Aslan, king of the beasts and of Narnia, is here in colouring page format for the kids to print and colour.
Narnia Colouring Pages
Explore our collection of Narnia colouring pages, featuring some of our favourite characters from The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and Prince Caspian - including the Pevensie children, Mr Tumnus, and Reepicheep! Let us know if you like them and we will add to the collection.
High King Peter ruled Narnia with his brother and sisters during The Golden Age, for fifteen years, before returning back to London and going back to adolescence. Here is our colouring page of the brave king.
Although Edmund Pevensie got off to a rocky start in Narnia, he learned his lessons well and when he was crowned king he was known as King Edmund the Just, and given the titles Duke of Lantern Waste, Count of the Western March and Knight of the Noble Order of the Table.
Here are the kings and queens from the Golden Age of Narnia, for the kids to colour in. That's High King Peter, Queen Susan, King Edmund and Queen Lucy, and of course Aslan.
Young Lucy Pevensie was a brave and loyal girl - even when she was teased by her siblings about making up stories about the magic wardrobe in Uncle Digory's house.
Mr Tumnus the faun was Lucy's first friend in Narnia. He welcomed her into this house and shared his umbrella with her. Here is our colouring page of Mr Tumnus.
Here is a colouring page of Peter Pevensie, the oldest of the Pevensie children. He and his siblings discover the wonderful world of Narnia at the back of their Uncle Digory's wardrobe!
Colour in Queen Lucy from the Narnia stories. Lucy ruled Narnia with her brothers and older sister Susan during the Golden Age, living at Cair Paravel.
Our colouring page of Queen Susan from the Narnia stories shows her in lovely Narnian clothes and carrying her trusty bow and arrow.
Here is a colouring page of Susan Pevensie, the oldest girl of the Pevensie children and later Queen Susan of Narnia.
Here is a colouring picture of the Pevensie children from The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, as we think they might have looked at the beginning of the story.