What's On Events Swing into Spring at the Old Royal Naval College Join us for a spectacular programme of events to celebrate the return of Spring with the whole family. Be one of the first to see the stunning transformation which has taken place in the Painted Hall and the Undercroft below, and be part of our Spring celebrations. Explore this extraordinary space with expert tours, new multimedia guides, new hands-on exhibits and a unique chance to see the Tudor foundations of Greenwich Palace that once stood here which were discovered as part of the renovation works in the Undercroft. Discover the sights, smells and sounds the season brings with plenty of great activities; take part in our craft sessions for kids; meet our roaming historic characters; join one of our guided tours; indulge in incredible food and drink and more. What’s On: Conserving A Masterpiece: The Painted Hall Project In Pictures 10am – 5pm, Mezzanine Gallery in the Visitor Centre Take a look back and explore the conservation of the Painted Hall in a photographic showcase When The Sailors Met The King 9 & 11 April, 1pm – 3pm, Painted Hall Bring your little ones to this lively multi-sensory storytelling session using our unique tactile rug to engage young children. Book Now SEND Sensory Backpacks 17 April, 11am – 1pm, Painted Hall Use our amazing multi-sensory backpacks to interact with the exciting paintings on the Ceiling Book Now Construction of an Icon 12 April, 10:30am – 11:45am, Queen’s House, Royal Museums Greenwich Join in as multi award-winning actor Christopher Green takes on the role of Elizabeth I in a grand procession from the Queen's House to the National Portrait gallery, accompanied by members of the Amies Freedom Choir, creating a soulful 21st century masque. For more information, click here Easter Weekend: Friday 19 April – Sunday 21 April Historic Figures 11am – 4pm, multiple locations Say hello to Elizabeth I, Samuel Pepys and many more who will be roaming the grounds telling the fascinating tales and stories about the times they were here. Activity Kart 1pm – 2pm, Visitor Centre Get creative in our family fun filled crafts workshops Amber Markets 10am – 7pm, next to Lewin Gate Enjoy a tantalising selection of some of the finest street food with local favourites Our Visitor Centre, Chapel, Grounds and the new King William Undercroft space are free to visit. Entry into the Painted Hall is ticketed (adults £12, children 16 and under are free). Tickets allow unlimited re-entry for a year and includes use of a multimedia guide, live talks throughout the day and tours. For younger visitors, there’s a free activity book, plus Sea Explorer bags packed with sensory items to borrow and play with.