Spring Activities From The Wandsworth Museum

Family fun including early years events

Children’s Easter Fun and Crafts

Wednesday 1 April, 1-4pm: Balham Library, 16 Ramsden Road, SW12 8QY
Wednesday 8 April, 1-4pm: York Gardens Library, Lavender Road, SW11 2UG
Free, drop in  

Taking inspiration from Battersea Park's historical Easter Parade, spend the afternoon sticking, gluing, drawing and printing Easter decorations From making bunting to designing Easter cards, staff from Wandsworth Museum and the libraries will be doing lots of activities with families to celebrate the history of Easter celebrations in the borough.All activities are FREE and there is no need to book, just drop in between 1pm and 3.30pm. All activities must finish at 4pm. The activities are for children age 3+ and children must be accompanied by an adult at all times,  please be aware that activities include fabric paint and glue.  

Toddler Time Travel

Wandsworth Museum is launching its new Toddler Time Travel sessions at Battersea Arts Centre this April. The workshops, designed for children 6 months to four years, explore Wandsworth’s unique history from the time of hunter gathers to the present day through songs, stories, making, object handling and creative play.
Thursdays: Drop in session 10am-12pm, lead songs and stories at 10.45am. Cost:  £5 for 1st child, £3 for siblings or additional children (siblings under 6 months get in free).

16th April: Discover Early Man
23rd April: Unearth Roman Wandsworth
30th April: Uncover Tudor Wandsworth
7th May: Explore Victorian Wandsworth
14th May: Investigate the 1940’s and 50’s
21st May: Delve into Modern Wandsworth
For more information contact Zoe or Michelle by emailing bookings@wandsworthmuseum.co.uk or call 0208 87060March 9, 2015June: Unearth Roman Wandsworth
11thJune: Uncover Tudor Wandsworth
18th June: Explore Victorian Wandsworth
25th June: Investigate the 1940s and 50s
2nd July: Delve into Modern Wandsworth

(The Wandsworth Museum Collection on West Hill is currently closed due to relocation.)

March 6, 2015