Free, fun and family-friendly workshops
Are you looking for a family friendly activity to take part in this Easter?
Offering a variety of free, fun, family activities inspired by current exhibitions, the National Portrait Gallery is the perfect place spend your Easter holidays.
For budding young photographers, attend a free photography session, Strike a Pose. Running from 8th-9th April, the workshop is inspired by the exhibition Only Human: Martin Parr.
Perhaps your an aspiring artist? Try a miniature portrait painting workshop, Mini Me. Running from 11th-12th April, paint your own tiny portrait inspired by the miniature portraits on display in Elizabethan Treasures: Miniatures by Hilliard and Oliver and learn about the surprising materials used in Tudor times.
Or, try the Jazzy Jewels workshop, perfect for fingers that like to fiddle. Taking place on 12th April, make your own necklace or bracelet using beads, ribbon and glitter, inspired by jewellery shown in Elizabethan Treasures: Miniatures.
Plus, take all of your creations home with you!
Afternoon Tea in the Portrait Restaurant
Just a stone’s throw from Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus, sits the elegant family-friendly National Portrait Gallery’s Portrait restaurant.
Offering one of the best panoramic London landscape views, the Portrait Restaurant is the perfect place to settle down after your free family activities.
So why not sit back and relax to a delightful Afternoon Tea?
Taste scrumptious light bites filled with delicious delights including crunchy cucumber and fresh cress to smoked salmon and glazed gammon, from the Afternoon Tea menu.
Enjoy all this whilst feasting your eyes on a dreamy city-scape view. Look out over Nelsons column in Trafalgar Square, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the London eye, there really is no where better to be to celebrate Easter.
To make a reservation call 020 7312 2490 or click the button below.