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.
Following the movie launch of How to Train your Dragon: The Hidden World, budding Dragon trainers will have the chance to come face to face with the new Light Fury, at Shrek’s Adventure! London.
At the end of August, I had the opportunity to take Tigger and Roo to WWE Live at the O2 in London. Being a fan of Wrestling for nearly 30 years I was looking forward to it, as for Roo she has been watching WWE for a couple of years and keeps relatively up to date via social media as she is quite busy.
Everyone knows the story of the Wizard of Oz, how Dorothy travels to a magical land, finds some Ruby Slippers and defeats the Wicked Witch of the West that everyone in fears.
But what do you know about the Wicked Witch? It’s time to take a trip to see the hit West End show Wicked for the lowdown on why this witch is, well, Wicked!
Visiting Warner Bros. Studio Tour London, I always make a beeline to the Weasley’s kitchen. There is something about it that is so homely, welcoming and chaotic all at the same time. During the Hogwarts in the Snow exhibition, the kitchen is transformed ready for Christmas dinner with the Weasleys.