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Kids Saturday Pizza Workshop

Our May half term pizza workshops were so popular, we're hosting more! We invite children aged 8-12 to visit the Garden Museum pizzeria on Saturday 3rd July for a hands-on 75 minute workshop designing, rolling out and preparing toppings for an individual pizza, with a customizable pizza box to take it away to share and enjoy off site.

Menu: Homemade pizza base with design your own seasonal vegetable toppings and cheese! 

Ticket price £5 per child*, includes all food for the workshop and a pizza box to take your pizza away to enjoy.

Please read the full details below about the format and set up of these sessions before booking.

We are excited to be returning to in person cooking sessions, but have made some adaptations to how we can work safely while social distancing remains.

This class is designed for children aged 8-12, and we will host a small group size of no more than 5 children plus our Food Learning Officer Ceri. Children will work independently with their own chopping area and equipment (or in pairs if from the same family) and we will all socially distance around the room. Any food cooked will be packaged up takeaway style to be enjoyed after the class.

As our learning studio kitchen is small, children will attend the session unsupervised by their parents, but we ask that at least one parent stays on site during the cooking session – either in our gardens, or in the Museum. Entry to the Museum is included in the cooking class ticket, but does not include entry to the Constance Spry Exhibition. If you would like to visit this new exhibition, a timed ticket will need to purchased in advance on line.

Parents will need to leave contact details. Furthermore we ask that you read our Garden Museum visitor charter before your visit.

We ask you to consider before booking, whether your child will be comfortable with this adjusted set up.

It will be a bit different to what we are used to, and we hope these measures will only be temporary over the next month or so – we’re just excited to get back to cooking in person. We very much hope to welcome back families to cook together by the summer holidays.

Image: Ceri Jones