Got a restless toddler, curious 6-year old or a bored teenager to amuse?
Well, when in London, irrespective of the age of your little one, you simply have plenty of things to there. Whether you are searching for free attractions, places to hang out with kids or kid-friendly attractions, London has got you all covered.
Equipped with the best of museums, galleries, playgrounds and theatre shows for kids, there is a wealth of option for the little ones. But if you are pondering on what to do with kids in London, read here for the choices-
Take Them To The Warner Bros Studio Tour London
If you think that your kid is a potter head, take him to the Warner Bros Studios where most of the Potter movies were made. The kids can explore various Harry Potter sets, go to the forbidden forests, and practice the magic in Dark Arts.
Not only this, the kids can ride on a broomstick or just simply hop on to the Hogwarts Express.
To reach there, you have to take the train from London Euston to Watford Junction, and then take the shuttle bus to your destination.
Visit The London Transport Museum
This museum is known as one of the most kid-friendly destinations in London. It is equipped with an exclusive collection of buses, cars, trains, and lets the kids have hands-on the various maps, illuminating boards, subway signs, models, and lots more.
Moreover, it also has a play area for kids under the age of five and a museum shop for you as well.
See The Changing Of Guards At Buckingham Palace
Well, your kids will love how to see how the guards change outside the Buckingham Palace.
Either you can go for a picnic with the kids, watch it outside from the palace or the green park. But for the best views, head to “The Mall” as from there, you will the guards marching out for a longer time.
Spend A Day At Kew Gardens
If you are looking to relax, while in London, go to the beautiful and magnificent Kew Gardens. Known as the home to Treetop High Walkaway, it will let you kids can run out in the outdoors and will offer you terrific views of creepers and climbers.
Moreover, the kids under 17 are admitted for free and hence this garden becomes an affordable way to spend time outdoors.
Visit The Legoland Windsor
Legoland is all about small and colored bricks.
This place is divided into several different worlds, which includes Land of the Vikings, Miniland, Ninjago, and lots more. In these worlds, your kid can see the miniatures of famous buildings from London, and watch 4D shows as well as live shows.
To reach Legoland Windsor, you can take a train from London Paddington to Windsor and then head to Eton Riverside.
Apart from this, there are treetop adventures, fun puppet shows, and singing elevators that will keep your kids entertained to the best.