Find out more about the toys and games children have played with through the centuries.
Hieroglyphs, telephones, computers… discover how we communicate with each other has changed through the centuries.
Learn how to write like an Ancient Egyptian scribe by making your very own papyrus - a type of paper.
Did you know that we have a mummified cat in our collection of objects? Unveil the secrets of Ancient Egyptian mummies and design your sarcophagus.
The answer is yes! Learn more about what kind of pets the Romans had and tell us about yours.
Archaeologists found the arm of a mysterious Roman statue in Greenwich Park. Can you draw what the rest of this statue might have looked like and think more about Roman art?
Their clothes were very different from the ones we wear now but much of their jewellery looks familiar. Design and make your very own Roman brooch.
Tudor Kings and Queens lived in the Palace of Placentia in Greenwich. What would your Tudor palace look like? This is your chance to design it.
Cooking has changed over time. Learn to cook biscuits like a Tudor with this activity.
Charlton House is very old with many people living there through the centuries – and it’s said to be haunted! Click to find out more.
Find out how people lived in Victorian times and take a moment to think about what life could have been like for a child your age.
We have a gas mask in our collection of objects. Why did adults and children wear masks during the war? Why do we wear masks today?
During the war, many children had to be evacuated out of London to stay safe. Find out more with this activity: