Old Royal Naval College
Hop on down to Greenwich this Easter for a host of fun activities for all the family.
The Great Easter Trail | 1-16 April
Explore the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College and Visitor Centre with a special Easter trail booklet. Spot all the sites to win a sweet treat.
10am-5pm | Trail booklets £3
Skittle Bunny Challenge | 1-16 April
The Easter Bunny has taken over our Victorian Skittle Alley. Children are invited to knock the skittles over and win a sweet treat.
12pm-3pm | Included in the price of Painted Hall tickets (kids go free with accompanying adults)
First Sunday Storytelling | 2 April
Easter Discoveries. Follow a sailor’s journey to different countries, as they discover some interesting Easter traditions from around the world. A sensory story with sounds and smells. (Recommended age: 3-7)
Children free (parents/careers will need a £5 First Sunday Painted Hall entry ticket or use their annual pass) | 11.30am & 1.30pm
Make History Workshop | 9 April
Children can have a go at Easter Basket Weaving. Aimed at children from 5+, but all children are welcome. Drop-ins welcome.
11am-4pm | Free
Easter Afternoon Tea | 9 April
Indulge in afternoon tea in the historic Admiral’s House on Easter Sunday. This exclusive setting is rarely open to the public and is one of the oldest buildings onsite, with views of the Thames and a regal yet intimate atmosphere.
£42 (children £25)
Blackheath Morris Men | 10 April
Returning to mark the traditional Easter Lifting Ceremony, Blackheath Morris will dance outside the Visitor Centre on Easter Monday.
12.45pm-1.15pm | Free
Street Food Market | 7-10 April
Whether your favourite is Asian, Greek, German or Mexican, there will be something to tickle your taste buds.
Admiral’s TeaSelected Sundays | Various times
Indulge in our afternoon tea offering in historic Admiral’s House on selected Sundays.Find out more
Film & TV Location TourSaturdays & Sundays (plus Fridays & Mondays at peak periods) | 12.30pm & 2.30pm
Join us for a fascinating behind-the-scenes tour of what’s been called “the most popular filming location in the world.” (Empire magazine).Find out more
Painted Hall Display: Letter written by Sir Christopher Wren21 Feb 2023 - January 2024
A letter written by Sir Christopher Wren will be exhibited in the Painted Hall vestibule from February 25 to commemorate the anniversary of his death.Find out more