Royal Docks Kids Club
This summer the Royal Docks Kids Club is launching a summer camp, which will offer a variety of activities and field trip adventures for children during a four-week programme, as well as assist them in bridging learning gaps and preparing them for the year ahead.
The programme's usual cost is from £15 per day. Alternatively, there are a limited number of free slots available from Tuesday 27–Friday 30 August as part of our consultation programme. Working in conjunction with Bow Arts, the Royal Docks Kids Club are offering free afternoon sessions on these days, including tutor-led activities and creative play for 4-11 year olds with light refreshments. Families and carers are invited at the end of each session to share your ideas, complete a questionnaire or leave a comment.
For your visit
Art & Culture
Sample an impressive range of art events and workshops, or just the great coffee, at this Bow Arts caff.
Food & Drink
Galyons Bar & Kitchen
This 19th-century dockside inn has recently been reborn as a waterside gastropub.
University of East London
UEL's docklands campus is known for its state-of-the-art sports facilities and formiddable reputation.
Join the Docks
Our Docks: Local history family fun
Sun 22 Sep, 12-4pm
Join us at the Museum of London Docklands, housed inside a magnificent Grade I listed sugar warehouse on West India Quay, to voyage through the rich history of London’s docks at this family fun day.
Join the Docks
Our Docks: Compressor House community history event
Sun 29 Sep, 1-4pm
Visit Compressor House, a historic building not usually open to the public, originally built as a refrigerated storage facility in 1914. Discover the history of the site, the people who worked and lived around the Royal Docks and the role London’s docks played in making East London what it is today.