Join us this Easter for our Free Family Activities
The Pastimes of Victoria Park
Wednesday 5th & Thursday 6th April; and Wednesday 12th & Thursday 13th April!
Victoria Park has played a large role in the story of the East End. As well as the usual place of play and relaxation, it’s been a space for community and protest, even war and art.
Join us this Easter at the Ragged School Museum for
our Family Activities and discover the delights of London’s oldest public park and why the Victorians of the East End loved it so!
Art activities will be on offer throughout the Museum from 10am – 5pm, on Wednesday 5th & Thursday 6th April, as well as the following week on Wednesday 12th & Thursday 13th April. The Victorian classroom will be also open to peruse, as well as the East End Kitchen, Under 5s Ragamuffin Room and the Towpath Café for those parched grown-ups!
Thank you to all who attended our October Half term event and welcomed Clover Moon at the Ragged School Museum.
As well as our regularly scheduled Hallowe’en shenanigans visitors learnt all about Clover’s time in school, her life as a poor Victorian and her love for art.
Penguin Random House also provided trinkets to take home and prizes to be won in our character competion, including 5 signed copies of the book!
Find out who won and read all about their wonderfully creative characters here.