Getting around with kids in London? Best Places to keep them Happy

Do you want to keep your kiddos occupied during school holidays or weekends in London? Well, good news is that you can find a lot of attractions to keep your kids happy across the city. If you are planning to visit the city with kids this season, here are our top picks –

The London Eye
The Coca-Cola London Eye is one of the most iconic sights, offering 30-minute panoramic views on the city’s skyline. On a clear day, the views stretch up to 40km. It’s always wise to book a meal package to Coca-Cola London Eye to make your ride more fun and enjoyable as the package covers dinner at the best nearest restaurant you like. It also includes special rates for family and children. So, it’s a great destination for your little ones.

The Science Museum
Crammed with innovative displays and facts, the Science Museum is designed well for your kids. Catch a superhit science-fiction movie on its IMAX theatre or have a tour to the space and get high-tech experience with Space Descent VR.

The O2
The O2 in North Greenwich has no dearth of choices to keep your kids engaged and occupied well under one roof. Along with shows that take place in this arena, including Disney on Ice Passport to Adventure, there is no lack of permanent attractions which are best for thrill-seekers, such as roof-climbing at the Up at The O2 and virtual racing experience at the Nissan Innovation Station.

London Stadium
Initially built for 2012 London Olympics, the London Stadium now houses the national athletic competitions and West Ham football team. It’s really worth to take a tour, soak up the Olympic Spirit and explore the grounds. Don’t like West Ham? Also visit other sporting grounds and stadiums, such as Chelsea, Fulham, Millwall, and Arsenal.

ZSL London Zoo
Around 200 years old ZSL London Zoo is the oldest zoo in the world. It exhibits animals from different parts of the world and it has various projects about wildlife conservation which help animals to live in the wild as well. The zoo also hosts various events all the year round and a range of various exhibits, including the most recent, immersive, and action-packed experience, the Land of the Lions.

Madame Tussauds
Located just a quick walk from Regent’s Park, Madame Tussauds has been featuring various life-like waxworks of both current and historical celebrities for over a century. It also has various high-end attractions, such as 4D cinema.

KidZania London
Located in the shopping center of Westfield London in Shephard’s Bush, it is a mini city which is run completely for children. Here, kids can feel over 60 life-like role playing games and experiences, i.e. from being firefighters to pilots, without any typical bits. Even if your child is 8 years or older, the well-trained KidZania staff will take care of them while you enjoy some shopping here. You may buy adventures for your kids along with pizza with exclusive packages of KidZania meal deals.

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