Family favourites

Come and take part in one of our free activities and enjoy an exciting festival week packed full of family fun from Imperial College London, the V&A, Science Museum, Natural History Museum, Royal College of Music and many more!


Weaving Waste

Get creative with the contents of your recycling bin and discover some of the surprising ways new life is brought to waste materials by artists and engineers.


Future Explorers

What will our world look like in 2050? Become a Future Explorer and investigate the not-too-distant future.


Create your own 'Windflower': Workshop with Urban Radicals and Andrew Kerr

SOLD OUT. A session for children introducing the ideas of wind energy and recycling through playful craft activities.


Tree-Mendous Adventures

Come with us and adventure through the trees! Journey from the end of the roots to the tips of the leaves.


Catch the Carbon

Help our Explainers capture that carbon! Join us to find out what carbon is, why it’s causing our planet some problems and what we can do to solve them.

All Ages

South Ken Green Trail

Pop-up nature hubs and installations created by architects, artists and garden designers will leave you buzzing with new ideas and inspiring visions for a greener future.


Green Poems for a Blue Planet

A humorous, theatrical and challenging eco-comedy stand-up poetry performance suitable for the whole family.


Family Festival Quiz

Join us for some green entertainment with the return of our Festival Family Quiz!

Character illustration workshop

Take inspiration from the Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser exhibition at the V&A to learn illustration techniques to create your own unique characters.


Dodo Masks Workshop

Join us for a making activity to celebrate the Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser exhibition. Using the mysterious dodo as an example of animal extinction, design your very own fantastical dodo mask.


Youth Band Blow!

An exciting set of workshops and performances to inspire the budding youth band brass musician looking to take their playing to the next level. Led by leading lights in the brass world, the Royal College of Music and Brass Band England.