Finding enough things to do with the kids during the summer holidays can be quite a task, so we’ve picked out some of the best ideas to give you a little inspiration.
Visit the West End
A trip to the West End to see some one of its famous shows is always an exciting occasion for children of all ages.
With Kids Week running throughout August, there’s a great chance to pick up some free tickets for children under 16 to some of the top shows in London, including Wicked, The Lion King and Jungle Book.
Meerkats, penguins, gorillas, tigers and hippos are just some of the hundreds of animals you will be able to get up close and personal with at London Zoo near Regent’s Park.
You can explore the zoo at your own pace, or take a look at the exhibitions and experiences which take place every day.
Wembley Stadium Tour
With the new football season just around the corner, there is no better time to take a tour around the home of English football, the iconic Wembley Stadium.
Take a look around the press room, have a seat in the changing rooms and follow in the footsteps of England’s stars by walking down the tunnel on to the pitch.
Natural History Museum
If you’re looking for something to do on a budget, you can wander around one of the capital’s finest museums for free.
Experience an earthquake in a simulator, or marvel at the thousands of fossils, minerals and skeletons in the museum’s galleries.
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