Whenever we go to London, which is at least a couple of times a year, I try to find something different for us to do as a family. We’d walked passed Shrek’s Adventure so many times but not been in… until now!
London is such a great city to visit as a family because there’s so much to do. Not only that but there is so much to do for free, including some amazing museums. One of those museums is the Natural History Museum, somewhere we visited during the Christmas holidays.
On one of our trips to London during the summer holidays we were a bit stuck for ideas of what to do, having already spent a week there not too long beforehand. One of our favourite restaurants is around the corner from the British Museum though so we thought we would combine the two for an afternoon. This place is huge though so I wanted to share some tips for visiting the British Museum with children.
This summer we spent nearly a whole week staying in Greenwich on a trip to London, somewhere we had never been before. I was so surprised at how much there was to do there and especially as a family. Actually, there was so much to do that we missed out on a lot, including the planetarium.
When we started planning our trip to London in August and our stay in Greenwich, we didn’t really know what there was to do or what would be suitable for Erin. However, we found that actually, there was a lot to do and a lot of great museums to visit, including the National Maritime Museum.
AD | Press tickets During a visit to London we decided to stay in Greenwich, an area we had never been before. We were keen to discover some of the attractions in the area, starting with the Cutty Sark.
One of my absolute favourite places to visit is the zoo and luckily, John and Erin love them just as much as I do. Just over a week ago it was John’s birthday and we went away to London for the night using a Buy A Gift Voucher for a hotel stay. We needed something to do while we were there though so we decided that London Zoo was the way to go. Using Buy A Gift again, we chose the Entry To ZSL Zoo For 2 Adults experience which costs £48.60. If we had bought tickets
Now that Erin is nearly 2 and running around all over the place going away with her is not nearly as easy as it used to be. She used to be quite happy sitting in her pushchair wherever we went and wouldn’t be too bothered about getting out. However, now she wants to be out all of the time and gets really frustrated if she’s confined for too long. Visiting London means Erin has to stay in her pushchair while we’re going from place to place on the tube and again if we’re in shops