Fun things to do in London with Kids

There are so many exciting things to do and experience in London; you could visit museums, enjoy bottomless brunch, visit fam parks, explore the shops, catch a theatre show... the list is endless! There are also plenty of things to do in London in the rain, so you don't need to rely on perfect weather. Here are a few ideas.

Visit the Harry Potter studios 
Are you fans of the Harry Potter movies? A visit to the studios of Warner Bros will leave your children fascinated. You can tour the scenes of the movies, ride the Hogwarts Express and leave with a magician's diploma! If your kids like Harry Potter, this will be a dream come true for them.

Harry Potter Studio

Go to the London Zoo
The London Zoo is located in Regent's Park, one of the most beautiful parks in the city. You can spend a day among tigers, penguins, giraffes, elephants and other exotic animals!

London Zoo, giraffes

Crazy Adventure with Plonk! Crazy Golf
Plonk! Golf venues in northern London will remind you why mini-golf is such a fun activity to partake in with your family.At the same time, it reminds you to take time to go back to play and invest in a good quality walking golf bag that you can put inside all the needed stuff for the play. The children will love every second of it as they try to get the balls in the different holes. The best Plonk! Golf venues in Northern London can be found in Camden Market and Islington. If you’d love to take your kids there have a look at

Stroll through Covent Garden 
This central square of London is usually filled with street artists and live music and is entertaining place for the whole family. It's also worth a trip to the transport museum in London with its collection of old two-story buses that will surely impress you. Also we mustn’t forget to mention the many souvenir shops, ice cream shops and pastry shops in the area.

Visit an urban farm
London has several urban farms scattered throughout the city that are dedicated to teaching children the importance of animals and agriculture. They usually have workshops and activities for the little ones too. For example, there is the Hackney City Farm in North London, located very close to Broadway Market.

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