Travel: Family things to see and do On a Day Trip To Greenwich

The Greenwich Mummy | Travel Guide: Day Trip to Greenwich Cutty Sark

Whether your coming from Richmond, Runcorn, or Rome, Greenwich is a major tourism town that sees millions of people paving its streets every year. This year, however, has slightly been a little different. With lockdown eased and things coming back to a sense of ‘normality’ again, the streets of Greenwich are starting to fill up […]

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Keep Calm & Do Yoga in the French Alps: L’Essentiel yoga and wellbeing festival

The Greenwich Mummy | UK Family Travel & Lifestyle Blog

The beautiful village of Megève in the French Alps is set to hold the inaugural edition of L’Essentiel later this summer, with the three-day wellness festival already creating a buzz amongst seasoned yoga enthusiasts and those new to the ancient discipline. The brainchild of respected yoga teacher Katy Mission, the programme is being organised by Megève Tourism […]

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National Maritime Museum launches two outdoor family nature trails this weekend

The Greenwich Mummy Blog - Ice skating in Greenwich at the Queen's House ice rink

Anyone else missing their weekly trip to the National Maritime Museum? We didn’t visit weekly but I know there are a lot of parents who found the NMM a fantastic place for children especially during the school holidays as well as term time. There were daily activities for all ages and that wonderful Ahoy Gallery […]

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Greenwich Dance presents ‘Up My Street’ online from June 25th!

The Greenwich Mummy Blog | Greenwich Dance - Up My Street Online

Greenwich Dance presents “Up My Street” online! Our local Charlton-based dance company, Greenwich Dance will be broadcasting four ‘TV episodes’ featuring brand new dance works performed by professional dancers and local volunteers and interviews with choreographers from next week. With the Covid-19 quarantine only eased slightly, cinemas and theatres are still no-go zones. Bummer. There’s […]

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Review: The Lost Thing at the Linbury Theatre, Royal Opera House

The Greenwich Mummy Blog: The Lost Thing at Linbury Theatre review

So you want to hear a story? Yrots a raeh ot tnaw uoy os? Last week we were invited along to attend a showing of The Lost Thing at the Royal Opera House. As the show was suitable for children aged 6+ I was allowed to bring a plus one and naturally, I took Little […]

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The Top 5 open-air ice skating rinks in London review

The Greenwich Mummy Blog - Ice Skating Rinks in London this Christmas

This winter is the best time for us to get our skates on and unleash our inner figure skater vibes! I cannot skate but that doesn’t stop me getting on the ice. I try to go at least once every year and each year I tell myself that I will take up skating and get […]

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