There are plenty of activities and experiences to inspire your children in London, check out our top 5 favorite attractions to guide you through your visit

Natural History Museum 

Take your little ones to see Dippy the Diplodocus before he retires next summer then meet a roaring T. Rex too!

Then check out the live leafcutter ant colony and explore the Creepy Crawlies gallery.

Blue-Whale-Natural History

Here they can learn about locusts, scorpions, termites and thousands of their relatives.Best for:

Free entry to the main exhibits.Some seasonal exhibits including the Wildlife Photographer of the Year have an entry fee.

You can find full details on their website.Location:

Cromwell Road, London, SW7 5BD.

Nearest Tube


:South Kensington

KidzaniaHave your kids dreamt of becoming a pilot or a firefighter?
Well here they can try out more than 60 real life role-play activities at the bank, in the radio station and more.Each experience is designed to teach them essential life skills including team work and independence. 

Best for:Ages 6 – 10


Adults (15 years +) - £16.50, Children (4 – 14 years) - £32.00, Early Years (1 – 3 years) – £10.00, Infants (2 years and under) – Free.

Go Ape Battersea

These prices apply if you book online.There’s a £1.50 booking fee per ticket if you pay by phone or on the day.

Location:Westfield White City, Ariel Way, London W12 7GF.Nearest Tube:
 Shepherd’s Bush or Westfield has hourly rate parking available.Go Ape

Go Ape’s the UK’s number one forest adventure and they’ve now developed Go Ape Tree Top Adventure Junior for kids.

It’s a fun filled hour of canopy exploring, trail blazing and obstacles (including a zip line) for all to enjoy.


With the unusually warm winter, you could visit the brand new course located in Battersea Park.Best for:

Ages 6 – 12, adults can complete the Junior course with their children.Note – there’s a minimum participant height of 1 meter (39.37 ").

The Junior course is £18 per person for both adults and children Location:

In the southwest corner of Battersea Park, near the Sun Gate.

Battersea Park, London, SW11 4NJ

Warner Studios Harry Potter

SEA LIFE London Aquarium Here kids can see an impressive array of creatures including sharks, sea turtles and penguins.

With feeds taking place throughout the day they can find out what a seahorse or a stingray eats too.Many of the creatures are on the endangered list, so they can also learn about conservation efforts.
Best for: Everyone

Admission:Adults (16 years +) - £24.50, Children (3 – 15 years) - £18.10, Infants (2 years and under) – Free.

Family tickets available.Get up to 20% off these prices by booking online.

Location:SEA LIFE London Aquarium, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7PB.

Located on the Southbank,