What was life like in the swinging 60s at National Archives
Children's Activity Event, Tue 30 May 2017, free entry
Also at this Venue
Events at this Venue
|Wed 26 Apr||Webinar – Reading old documents|
|Thu 11 May||A talk by Keggie Carew, author of Dadland|
|Thu 11 May||Royal Marines and the Royal Naval Division records|
|Tue 16 May||Webinar – The Wars of the Roses, 1450-1487|
|Fri 19 May||Archives at Night: Sixties|
|Wed 24 May||Advocacy & Building a Case for Support|
Join us in our Keeper’s Gallery to explore what life was like in the 1960s.
We’ll be delving into our collection of original documents to find out more about fashion, music and culture in this famous decade, before taking part in a creative activity led by our Education team.
Adults do not need to book for themselves.
|Tue 30 May 2017||10:30 to 12:00|
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Car : The National Archives is half a mile south of Kew Bridge, on the South Circular Road, A 205. Junction 2 of the M4 motorway is about one and a half miles away. There are 116 spaces in our car park which are free (on a first-come, first-served basis) to researchers using The National Archives. The car park is open from 08:30 to 19:00.
Train : The nearest station to the Kew office is Kew Gardens (Underground - District line and Railway - Silverlink Metro / North London line). Kew Gardens is in both zone 3 and 4, and the journey from central London to Kew takes about 40 minutes. It is a short walk from the station via Ruskin Avenue to The National Archives.
Other convenient railway stations for The National Archives at Kew are Richmond (Travel one stop from there to Kew Gardens) and Kew Bridge (a 15-20 minute walk to us).
Bus: The R68 bus route ends by the entrance to The National Archives, and the 65 and 391 bus routes run along Kew Road.
For further information visit www.tfl.gov.uk
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
- Facilities for groups
- Facilities for educational visits
- Public toilets