If you’re visiting the capital of the UK with kids, there are plenty of amazing things to see and do. Check out these three highlights, and remember that for many attractions, booking in advance means less queuing and potentially cheaper tickets.
Situated within the stunning Regent’s Park, this zoo will keep your little ones occupied for hours. Check out the amazing African wild dogs, the cute lemurs and monkeys, and the stunning big cats (including some tigers!) Bring a packed lunch with you or buy lunch in one of the restaurants, and spend a day surrounded by nature in the center of London.
With most of its permanent exhibitions free to enter, history lovers (and even those with only a fleeting interest in the past) will love the scale, grandeur, and beauty on show in this incredible museum. With artefacts from almost every country in the world, spanning back several thousands of years, you can’t help but be impressed by the amount of objects on display.
The world-famous Science museum offers a host of fascinating, interactive exhibits for kids to engage with and learn more about the world around them. Avoid visiting in school holidays, as this museum can get seriously busy. It may be a good idea to bring a notebook with you, as many kids want to write down some of the most interesting facts that they’ve learned during their visit.