Download the activity and design your own cypher - a design made up of letters, usually representing someone’s initials.
If you visit any of the Royal Residences look out for the cyphers on display.... Read more about Design a Cypher Activity
The design of the coachmen's liveries at the Royal Mews are hundreds of years old. Have a go at designing your own coachman's outift with this downloadable activity sheet.... Read more about Dressing a Coachman
Leonardo da Vinci used and recorded a number of rules to help him when drawing the head and face. Many of these rules involved the observation of certain features of the face and their measurements between each other. These observations now provide... Read more about Face Facts: Children's activity
Go on a journey of discovery through the current exhibition at The Queen's Gallery using the Family Activity Bags. The bags contain a variety of activities for children and parents to enjoy together.
Why did Henry VIII spend so much time at Windsor Castle? What sports and activities did the King like to do when he was here? Find out by playing the
King of the Castle: Henry's Windsor game.... Read more about King of the Castle: Children's activity
Perspective is vital in artistic composition. It provides the artist with a method of capturing the three dimensional world on a two dimensional surface.
Find out more about the process of perspective with our this interactive games.... Read more about Looking at perspective: Children's activity
By looking closely at paintings we can often discover a lot more than meets the eye. Artists had the ability to tell a story without using words. Instead they use hidden symbols and clues to pass on a message to the viewer.... Read more about Seeing the story: Children's activity