Family events in Greenwich in June
Date Posted: 22/05/14
During the month of June, the Royal Museums Greenwich, which includes the Cutty Sark, the Royal Observatory, the National Maritime Museum and Queen’s House, will be hosting a number of family fun events.
At the historic tea clipper the Cutty Sark on June 1st, cook James Robson will be singing songs with kids about life on the seven seas and then on the weekend of June 7th and 8th, kids can get stuck into arts and crafts by making their own ship hats.
Every Saturday at the National Maritime Museum, visitors will get the chance to meet a character from the past, who will take them on a time-travelling journey.
The Royal Observatory will also be hosting a range of activities such as steampunk film screenings and planetarium shows to talks about stargazing. Visitors will be able to explore the history of satellite navigation.
And on weekends and bank holidays, guests can meet time-travelling Astronomer Royal Nevil Maskelyne and his human computer Mary Edwards to discover all about Greenwich in the 18th century.
Visit Greenwich during a city break and book a room at a London hotel.
Posted by Hayley Brent
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