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London abounds eclectic activities for adults… and also for kids. Whether you’re visiting during half term or just for a weekend, there’s plenty of things to do with your little ones that adults will enjoy as well. Head to Tate Modern’s Family Zone, ride a bike in Victoria Park and try a Tim Burton-themed Afternoon Tea.

  • Hamleys

    188-196 Regent St, Soho, London W1B 5BT

    Station Oxford Circus. Ouvert du lundi au vendredi de 10h00 à 21h00, le samedi de 9h30 à 21h00 et le dimanche de 12h00 à 18h00.

  • Natural History Museum

    Cromwell Rd, London SW7

    Home to the finest collection of fascinating specimens, the Natural History Museum is incredibly famous and geared for kids for two (huge) reasons: Dippy, the cast of a full Diplodocus’ skeleton, and a giant, animatronic T-Rex. Need we say more?

  • Kensington Gardens

    W2 2UH

    Run riot in the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground, with its pirate-ship centrepiece.

  • Gezinsfaciliteiten van Tate Modern

    Bankside, London SE1

    The international centre for contemporary art offers diverse activities adapted to younger visitors.

    All exhibitions are free for under 12s, and installations such as audio kits, interactive screens and – our favourite – a drawing digital bar that projects sketches on the wall, will peak your children’s interest in no time.

  • Fun for all the family

    Book a range of kids-friendly activities, from guided tours of the London Eye to fast-track entry to the Tower of London.  

    Book tickets now

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