole Park. Find the flags and complete the springtime activity. Later, create seasonal maps of the park.
Big Barkingside Day Out! Celebrate Barkingside's newest outdoor cultural space, Ken Aston Square. Come, get creative and make a huge modern art masterpiece with the help of Urban Canvas.
Playful Hackney: Discovering Hidden Play Spaces Enjoy an afternoon of den building, gardening, arts and crafts, marshmallows over the fire and rope climbing. Plus screening of short film Project Wild Thing.
Pizza Tray Bricolage - Create art: eat pizza A slice of life is guaranteed on this exciting bricolage family-friendly walkshop. You’ll discover a charming park in London, gather clues, and create an artwork. 
Activate and Inspire Cricklewood Three days of family events kicks off with the World Village Market on Friday. Come along for delicious street food, gorgeous gifts and stylish clothing.
Pedal-powered mini-cinema with Electric Pedals Find out how pedals can power a cinema and watch fun films like Peckham BMX Bike Club and Inside the Brompton Factory while you work.
Paint Your London For two weeks, walls and buildings in Waltham Forest will come to life through street art. Try a walking or cycling tour of the area.
Bowl of Chalk - Trafalgar Square to St Paul's This walk begins in the very centre of London and weaves through Covent Garden and Fleet Street, finishing at the rather splendid St Paul’s Cathedral.
Open Day & Seed Sowing Come and discover Mitcham's best kept secret, the national award winning community orchard in Field Gate Lane.
Free Adventure Play for Families Play and adventure for adults and children alike at Crumbles Castle Adventure Playground.
Hackney Downs Get Active! Visit Hackney Downs Park on Saturday 19th March for an active afternoon for the whole family. 
The Cycling Choir Workshop Come along to this pre workshop where you can decorate your bike and make your costumes.
Discover Crossbones Discover the secret history and living culture of Crossbones; the outcasts' burial ground, the 'Winchester Geese', the Victorian paupers and the body-snatchers who pillaged their mortal remains.

 

 

 

20 March

Search Party Start one of four immersive trails and find a secret party hidden somewhere within London’s streets.  There’ll be food, music, dancing and lots of surprises. 
Junior Explorers Explore New River Walk with the Park Rangers, pond dipping, bug hunting, make a den, storytelling and visit the ‘magic tree’
Discover Crossbones Discover the secret history of Crossbones, the outcasts' burial ground. Learn about the ‘Winchester Geese’, Victorian paupers and the body snatchers. Free guided tours.
Community Beekeeping Workshops at the hive from 11am to 5pm, every two hours. Learn about beekeeping, take part in a hive inspection and try delicious London honey.
CricklewoodSpring – Traditional Bonnet parade, Egg Hunt and Eggstra fun activities Come and celebrate Cricklewood’s heritage. Learn about the old Midland Brent railway, Clitterhouse Farm buildings and Millennium Green. Enjoy fun Easter activities and much more.
Cycle Confident ‘Dr Bike’ Maintenance Sessions  
Community open day for the Moated Manor Local Nature Reserve This former mediaeval manor is now a wildlife haven. Join conservation workshops like scything, planting and hedge creation. Plus live music, BBQ and family fun.
Historical Tours 1 Discover Fulham Palace’s secrets on this historical tour.  Start outdoors with the history of the building and gardens before heading inside to the Great Hall. Tour starts at museum shop.
Lamlash Garden Spring Weekend - Gardening Session Celebrate spring in this new community garden at Elephant & Castle. Join an epic family treasure hunt,  find clues and compete to win big prizes.
Family frog day at Southwark Fun for kids like pond dipping, making frog masks and stories by the pond. Grown-ups can learn how to make gardens wildlife friendly. No dogs.
Family frog day at Crane Park Island Celebrate spring with lots of frog-themed activities like pond dipping and froggy arts and crafts. You can also explore the historic Shot Tower. No dogs.
Streatham Common Woodland Activity Day Enjoy activities like tree climbing, fire craft and shelter sessions, wild food foraging and cooking and art in the park. Plus an Easter egg hunt.
Music of London and Londoners Concert Performance by The Southwark Concert Band Hear this south London wind orchestra play everything from classical to marches, popular music to modern scores. This occasion the music will focus on London.
Wild Play Day Pick up a map from the Soanes Centre. Then follow the trail for scavenger hunts, wild art, assault courses, pond dipping and much, much, more! Suitable for any age (all children must be accompanied by an adult).
Walk and swim Starting from Stratford station, walk through the beautiful Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Finally, enjoy a dip in the London Aquatics Centre, a 50-metre indoor pool.
Blooming Maps Test your family’s orienteering skills using maps of Walpole Park. Find the flags and complete the springtime activity. Later, create seasonal maps of the park.
Frog Day at Greenwich Ecology Park There’ll be pond dipping, close encounters with frogspawn, frogs and newts, froggy arts and crafts, prize trails and wildlife gardening workshops at this froggy celebration.
Planting for Bees and Butterflies Help create a new woodland wildflower bank at the reserve. You’ll be putting in a range of native plants and doing your bit for wildlife.
Alice in Wonderland Mad Hatters Tea Party Help Alice find the White Rabbit, play croquet with the Queen of Hearts and enjoy tea, riddles and lots of giggles at the tea party!
Green and Blue Walk around Rotherhithe Come and discover Rotherhithe’s stunning green and blue open spaces. Taking in Thames embankment,  Russia Dock Woodland, King Stairs Gardens, and Edward III Manor House.
Tree or False? Telling fibs or busting myths about trees. Everyone’s heard ‘an old wives’ tale’ about a certain tree species. On this walkshop, you’ll investigate the myths and create some stories of your own.
Activate and Inspire Cricklewood Three days of family events kicks off with the World Village Market on Friday. Come along for delicious street food, gorgeous gifts and stylish clothing.
The Harringay Hurtle Run, walk, skate, scooter or cycle the Harringay Hurtle in Fairland Park. This family friendly hurtle has two routes, an easy 5km or longer 10km.
Cycle Confident ‘Dr Bike’ Maintenance and Cycle Training Sessions Cycle Confident will be hosting free Dr Bike sessions. Book a slot or just drop in to get your bike checked over by the experts.
Outdoor Families: Discovering the Wild Side of East London 1 Explore the green spaces between Netil Market and Wick Woodlands on this new urban adventure. Led by children with a little help by the guide.
Outdoor Families: Discovering the Wild Side of East London 2 Come and join this urban adventure around the green spaces between Netil Market and Wick Woodlands. Led by children with a little help from the guide.
Historical Tours Discover Fulham Palace’s secrets on this historical tour.  Start outdoors with the history of the building and gardens before heading inside to the Great Hall. Tour starts at museum shop.
CricklewoodSpring – Traditional Bonnet parade, Egg Hunt and Eggstra fun activities Come and celebrate Cricklewood’s heritage. Learn about the old Midland Brent railway, Clitterhouse Farm buildings and Millennium Green. Enjoy fun Easter activities and much more.
London at Dawn Photography Workshop 2 Join photographer Anthony Epes on a photo walk around the sleepy streets of London. It’s a chance to create stunning images of the waking city.
Bowl of Chalk - Walk Around East London  Take Sunday morning meander through some of East London's most popular sites.
Paint Your London For two weeks, walls and buildings in Waltham Forest will come to life through street art. Try a walking or cycling tour of the area.
Riverside Family Fun Day Riverside Family Fun Day is a free outdoor event for families to discover and explore riverside heritage and wildlife at the new ecology centre at Fulham Wharf.
The Cycling Choir 'The ‘Cycling Choir' singers on wheels in Burgess Park will be a cycling promenade with on-the-go performances.
Project Wild Thing - free screening Join this free film screening plus debate with experts and special guests.

 

21 March

Green in the Grey - Bankside Green Infrastructure Walk Discover the green in Bankside’s grey. Join two local ecologists for a lunchtime walk and learn why city greening is important for wildlife and us.
EC1 Men’s Shed Gardening Group Help spring clean the food growing area in King Square Gardens. Bring back herbs and plants to grow at home. Plus tea and cake after.
Pevensey Road Green Gym, Hounslow Help maintain footpaths, woodlands, meadows and an orchard. It’ll be a good physical workout, a chance to enjoy nature and a way to meet people.
Whitehall Green Gym After a good warm up, enjoy a proper physical workout. It’s a chance to spend time enjoying nature and a great way to meet people.
Haringey Walking for Health Come and get active and see beautiful new parts of Haringey. A trained walk leader will guide you. Wear comfy shoes or trainers. No dogs. ( Lordship Rec entrance)
Haringey Walking for Health Come and get active and see beautiful new parts of Haringey. A trained walk leader will guide you. Wear comfy shoes or trainers. No dogs. (Stonecroft Children's Centre)
Stalking the Hardy Ash up the Fleet river Join photographer Peter Coles for a photography walkshop up the Fleet, one of London’s famous lost rivers. The walk ends in Old St Pancras churchyard.
Paint Your London For two weeks, walls and buildings in Waltham Forest will come to life through street art. Try a walking or cycling tour of the area.
Drop in on Nature - Greenwich Explore the Park and find out more about the trees and plants that grow there.

 

22 March

Netil Market Come and visit Netil Market, a peaceful haven to relax outdoors in, with hammocks and space for children to play. There’ll be pop up events and creative demos as well as Outdoor people the UK's only outdoors retailer where all profits go to help get children outside. Plus a 10 per cent discount.
Spring family activity day at Gunnersbury Triangle in Hounslow Spring family activity day at Gunnersbury Triangle in HounslowSpring family activity day at Gunnersbury Triangle in Hounslow

Haringey Walking for Health

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Come and get active and see beautiful new parts of Haringey. A trained walk leader will guide you. Wear comfy shoes or trainers. No dogs.
Shakespeare's Bankside Walk Discover London’s oldest pleasure quarter with guide John Constable. Visit sites of the great Southwark playhouses and learn about modern film locations from Doug Poll.
Paint Your London For two weeks, walls and buildings in Waltham Forest will come to life through street art. Try a walking or cycling tour of the area.
Drop in on nature Explore Bushy Park and discover what lives there by  river dipping and meadow sweeping. Catch butterflies, crickets and spiders and learn how to identify them.

 

23 March

Revealing the Low Line: Bankside Join us for a guided walk of Bankside’s emerging Low Line. It connects London Bridge with Waterloo via a new traffic-free route along the viaduct.
Discover Oak Hill Wood in Barnet Join the London Wildlife Trust to explore Oak Hill Wood, play bug-bingo with our team and discover the creatures that live there. Bring your wellies.
Discover Walthamstow Wetlands with a healthy, springtime walk Join a London Wildlife Trust expert on this family spring around Walthamstow Wetlands.
Improving Stave Hill Habitats Clear reeds to improve a pond for kingfishers, newts and minnows. Then help build bat boxes. It’s a great chance to learn about the park.
Richmond Green Gym You could be sowing seeds, pruning trees, making bug boxes or creating dead hedges. Get a physical workout, enjoy nature and meet new people.

Haringey Walking for Health

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Come and get active and see beautiful new parts of Haringey. A trained walk leader will guide you. Wear comfy shoes or trainers. No dogs.
Green Gym at Cassiobury Park, Watford Help maintain footpaths, woodlands, meadows and an orchard. It’s a great chance to get a physical workout, spend time in nature and meet new people.
Paint Your London For two weeks, walls and buildings in Waltham Forest will come to life through street art. Try a walking or cycling tour of the area.
Netil Market Come and visit Netil Market, a peaceful haven to relax outdoors in, with hammocks and space for children to play. There’ll be pop up events and creative demos as well as Outdoor people the UK's only outdoors retailer where all profits go to help get children outside. Plus a 10 per cent discount.

 

24 March

Drop in on nature Catch butterflies, crickets and spiders and learn how to identify them. Become a tree detective, go bird-watching and bring out the nature explorer in you.
Family spring walk in Sydenham Hill Wood Bring the family along for a Spring wildlife walk. 

Haringey Walking for Health

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Come and get active and see beautiful new parts of Haringey. A trained walk leader will guide you. Wear comfy shoes or trainers. No dogs.
Dickens in the Borough John Constable will guide you through Charles Dickens’ childhood. See places that later  inspired scenes in his novels.  Doug Poll will highlight modern film locations.
Paint Your London For two weeks, walls and buildings in Waltham Forest will come to life through street art. Try a walking or cycling tour of the area.
Netil Market Come and visit Netil Market, a peaceful haven to relax outdoors in, with hammocks and space for children to play. There’ll be pop up events and creative demos as well as Outdoor people the UK's only outdoors retailer where all profits go to help get children outside. Plus a 10 per cent discount.
Easter Poetry Trail Come and explore wonderful King’s Cross for an extra special Easter holiday treasure hunt. 

 

25 March

Family Films on the Woolwich Big Screen: Paddington Come and enjoy the unique experience of outdoor cinema in General Gordon Square. Paddington willl start at 11am. Wrap up warm and bring a blanket.
Easter GIANT duck hunt Follow a GIANT Easter duck trail to discover where the ducklings are hiding. Join an arts and crafts session to make your own Easter gifts.

Haringey Walking for Health

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Come and get active and see beautiful new parts of Haringey. A trained walk leader will guide you. Wear comfy shoes or trainers. No dogs.
Easter Colouring Competition Design Museum celebrates Easter with a series of family friendly events. Bring the kids along for the all-day Easter colouring competition. They'll really enjoy it!
Paint Your London For two weeks, walls and buildings in Waltham Forest will come to life through street art. Try a walking or cycling tour of the area.
Netil Market Come and visit Netil Market, a peaceful haven to relax outdoors in, with hammocks and space for children to play. There’ll be pop up events and creative demos as well as Outdoor people the UK's only outdoors retailer where all profits go to help get children outside. Plus a 10 per cent discount.
Easter Poetry Trail Come and explore wonderful King’s Cross for an extra special Easter holiday treasure hunt. 

 

26 March

Big Stick Day There are loads of family woodland activities to enjoy including den building, making a woodland wizard wand and creating a woodland sculpture.
Easter Colouring Competition Design Museum celebrates Easter with a series of family friendly events. Bring the kids along for the all-day Easter colouring competition. They'll really enjoy it!
Easter GIANT duck hunt Follow a GIANT Easter duck trail to discover where the ducklings are hiding. Join an arts and crafts session to make your own Easter gifts.
Haringey Walking for Health Come and get active and see beautiful new parts of Haringey. A trained walk leader will guide you. Wear comfy shoes or trainers. No dogs.
Bowl of Chalk - From Trafalgar Square to St. Pauls This morning walk weaves through Covent Garden and Fleet Street before finishing at St Paul's Cathedral. 
Paint Your London For two weeks, walls and buildings in Waltham Forest will come to life through street art. Try a walking or cycling tour of the area.
Woolwich Big Screen: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory Come and enjoy the unique experience of outdoor cinema in General Gordon Square. 
Beckenham Place Park Easter Fun Day

Great outdoor activities at the Beckenham Place Park Easter Fun Day include orienteering, an Easter egg hunt, den building, woodland quiz and a landscape and wildlife photography workshop.

Netil Market Come and visit Netil Market, a peaceful haven to relax outdoors with hammocks and space for children to play.
Rotherhithe Walk Guided walk with John Constable taking in St Mary's Church, The Brunel Engine House and the statue of Dr Salter and family.  
Hainault Forest Family Woodland Easter Egg Hunt Follow the woodland monster trail, find the clues, solve the woodland puzzle and earn your chocolatey prize. 
Bowl of Chalk - From St. Pauls to the Monument This afternoon stroll starts at St. Pauls Cathedral. Come and hear about Christopher Wren's masterpiece, Shakespeare's stomping ground, Sir Francis Drake and more.
City is my playground Boost fitness and strengthen your core with Pilates, dance-based conditioning and static shapes. Learn how you can use city furniture – lampposts, doorways, posts and walls – in your workouts. 
Easter Poetry Trail Come and explore wonderful King’s Cross for an extra special Easter holiday treasure hunt. 
All aboard the Easter Express  Take a journey on our Easter road train from the Boulevard to Granary Square and take part in our Japanese kawaii inspired Easter egg decorating competition for a chance to show off your creative skills and win some goodies. 

27 March

Family Films on the Woolwich Big Screen: Hop Enjoy the unique experience of outdoor cinema in General Gordon Square. Hop starts 11am. Wrap up warm, bring a blanket and pack an Easter picnic.
Bowl of Chalk - London Walking Tours
Walk around East London
Take a Sunday morning meander through some of east London’s most popular sites like Columbia Road flower market, Brick Lane market and Old Spitalfields market.
Easter Egg Hunt  Get on your bikes as the Design Museum celebrates the joy of cycling with a series of family friendly events including an Easter egg hunt!
Easter Trail This Easter the museum and garden will be full of clues. Find them to win a chocolate egg. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Historical Tours 2 Discover Fulham Palace’s secrets on this historical tour.  Start outdoors with the history of the building and gardens before heading inside to the Great Hall. Tour starts at museum shop.
Walk and swim This one-hour stroll will go along the Thames to Kingston, head through Bushy Park and end at Hampton Pool, a lido heated to 28 degrees.
Easter GIANT duck hunt Follow a GIANT Easter duck trail to discover where the ducklings are hiding. Join an arts and crafts session to make your own Easter gifts.
City is my playground Boost your fitness and strengthen your core. Learn how you can use city furniture – lampposts, doorways, posts and walls – in your workouts. Suitable for all.
Easter Colouring Competition Design Museum celebrates Easter with a series of family friendly events. Bring the kids along for the all-day Easter colouring competition. They'll really enjoy it!
Paint Your London For two weeks, walls and buildings in Waltham Forest will come to life through street art. Try a walking or cycling tour of the area.
Netil Market Come and visit Netil Market, a peaceful haven to relax outdoors in, with hammocks and space for children to play. There’ll be pop up events and creative demos as well as Outdoor people the UK's only outdoors retailer where all profits go to help get children outside. Plus a 10 per cent discount.
Create & Make Workshop Screen print your own design of the year with print specialist Dan Mather. Sketch, collage and print your own poster designs.
Easter Poetry Trail Come and explore wonderful King’s Cross for an extra special Easter holiday treasure hunt. 

 

28 March

City is my playground Boost your fitness and strengthen your core. Learn how you can use city furniture – lampposts, doorways, posts and walls – in your workouts. Suitable for all.
CricklewoodSpring – Traditional Bonnet parade, Egg Hunt and Eggstra fun activities Come and celebrate Cricklewood’s heritage. Learn about the old Midland Brent railway, Clitterhouse Farm buildings and Millennium Green. Enjoy fun Easter activities and much more.
Easter Trail This Easter the museum and garden will be full of clues. Find them to win a chocolate egg. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Family Films on the Woolwich Big Screen: Rise of the Guardians Enjoy the unique experience of outdoor cinema in General Gordon Square. Inside Out starts 11am. Wrap up warm, bring a blanket and pack a picnic.
Easter GIANT duck hunt Follow a GIANT Easter duck trail to discover where the ducklings are hiding. Join an arts and crafts session to make your own Easter gifts.
Charlie Chaplin's Elephant and Walworth Walk John Constable leads this walk around the back-streets where Charlie Chaplin was born and raised in poverty. Plus discover modern film locations with Doug Poll.
Easter Colouring Competition Design Museum celebrates Easter with a series of family friendly events. Bring the kids along for the all-day Easter colouring competition. They'll really enjoy it!
Paint Your London For two weeks, walls and buildings in Waltham Forest will come to life through street art. Try a walking or cycling tour of the area.
Easter Poetry Trail Come and explore wonderful King’s Cross for an extra special Easter holiday treasure hunt.