21. Create your own temporary sculpture with Liminal in Tate Modern, which lets kids experiment with shape, form and composition. Or try the Time (Travel) Line, which helps kids discover what artists were producing the year they were born and plan a route throughout the gallery to fulfill artworks which are the exact same age as they are.
22.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.
23. The National Portrait Gallery has storytelling sessions, art workshops and other family activities, and kids will have a great deal of questions to ask about all of the faces on show.
Fascinating London Landmarks
24. Send the children up at the end of the operation with a few change to say thank you.
25.See the Prime Meridian Line for free at Park Vista.
26. This full-scale renovation is available seven days per week for self-guided tours.
27. There is no charge to find some of London’s top sights lit up for Christmas. Big light switch on occasions include free entertainment also. The Christmas lights begin to go on from ancient to mid-November and are up until early January.
28. Push a trolley through to Harry Potter’s magical world in the wall marked Platform 9 3/4 in King’s Cross.
29. Watch the Changing the Guard ceremony outside Buckingham Palace, at Horse Guards Arch or in Windsor Castle. Youngsters will love seeing the brightly-dressed guards, and the service is put to music.
30. Watch a remnant of Roman London in the London Wall near The Tower of London, which formed part of the eastern defences of Londinium. The majority of the buildings which once obscured it’s been cleared away, so that you can see the monument that defined the form of London for more than a millennium.
31. The bridge opens approximately 1,000 times annually or three times per day. You may also see constant pictures of the 19th-century milestone on our live video feed.