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 Low Cost/No Cost Family Fun in London


Food Glorious Food - Horniman Museum

FREE (All ages)

100 London Road, SE23 3PQ / 020 8699 1872 /

Buses: 176, 185, 312, P4, 63, 122, P13

Sat 26th Sep, 9am-4pm

Take part in a series of special events to mark the second anniversary of the Horniman Farmers’ Market. Celebrations include ‘grow your own’ demos, food inspired family activities and tea related activities.


Your River Family Festival - Museum of London Docklands

FREE (Ages 5+)

Hertsmere Road, West India, E14 4AL / 020 7001 9844 /

Nearest tube: Barbican/St Pauls/Moorgate

Sat 26th & Sun 27th Sep, noon-4pm

Explore the sights, sounds and stories of the Thames through the memories of its local people. Discover why the Thames is so important to the people of London, be inspired by the river and get creative in crafts, join a storytelling session to hear about a watery adventure and get your toes tapping along to a lively performance.


Wonder(fin)land – The Finnish Institute

FREE (All ages)

Unit 1, 3 York Way, N1C 4AE / 020 8693 5254 /

Nearest Tube: Kings Cross

Sat 26th & Sun 27th Sep, 10am–5pm

The Institute’s creative space will be turned into a magical wonderland this weekend for lots of Finnish fun for the whole family! The Alice in Wonderland inspired Workshops will allow visitors to explore Finnish design through arts and crafts and a Wonderforest container will showcase a simulated Finnish forest with a multitude of technological innovations and forest materials. 


Pearly Kings and Queens Harvest Festival

Guildhall Yard, Gresham St, EC2V 5AE /

Nearest Tube: Bank / Mansion House

Sun 27th Sep, from 1pm

Celebrate the harvest with the pearly kings and queens who will be wearing their traditional pearl button suits as they parade from Guildhall to St Mary-le-Bow Church for a service of thanksgiving.


What Heals? - Pump House Gallery

FREE (All Ages)

Battersea Park, SW11 4NJ / 020 8871 7572 /

Bus: 137

Sun 27th Sep, noon-4pm

We are surrounded by many people and things that heal us every day; from eating good food and practicing sport, to sleeping or spending time with friends and family. Take part in the collaborative drawing of each hexagon. Think of the things in your daily life that heal you and make you feel better. Draw three of these on your hexagon. Swap heaxagons with others around you, and keep drawing all the things that heal you. Experiment with the size, style and colour or draw over or continue someone else’s drawing.


The Sunday Spot - South London Gallery

FREE (Ages 3-12yrs)

65-67 Peckham Road, SE5 8UH / 020 7703 6120 /

Buses: 345

Sun 27th Sep, 2pm-4pm

You are challenged to activate space and make something on a larger scale than you might otherwise; work independently or together to create a final collaborative piece. A drop-in workshop, no booking required.



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