The Park offers adventures and interests to all ages. Grass stretches wide, flat and sloping, for all sorts of games and activities. There is an excellent playground with a pleasant sand-pit; a boating pond - for most of the year; miriad birds - land and water based and of course the squirrels and deer. For other fun and learning there is the adjacent National Maritime Museum with its special galleries for young visitors and, for older children, the Observatory. Within the yearly programme of activities and events in the Park are several specifically for children. The Wildlife Centre and associated Nature Trail stimulate young children's interest. The interactive theatre project "Living History", played with actors, attracts pupils studying Key Stage 2 from local schools.
Saturday 24 February 2018 - 1pm to 3pm
Drop In at the Wildlife Centre
The Wildlife Centre is near the south end of the Lake in the Flower Gardens.
Organised by the Friends Wildlife Group on behalf of The Royal Parks, the Centre is opened regularly on the last Saturday of the month. Watch any wildlife that is passing by. Information on wildlife in Greenwich Park and wildlife-related craft activities for youngsters. Guided tours of the Nature Trail and Deer Hide. If you would be interested in helping to run these drop-ins, please come along to the next session and speak to one of the volunteers. They can give you details and tell you all about it.