The South East of England is a fascinating part of the UK. With so many wonderful locations within it, and regions that are diverse and different but equally have so much to offer, there is a lot to see and do. However, while you may be aware of some of the best locations to enjoy a weekend away, you might often feel a little indecisive about where to go and what to do.
This is when a trip to the museum could be a great way to spend some time with the family. However, there are a vast amount of museums out there, all showcasing different things. So it is hard to find out which is the best to go. So I have done the hard work for you. Here are some of the best museums in the South of England.
Escape rooms can often be seen as an adults-only activity as they can take on grown-up themes and high difficulty ratings, however, this is not the case as there are a variety of rooms aimed at bringing the whole family together. In particular, Spy Heroes at AIM Escape in Central London is a brilliant family-friendly escape room.
We’ve just returned from a family day in Covent Garden, London. With so much to see and do in the area. For our next visit, I need to look at a Covent Garden hotel so that we don’t have to cut the fun short to travel home. It was lovely to dedicate our time around one area of London. Allowing us to explore the streets and lanes to discover what they held.
With so much happening in real life and a somewhat different festive season to the one we would normally have. What The Dad Said insisted that we make it out and about on my birthday – despite me wishing to hide from the world. However, it’s always important to celebrate for the sake of the children if nothing else. With this in mind and our new Merlin Annual Passes in hand, we opted for a family day down on London’s Southbank.
You’ve probably already heard about escape rooms from your friends, or maybe you’ve even tried a room yourself! An escape room, also known as a quest room or escape game, is an indoor game in which players are locked in a room and must find clues, solve puzzles and complete tasks in order to escape within a certain time limit.
Escape rooms are often thought of as an activity for adults or teenagers, but can it suit families with children too? Is it worth a try?
You’re heading into the Big Smoke with the children? You’re in for a thrilling trip! The capital is a hustling, bustling adventure for all ages, that’s for sure. Zipping around on the underground is certain to excite, and the fun’s only just starting.
Apart from having some of the best museums in the world, London also has some beautiful parks, street markets and tourist attractions that are bound to keep anyone busy. In fact, it’ll be hard to find any other city in the world that has so much to do- for free! Keep reading to discover some of the best free things to do when you’re here.
With the Easter holidays underway for us (although some parts of the UK don’t start until next week), it’s time to think about activities for the children. Who needs a chocolate filled Easter Egg hunt when you can go on an extra special one with #YoshisCraftedWorld at KidZania London!
Rather than running yourself ragged on your next trip to London, plan your itinerary a little differently. Maybe extend your stay if you want to do it all, or narrow down your to-do list, concentrating on particularly child-friendly areas within the Capital. London Southbank is a great place to start.