Free

Essential Information

Type Family fun
Location
National Maritime Museum
Date and Times Various dates in the Easter holidays | 11am-4pm
Prices Free | Museum entry required

Bring the family to Greenwich this Easter and join us at the National Maritime Museum for exciting drop-in workshops! 

Get creative and be inspired by Earth Day to take a small action to help protect our Earth. 

All activities are free to attend.

How to make an earth print

Saturday 3 April  | 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm

Join artist Charlotte and discover how to make an earth print out of recyclable materials.

Location: Learning Space, ground floor of the National Maritime Museum

(source of child creating a poster picture)

Message in a tote bag

Tuesday 5 April | 11am-1pm and 2pm to 4pm

Do you have a message for planet Earth? Do you have top tips for others? Is there a message you want to share about the planet? Join artist Ling in this messy workshop and create messages on reusable tote bags.

Want to take sustainability a little bit further? Bring your own old t-shirts or tote bags and give them a refresh!  

Location: Learning Space, ground floor of the National Maritime Museum

How to make a wildflower seed bomb

Thursday 7 April | 10am to 12pm and 12.30pm to 2.30pm

Join artist Maru's workshop and get messy discovering how to make wildflower seed bombs out of recycled/scrap paper and wildflower seeds.

Location: Learning Space | National Maritime Museum

Action for Antarctica

Sunday 10 April | 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm

Join artist Henrietta in a fantastic collaborative activity where families are invited to decorate a ‘slice’ of Antarctica and share tips on how to protect this vulnerable environment.

Location: Learning Space, ground floor of the National Maritime Museum

(source of family creating a poster picture)

[Please note that due to staff absence, the workshop for the 15th April has been cancelled.]

Kite Messengers

Sunday 17 April |11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm

Join artist Rosie's workshop with your family and create your own kite out of scrap paper and old maps. Add messages about the planet to the tails of your kites and once ready fly them in the park!

Location: Learning Space, ground floor of the National Maritime Museum

Want more eco advice?

Watch our webinar: how to talk to children about the climate crisis. 

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