10.Visit the popular Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Playground in Kensington Gardens. Youngsters can climb the giant wooden pirate ship or commandeer a teepee for hours of outdoor fun.
11. Meet life-size dinosaurs (well, big models built by the Victorians) in Crystal Palace Park! The Crystal Palace exhibition used to stand in this park, which now also includes a children’s farm, playground and maze.
12. Head to Coram’s Fields at Holborn, a park and playground for kids for a day of family fun. It may only be entered when followed by a child, offering a calm, safe and stimulating environment for children to play in the middle of London.
13. Go mudlarking (town equal of beachcombing) out Gabriel’s Wharf or around the City of London side of the Millennium Bridge, where you can assess the surface for older clay smoking pipes and pieces of pottery. Check the tide tables ahead of time.
Meet The Animals
14. Meet with the gigantic overstuffed walrus in the Horniman Museum and Gardens. Children will also learn something new from the museum’s collections of anthropology, natural history and musical instruments.
15. Feed the cows at Mudchute Farm and Park, London’s biggest urban park with 34 acres (14 hectares) of open parkland. Youngsters can visit the farm animals, go horse riding and explore the farm’s educational centers.
16. London’s most central city farm is also home to pigs, sheep, ducks, rabbits and much more, and contains a ecology area, herb and blossom garden, and a picnic area.
17.Visit the popular Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Playground in Kensington Gardens. Youngsters can climb the giant wooden pirate ship or commandeer a teepee for hours of outdoor fun.
Things To Do With Kids Near Me
18. Watch the pelicans being fed daily at St James’s Park. Prompt the family to keep their eyes peeled for water birds, owls, pelicans and bats also.
19. Take the JCB Glass lift in the Royal Festival Hall and enjoy the shock on everyone’s faces when the elevator begins to sing.
20. Be Aware of free events and workshops at Picture Children’s Festival in the Southbank Centre, every February half-term. Or children go free to top theatre shows for the entire month of August during the yearly Kids Week promotion.