Monday, 14 July 2014

ArchiKids: a Family Festival of Architecture

If flying kites between skyscrapers 
and building a four-metre Lego Gherkin inside the Gherkin 
sounds intriguing & entertaining,  
then save the weekend of 26/27 July 
for lots of creative fun. 

A Mum in London

Archikids Festival

Archikids is an architecture festival   
full of fun and free activities 
that aim to encourage little Londoners 
to explore and interact with their city 
through play and creativity. 

Architects, artists, engineers, designers, students and city workers, 
in association with Open-City's education team,  
run fabulous activities, 
all centred around four festival hubs 
across the City of London's Square Mile. 

A Mum in London

Archikids Activities 

The free activities, aimed at children aged 5-11,  
are utterly brilliant 
{younger/older children are welcome, of course}. 

Check some of them: 
building a lego Gherkin replica inside the Gherkin, 
attending a city planning masterclass for mini architects, 
drawing London's skyline from a roof terrace, 
helping build tree-houses and leafy lairs, 
snapping a London view and turning it to a postcard, 
design, building and testing the Broadgate Skatepark 
and many many more exciting activities. 

In a nutshell: a weekend full of creative fun 
for the whole family. 

Archikids festival, free to attend, Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 July 2014, from 10am to 17pm
Activities across the City of London’s Square Mile, see map &  info 
View the full programme & book where necessary.

2 comments:

  1. That sounds like brilliant fun! Off to Santorini tomorrow, look forward to making good use of your tips! :)

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    1. Oh, I'm so jealous now! Have a fab time in Santorini, I'm sure you will love it there (it must be one of the most beautiful places in the whole world)!

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