The new architecture festival for kids
This wonderful free event encourages children to explore the city and their creative talents. Kids are invited to create, make and build with their families by taking part in a whole range of hands-on activities in and around London’s incredible architecture.
Here at King’s Cross, Gasholder Park is transformed into a carnival of architecture with London-themed crazy golf (from Orms), a build-to-the-moon challenge (with PRP Architects), mini cities to create (with AHMM), kites to build (with Atelier One), craft workshops (with Stride Treglown), plus a high-rise lego challenge. Sessions are free to attend, suitable for ages 0-13, and available on a drop-in basis, no need to book.
More about the Open House Families festival
Across the weekend, there will be more than 40 exciting and hands-on craft activities, engineering experiments, tours and storytelling sessions across London, all aimed to get kids feeling inspired about their city and how they can shape it. Find out more at the Open House Families website.