There are plenty of fun activities for toddlers across our sites in Greenwich. Cutty Sark, National Maritime Museum and the Royal Observatory are all jam packed with easy ways to entertain the under-5s.
Captain a ship
Let your little ones behind the wheel of the Cutty Sark and snap a photo of them captaining the fastest tea clipper of its time. Be sure to explore the top deck, including the captain's quarters to see how the ships inhabitants worked, lived, and slept.
The perfect place for your toddlers to learn and play at the same time, the AHOY! gallery is full of maritime fun. Watch as they get stuck into the interactive boatyard, and and become immersed in the world of pirates and polar exploration.
National Maritime Museum | Ticketed at weekends and school holidays from 6 April | Book now
Ted’s Space Adventure
Watch your kids fall in love with Ted, as they journey with him on an adventure through space in our planetarium. Don't forget to pick up your own Ted from the gift shop on the way home!
Meet Captain Woodget
Get to know Cutty Sark’s longest serving Captain, as well as all of the other important people from the ships past. Every day this cast of characters are waiting to tell you their stories from the Cutty Sark.
The Great Map
Explore all around the world in our interactive map, discovering countries, continents, and famous seafarers as you go. Located right next to the Great Map Café and Buggy Park, you can sit down and relax whilst keeping an eye on your intrepid explorers.
National Maritime Museum | Free | Read more
Get stuck into songs and sea stories at Toddler Time at the Cutty Sark, with a different theme each week. Climb aboard and warm up those voices!