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London for Children

London for Children

Common stereotype that London is not very children friendly often puts off families from choosing this historical city as their holiday destination. The fact is that the city buzz often scares visitors with children, but it is mostly because they do not pick the right places.

London is very children friendly with its approach to playgrounds, parks, museums, family-friendly London restaurants and other attractions for children in London. Today almost all London museums has something specifically for children and places like Hamleys toy shop or Legoland in Windsor Castle are very popular.

Whether your kids are obsessed with sports, arts, music, gadgets, video games or sweets - they will definitely find themselves in London as there is everything they need.

Make the most of the outdoor experience, visit the London Zoo or IMAX 3D Cinema at the London Science Museum or take your kids to the RAF Museum that has an extensive collection of aircraft from around the world. Gadget and technology lovers will enjoy it as well.

London has a lot of museums that children will love. Having both entertaining and educational value, some London Museums organize special activities for children like drawing classes and workshops.

Parks And City Farms
London parks are perfect for children outdoor activities. London Hyde Park has a dedicated playground and lots of green space with rich wildlife - your child will get to see the craziest squirrels in the city! Another good idea is to visit London's city farms which your kids will definitely enjoy.

Hamleys on Regent Street in London or Benjamin Pollock's toy shop in London Covent Garden will spoil your children for choice but might be heavy on your purse strings.

There are a few London theatres that are focused on children. Polka Children theatre offers a space to play, discover and create for all ages. The Little Angel Theatre will entertain with puppets and the Half Moon Young People's Theatre will additionally offer a variety of participatory projects.The cost for tickets is around £5 for children and adults, unless you are attending a West End theatre where it is likely to be closer to £15 and upwards.
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Explore London for Children outdoor activities!