For a full list of what’s happening in The Royal Parks visit www.royalparks.org.uk/events
Discover the tiny wildlife of Brompton Cemetery
During the half-term break children can discover the fascinating world of London’s bugs with Mission Invertebrate in Brompton Cemetery. Join a bug hunt, discover fascinating facts during interactive storytelling and make critter crafts to take home.
Budding young environmentalists will meet the cemetery’s hidden heroes and learn about their vital roles as recyclers, pollinators and sources of food.
Brompton Cemetery is one of Britain’s oldest and most distinguished garden cemeteries and is managed by The Royal Parks on behalf of the nation.
Where: Cafe North Lodge, Brompton Cemetery.
Learn to make a film Attenborough style
Help your young nature enthusiast follow in the footsteps of David Attenborough by signing them up to make a mini wildlife documentary in Hyde Park.
Led by our Royal Parks Learning Team, the session will involve children filming and editing their own masterpiece, with the animals of Hyde Park as the leading characters.
Prepare to be scared in Hyde Park
Enter if you dare. In the run-up to Halloween, dress up your little one in a frightening costume and prepare to be spooked at The LookOut Discovery Centre in Hyde Park. Explore the hair-raising nature trail, make a potion from the undergrowth, listen to ghost stories and make a bat box.
Where: The LookOut Discovery Centre
Celebrate autumn in Greenwich and The Regent's Parks
Join the Field Studies Council for autumnal nature-inspired activities with the family. Learn about the creatures that are getting ready to hide away for winter, make hedgehog pictures and play rabbit games.
Cost: £6 for children. Free for adults. (Suitable for ages 18 months-11 years)