1. Science Museum

  2. Natural History Museum

  3. Madame Tussaud’s

    One of London’s most popular attractions, this is where you can see everyone from Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Queen. A Spirit of London ride takes you on a whistle-stop tour of the city’s history. The famous Chamber of Horrors puts you face-to-face with London’s most infamous criminals and has the very guillotine that beheaded Queen Marie Antoinette in the French Revolution. Other sections of the exhibition include Premiere Night, which is devoted to the giants of the entertainment world. Get there early to avoid waiting in long lines .

    Waxwork Royalty, Madame Tussaud’s
  4. London Zoo

    There’s a full day out to be had in this 36-acre zoo. Home of the Zoological Society of London, the zoo emphasizes its important international role in conservation and research work. Its cages and enclosures have won awards, such as the aviary designed by Lord Snowdon. The children’s zoo is full of things to do, with a pet care centre, Animals in Action and Predatory Birds displays.

    London Zoo
  5. Sea Life London Aquarium

    Located on London’s South Bank, the aquarium is home to thousands of marine creatures. A journey along the Great Ocean Conveyor Belt shows them in all their glory. Seahorses, green turtles and zebra sharks are among the sea life. For interactive fun, Eco Pirates can climb aboard the Good Ship SOS .

  6. London Trocadero

    The Trocadero entertainment complex in the heart of the West End is a magnet for children. Aside from its shops, restaurants and cinema, a Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, a bowling alley and a bewildering array of hi-tech video games and simulators that will keep them occupied for hours .

  7. V&A Museum of Childhood

    Children are invited to spend the day at this East End museum, which has one of the largest toy collections in the world, including dolls, teddies, puppets, games and children’s costumes. Activities are organized on weekends.

  8. Coram’s Fields

    No adults admitted without a child, says the sign on the gate to this 7-acre park dedicated to small children. There’s a paddling pool, play areas and a city farm with a pets corner and grazing farm animals.

    • 93 Guilford Street WC1

    • Open daily

    • Free

  9. Battersea Park

    This large south London park is ideal for children. There are colourful gardens, an adventure playground, boating lake, deer enclosure and a children’s zoo.

    • Albert Bridge Road SW11

    • Zoo: Open Easter to October, and weekends in Winter

    • Admission charge

  10. London Dungeon

    The scariest experience in town combines history and horror to celebrate an “orgy of grisly entertainment”, with death, torture and violence at every turn. Follow in the bloody footsteps of the Victorian serial killer Jack the Ripper, witness medieval murders, the 17th-century Fire of London, or go to your own execution on Judgment Day. Not for the faint-hearted.

    • 28 Tooley Street, SE1

    • Opening times vary. For more information on times please check their website

    • Admission charge

    London Dungeon

    Entrance sign, London Dungeon
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