What's on this weekend? Plan your family weekend with the kids with our round up of what's on in London 1st-2nd September
We have heaps and heaps of inspiration for things to do in London this weekend. The following events are all a&u recommended and should be on any parents' radar! Click on the headers and links for more info and to book:
The annual arts and cultural festival that celebrates the River Thames is back this September! The month-long event has a diverse programme of performances, art and workshops. This weekend, children can make their very own tiny tall ships and add them to a river of masts and sails underneath the hull of Cutty Sark (ages 4+). Families can visit the free exhibition that explores the history the Race for Doggett’s Coat and Badge, or go on Totally Thames Blast with the Thames Rockets.
image by london.gov.uk
Head to the British Museum this Sunday where kids can build a wall in Minecraft to mark the edges of their empire, or make a unique creation inspired by the Romans in Britain. Afterwards, they can use Roman objects in the Museum to find out more about Roman Britain, from Claudius' invasion to Hadrian's famous wall. Free, just drop-in. Sunday, 2nd September. 11am-4pm. Suitable for ages 7+.
© Benedict Johnson
London's first ever Brunch Festival is on this weekend at the Old Truman Brewery. Try out a wide variety of dishes, listen to experts talks and browse the numerous stalls. There will be masterclasses to sign up for and live music to dance to.
image by londonbrunchfest.com
Every Sunday in September the V&A is holding free arts workshops where children can get inspired by the museum and create something with the Design Team. This Sunday (2nd September), it is all about voting and revolutions! Kids can make their own revolutionary placard and march through the museum.
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