Although with children you can visit the typical buildings of London, there are corners that you cannot miss if you travel to this city with children. We show them below.
What to visit with children in London?
Without a doubt, if you travel to London with children, it is a good opportunity to introduce them to the world of culture and history. In London there are some extremely attractive places; without a doubt the science museum is one of them. You can find it on Exhibition Road, and admission is free.
Museum of Childhood
The museum of childhood is one of the most fascinating corners of London. There the little ones (and the not so little ones) will be able to see old colorful toys and enjoy various exhibitions. Although at first glance it may be a boring visit; It is very successful among children all over the world. Admission to this museum is free and you can find it on Cambridge Heath Road.
Westminster Abbey and Parliament
Another interesting place to visit with children is the area of central London, where the Parliament and Westminster Abbey are located. They also usually offer interactive visits so that the kids can enjoy the experience more. Here you can find more information about this visit.
Crazy Golf in East London
The outdoor crazy golf venue in East London is another attraction that your children will love. What’s more, it’s also very enjoyable for adults. Try tackling the 9-hole crazy courses together; spend time bonding with the little ones while making the best of your holiday in London. These crazy golf courses are educational, challenging and fun!
Hamleys Toy Store
London is an extraordinary place to visit toy stores. Mainly there are two that are unmissable; where your little ones can try some objects and enjoy an afternoon in a world of fantasy. Our favorite is Hamleys, a multi-storey building crammed with wonderful toys that is over two centuries old. You can find it on Regent Street, a few meters from Oxford Circus.
Harrods Toy Store
Another unmissable site is Harrods, known as ‘Toy Kingdom’; Although it is not among the most popular toy stores, it is wonderful. In it, the little ones will be able to live different experiences since the building is divided into thematic sections and will allow the little ones to let their imagination run wild. It certainly has nothing to do with a conventional toy store, and therein lies its true charm! Be sure to visit it on Brompton Road.