Struggling with ideas to keep the kids entertained? Here is a list of activities to keep them occupied this school holiday.
The cinema is a perfect way to get out of the house when it's too cold and wet to do anything else. You can now enjoy great value with their Adult and Child tickets, where the grownups pay kids' prices.
Whether it's just you and the little one, or the whole family, Odeon's great value tickets give you even more reasons to visit the big screen together. Click here for more information.
Craving that fresh, flame-grilled PERi-PERi? You're in luck. Nando's Greenwich - Peninsula have got you. Find them at Millennium Leisure Park, they're open for Eat-in, Collect and Delivery. So whatever your plans, come in, say hey and hear those six familiar words... "Have you been to Nando's before?" They will do the rest. Click here to book your table.
Why not feed the whole family after an activity fuelled day at Pizza Hut with their unlimited buffet.
As well as being a tasty treat, the Pizza Hut Buffet is also amazing value.
Weekday Buffets start from just £9.99 for adults and £7.99 for kids and both come with Unlimited Salad.
You can also upgrade to the Buffet Bundle, where you’ll get Buffet and Salad, plus a bottomless drink and Ice Cream Factory from £14.99 for adults and £9.99 for kids.
The Pizza Hut Buffet is available every day, seven days a week, EVEN ON THE WEEEKEND. Whether you’re grabbing a quick bite or a leisurely lunch, Pizza Hut’s got you covered. Click here to book your table.
Want to see what else Greenwich has to offer? Here's what else is happening locally
The Royal Observatory Greenwich is the home of Greenwich Mean Time and the Prime Meridian of the World. It is also home to London's only planetarium, the Harrison timekeepers and the UK's largest refracting telescope.
If you have ever wondered how stars and planets are born, what astronomers do during the daytime or even about the place in the universe, the interactive Weller Astronomy Galleries will help you unravel the mysteries of the cosmos. A thoroughly entertaining and educational day out! Click here to find out more.
A real family adventure awaits you on the Greenwich Cable Car Mission self-guided spy themed Treasure Trail. All ages from 6 to 106 can get involved in solving the clues along this Trail.
You'll explore both North Greenwich and the Royal Victoria Docks, seeking out clues on existing plaques, signs, buildings and monuments to obtain information to enter into your answer grid in order to complete your mission.
With about 1.5 miles of walking and a cable car ride in between, they estimate that the Trail will take around 2 hours.
You'll need to purchase tickets for the cable car separately but you can buy them on the day - no need to book in advance!
At the end of your mission, you can check your de-activation code online and if you're right, download a certificate to prove that you truly are great secret agents! Click here to find out more.
Greenwich Park is the oldest royal park in London and one of the biggest green spaces in south-east London, so it is the perfect place to take a picnic on a sunny day. The park also has a wealth of nature within its walls, so why not bring along a bird or bug book to help you identify what is living in the park. There are numerous refreshment points and full facilities including disabled access too so it's not exactly into the wild, but has that same sort of feel once you're out there.
Zip up your climb jacket. Pull on your boots. Hook up your harness. Then make your way up the south face of one of the most striking buildings in London’s skyline. Kids have to be aged eight or over, at least 1.2m tall and accompanied by an adult (at a 1:1 ratio) and it’s not overly challenging so the kids shouldn’t find it too hard. Book here for tickets.
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