Local family friendly events for the next few weeks.

As the weather is getting better and a school break is coming up, here are some local things you may enjoy doing with your kids as well as few suggestions if you want to travel:

Spring Festival for Persian New Year - Norouz Bazaar in St John's Wood

March 10-11, Saturday & Sunday, 11:00 to 17:00

It’s the countdown to a colourful 28th annual a charity Norouz Bazaar at Danubius Hotel, opposite Lord’s Cricket Ground, St Johns Wood. A great place to join on #MothersDay to savour the flavour of world’s most famous Spring Festival! #PersianNewYear 

Family friendly free event in St Jhon's Wood

Easter Fayre, St. John's Wood.

March 17-18, Saturday and Sunday, 11:00-18:00

Come and join St. John's Hospice at the annual Easter Fayre  at St John’s Wood Church Gardens, Wellington Road (entrance), NW8 7PF.

Children can enjoy new and classic fairground rides, take donkey rides in the park and join in with our great big Easter Egg Hunt! There will be various stalls, including food.


a bit further away from St John's Wood...


Family Day: Chamber Challenge

March 24, Saturday, 10:30-15:30 at Wigmore Hall

Interactive workshop day for families with children aged 5 plus with Diphonon Duo (viola and accordion), on a marvellous music-making adventure.


My First Ballet: Swan Lake at Peacock Theatre

29 March - 7 April at Peacock Theatre.

Family friendly - age guidance is 3+ . All ages will be admitted and children 2 years old and above will need a ticket. Family ticket: 4 tickets for £65, available on tickets that are usually £20 each. Family ticket must include at least 2 children.

Ballet for children

and event further away...

Visit Roald Dahl Musium as a different day out with your children...

The Roald Dahl Museum is a great little family Museum, situated in Great Missenden, the Buckinghamshire village where Roald Dahl lived and wrote for 36 years.

The Museum, aimed at 6 to 12 year olds, features three hands-on galleries and is home to the Roald Dahl archive. Plan to join museum's story-telling or activities to enjoy the visit more.

Enjoy the spring!