Visit a fascinating museum and take in the latest displays.
A memorable day that commemorates and honours all who served, supported or suffered in the bombing campaigns of WWII. Visit the UK's tallest war memorial - The Spire - which was the last sight of Britain seen by the 58000 names on the surrounding Walls of Names.
Visit a working paper mill to see machinery still producing paper today - after being given to the mill back in 1803! Take a guided tour, have a go making your own to take home plus enjoy a relaxing boat trip up the river that powers the recently restored wheel.
Visit RAF London Museum - located on the former Hendon Aerodrome. The museum houses a selection of aviation artefacts, memorabilia and a collection of over 100 aircraft onsite including a Vulcan B2, Eurofighter Tycoon, Vickers FB5, Avro Lancaster and the legendary Spitfire.
Learn about the history and the implications of genocide during this very moving and thought-provoking visit. Step into the museum which houses artefacts from that time, wander through the memorial gardens to reflect and remember as well as listen to one of the Holocaust survivors as they recount their experience.