GREENWICH FAMILY SAFARI
Half-term holiday: 10.30am, Tuesday 28th & Wednesday 29th May
Summer holiday: 10.30am, Monday 29th & Wednesday 31st July
If you thought the only animals in town were pet dogs and pigeons, think again! Lions, horses, canaries, parrots, oysters, unicorns and mermen are just some of the animals we'll be looking for on this safari through the centre of Greenwich. We'll track them down with the aid of binoculars and sound effects, and discover their stories. Safari-goers receive an i-spy animal checklist and a beastly snack.
This walk is designed for children aged five and over accompanied by a responsible adult and takes place during school holidays. It is also available at other times to private groups, for example school groups or birthday parties.
Fantastic tour of Greenwich for kids.
Review on www.childfriendly.co.uk, 19 November 2012
We learnt a lot and (more importantly) the children (7 and 5 y/o) and I (grown up age) loved it.
From blog post by hattyzdaze, 27 October 2012
Meet: 10.30am by William IV statue, King William Walk entrance to Greenwich Park (see map).
Duration: Approx 80 mins.
Maximum group size: 12 children.
Suitable for: children aged 5 years and over, accompanied by a responsible adult. There are a few steps up and down.
Tickets: £6 per child. Adults go free. Price includes an i-spy animal checklist and a beastly snack. Book here to secure a place.
Press: Press release and downloadable images available here.