London with children
If you are organizing to go to London with children, you should know where to take them so they do not get bored and can spend a wonderful stay. Know which are the best places where big and small will enjoy without hesitation.
So these are the best places you can visit with kids:
Tower of London
Not only because it is on the typical route of the English capital, but because there are jewels in the crown, it is the place where Ana Bolena was beheaded and we can take pictures with the Yeoman Warders, the emblematic serious guards. It opens from 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. from Tuesdays to Saturdays and from 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Sundays and Mondays.
Park in Memory of Lady Di
It was opened in 2000 and since then it has become a perfect place to go with the little ones. It was designed according to the story of Peter Pan and the main protagonist is the pirate ship of the story, surrounded by a beach of all kinds of hiding places. You can have a picnic and there is also a cafeteria. It opens at 10 am and is located in Kensington Gardens.
It is located southeast of the city and is a very fun place to stay in London with children. You can travel by boat from the dock or walk through the town with shops and street stalls. Also enter the National Maritime Museum and the Royal Observatory.
It has many stairs, therefore it is not recommended for the little ones. Those over 7 years will have a wonderful time. This is the cruise that participated in the Second World War, parked on the River Thames and from the deck is aimed at the Parliament. The entrance of HMS Belfast is free for children under 16 years old and it is open every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
A perfect place to go in London with children, because it offers dozens of shows and street shows, traveling artists, stalls and modern shops and an underground cafeteria to eat cupcackes with sugar. The subway station that leaves us closest is Covent Garden.
If your children are fans of scare stories, this place is perfect, especially if they love vampires. This labyrinth of tunnels and passageways relives the city's black history, starting with the Great Plague and ending with Jack the Ripper.
It opens every day and the nearest station in London Bridge.
It is a place with green meadows, groves of flowers and families having a picnic. Perfect to enjoy nature, ride a bike, take a boat ride, admire the fountains and play in the pagoda. It is located on Albert Bridge Road and opens every day from 8 in the morning. To get there, the nearby metro station is Battersea Park.
Museum of Science and Natural History Museum
One facing the other, they are an ideal option for a stay in London with children. To get to both, take the subway to South Kensington station. In the science, do not miss the garden in the basement.