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Gallery fun this Spring

The best arty and museum fun to be had for families this Easter 🐥

Dulwich Picture Gallery

Art Sundays ONLINE

Tune in on the last Sunday of the month for a new creative activity to try with your family, led by artist Francesca Centioni-Dene. You can either join live, or watch back at a time that suits you.

Sundays at 2pm; 28 March, 25 April, 30 May Tickets: free - watch on Youtube

Art in the Garden

Bring the whole family along and get playful with free nature-inspired activities in the beautiful gardens of Dulwich Picture Gallery, led by artist Cash Aspeek.

Tickets: free (advance booking essential)

Sunday 2, 9 & 16 May, 10am–12pm, 12pm–2pm, 2pm–4pm

This event will take place at the Gallery, subject to restrictions


Follow the Greek hero Perseus in his adventures with Medusa this Easter hols. In this free family livestream, join storyteller Wendy Shearer for an energetic retelling of Perseus’s encounter with the terrifying, snake-haired Medusa, and continue the legend at home with their creative 15-minute workshop, led by artist Millie Nice.

10 April at 9–9.30am

FREE - Online

Ages 7+


National Gallery

Jolly online musical storytelling for families with U5's.

6, 13 April at 11am & 3pm. Free

Listen in as storyteller Fiona Alderton tells the tale behind a painting. Then get creative together and follow along as artist Julia Deering shows you how to create a story-inspired arty creation.

14 April 11am. Free

Piece together clues in paintings in this live online family tour.

7, 15 April 11am & 3pm. Free


Take a Wonderland view of some V&A objects, with the Mad Hatter, in this interactive comedy workshop.

24 April 11am–5pm

Online Tickets £6

Ages 5–7 (11am) 7–12 (2pm, 4pm)

60 mins


Museum of London

Dermot O'Leary, author of the Toto the Ninja Cat series, will be joined by Museum of London curator Meriel Jeater to delve into the history of London and find out what inspired Toto's newest adventures. From St. Paul's to the legend of Dick Whittington and his faithful cat Tom, discover surprising stories through the eyes of Toto and her gang of friends. By the end, you will be ready to take on the museums Beasts of London quiz and find out where in the pack you'd fall in the capital animal kingdom! The digital event will take place on the Museum of London's Facebook Page.

9 April at 11am

FREE - Online

Ages 6-12


Royal Observatory Greenwich

Join a live online make-and-do activity where families will draw a model of the solar system - to scale. Led by a Royal Observatory astronomer, find out about the many objects in our solar system and learn about the vast distances between objects in space. Plus get the chance to ask an Astronomer all your questions about space and astronomy.

Throughout the Easter hols

Selected times 11am–3pm

£5 per device

Ages 7+

Emily and Julia 24 March 2021

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