National Maritime Museum
|Date and Times||12 - 18 April | 10am - 4pm|
|Prices||Free | Drop in|
Bring the family to Greenwich this Easter and enjoy outdoor maritime-themed fun as we celebrate re-opening the National Maritime Museum's outdoor spaces.
Enjoy a drink from our pop-up Benugo van and challenge yourself in the Sailor School family trail. For the more competitive budding explorer, play a number of fun active games inspired by the Museum’s collection.
Fun, games and outdoor activities for kids of all ages – come explore the Museum Inside Out!
Free | Drop in | Suitable for all ages and abilities
Sailor School Family Trail
Have you got what it takes to be a fully qualified sailor? Pick up a trail sheet or download it below and search for eight challenges in the Museum grounds. Discover how to use morse code, what 'Port' and 'Starboard' mean and try out some maritime-inspired games!
Created by Collar & Cuffs, this trail is suitable for children with sensory processing difficulties.
Suitable for all ages and abilities.
Islands of Games
Wander around the Museum's grounds and find fun games chalked onto the grass. Arranged as a giant map, kids can explore the map, play games on the island, jump over waves and more!
From running tracks to hop-scotch, there's something to keep every family busy.
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Please note that the galleries of the National Maritime Museum will be closed to the public in accordance with government guidelines. All of these activities will be happening on the grounds outside.
All the activities will be self-directed (no Museum facilitators). However, members of our Visitors Services team will be on hand to answer any questions.
The Parkside Cafe, shop and toilets will be open and accessible via the Sammy Ofer Wing entrance next to Greenwich Park.
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Our toilets at the Museum's Sammy Ofer Wing are open with enhanced cleaning regimes. This is less than a two-minute walk from the activities. Please wear a mask upon entering the Museum in accordance with government guidelines.