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Tips for London with children

Are you visiting London with the kids and looking for tips on what to do? Good to know: Visiting London with children is a lot of fun! There are plenty of activities and attractions that you can discover during your city trip in London with one or multiple children.

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London: things to do and see with children

There is no setlist of what to do in London with children. This is because London has so much to offer. Child-friendly museums and other attractions, you name it. Here are a few tips.

Scenes in the Square

Are your children mad about movies? Then Scenes in the Square is an absolute must. Scenes in the Square is an interactive walk past bronze statues of the heroes of various films. Harry Potter on his Nimbus 2000, Paddington Bear on a bench and a flying Mary Poppins are just some of the famous film characters you can spot here.
Address: Leicester Square

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ZSL London Zoo

If you are going on a city trip to London with your child and they are crazy about animals, then ZSL London Zoo is worth a visit. With over 20,000 animals, your family can easily spend a whole day here. In addition to having a great day, you will also be supporting a good cause. Part of the entrance fee is used to protect wild animals around the world. Book your tickets for ZSL London Zoo in advance as tickets are not sold at the entrance.
Address: Regent's Park

Shrek Adventure

Sherk Adventure is an interactive fairy tale where all the senses are stimulated. The main characters from the Shrek films take centre stage, and on your walk, you and your family will discover the wonderful world of the land Far Far Away. A unique experience to enjoy with your family when in London.
Address: Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd.

London Eye

The London Eye is a 135-metre-high Ferris wheel. You have a fantastic view of the River Thames, Tower Bridge, and the rest of the city centre from the wheel. It is one of the best attractions in London, particularly for children, especially if you ride the London Eye. Tip: the view is even better after sunset than during the day. If you order your tickets in advance, they are cheaper than getting them on site.
Address: Riverside Building, County Hall

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Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum is, without a doubt, one of the finest museums in London. Are your children crazy about animals, history and everything related? Then you must visit the Natural History Museum. In this interactive museum, they will learn about the earth's history and prehistory. The museum is also very interesting for adults.
Address: Cromwell Road

Travel to London by train with children

The most relaxed way to travel to London for a city trip is by train. Board at your nearest station and travel to Brussels South/Midi with Intercity Brussels or Eurostar and take the Eurostar to London from there. Travel time to London will be 4.49 hours. If you are travelling from London to the Netherlands, you can take the direct Eurostar from London to Rotterdam and Amsterdam.

It is ideal because your children have all the space they need on the train and a beautiful view. For them, being on a train that crosses the sea is a great adventure. Really want to discover London with our tips? The sooner you book, the cheaper the train tickets. You can book a return ticket to London for € 100 per person with Eurostar.

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London with children

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