Make History at the Old Royal Naval College


Come and take part in creative making sessions on the second Sunday of each month. Learn about the stories behind the buildings at the Old Royal Naval College and use a range of materials to make your own creations to take home.

On arrival, head to the Visitor Centre and head upstairs to the Clore Learning Room. 

​​​​​​Sunday 8th October: Constellations – Make a star-filled scene. Create, colour-in and decorate your own constellation. You can even name it too!

Sunday 12th November: Clay Creations – Can you make your own sea creature or coats of arms? Come and get hands-on and messy with this fun family clay activity that you can take home to decorate.

Sunday 10th December: Celebration Decorations – Make a cracker or even a shiny cornucopia! Decorate in-style with this hands-on festive themed family activity.

* NOTE: This event is free, but you will need to collect your free tickets from the information desk in the Visitor Centre on the day *

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Make History

Type:Children's Activity Event

Old Royal Naval College, The Clore (via Visitor Centre), King William Walk, Greenwich, London, SE10 9NN
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Tel+44 (0)20 8269 4799

Opening Times

Second Sunday of the month (8 Jan 2024 - 10 Dec 2024)
Sunday11:00 - 16:00

* FREE Admission

Head to the Visitor Centre on the day and head upstairs to the Clore Learning Room.

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