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Daily 10.30am - 5.30pm
Join free and fabulous Horniman craft activities this summer holiday inspired by the Horniman Gardens and the museum's collection. Please click on the title above to see specific activities by day.
Miss Horniman leads a story tour around the gardens.
Come and meet our curators and other experts and find out about what excites the Horniman, from beetles that live in horse poo to why we wear what we do.
A locally sourced and locally sold weekly farmers' market selling a variety or produce, hot food and more in our Gardens.
Touch real museum objects and discover them with your family in these popular sessions for families of all kinds.
Celebrate the opening of our new installation, the Great Animal Orchestra, with a day of music and family activities inspired by the animal world.
Come and visit our Hands On Base and explore its thousands of real objects from around the world.
Our popular storytellers bring the collections and Gardens alive with stories from around the world.
Our popular storytellers bring the collections and gardens alive with enchanting stories from around the world told on our Victorian bandstand.
A fun family session exploring the spring environment in the Gardens' meadow and log pile habitats.
Join in fun, healthy drop-in family activities in the Horniman Gardens with Community Teachsport.
Make a nature notebook to explore the Horniman Gardens this summer.
Join us in the Music Gallery to hear a live performance on our 1772 Kirckman Harpsichord.
Join us for a day of activities inspired by the Edwardian tea party. This event is part of the Big Wednesday series which takes place throughout August.
Join us around the bandstand and hear your favourite tunes from 1910s ragtime to 1930s hot swing.
A fun family session exploring the summer environment in the Nature Trail pond.
Join us for a musical adventure and stories inspired by the Great Animal Orchestra exhibition.
Join a popular tour of the Museum by our very own Mr Horniman.
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