If you are taking your family to London, do know that there is so much to add to your London itinerary with kids which is nearly impossible to cover in a single trip. You can decide on the things to do in London with kids by taking into account the age of your children, their interests, your budget, and the duration of your visit. We have picked a few things to do in London to inspire you to plan an astounding trip and make the most of it.
1. Harry Potter Walking Tour
List the Harry Potter Walking Tour as a priority in your London itinerary with kids, and your nerdy Potterheads will thank you for this one-of-a-kind experience. In this three-hour-long tour, your kids will walk through the real Diagon Alley, visit the eerie Ministry of Magic building, and see those inspiring locations that were used for filming this magical saga.
2. Madame Tussauds
Madame Tussauds is an awe-inspiring attraction for the kids, especially teenagers. The day will not go wrong while watching the iconic wax figures of famous personalities like Obama, Ronaldo, Trump, and many more. Your kids will enjoy the entertaining Spirit of London ride where they will get to learn about the rich London history. You spend the rest of your watching 4D Marvel superheroes movie and taking pictures with your favorite wax figures. Don’t forget to book your visit in advance to avoid waiting in long queues.
3. London Eye
With or without kids, your trip to London is not complete without a ride of the London Eye. You get to admire the picturesque beauty of London from a different perspective, especially around sunset. Your kids will love riding on this tallest Ferris Wheel. Recently, special 4d effects have been added to make the ride even more joyous. Again, book the ride in advance to avoid frustrating long queues.
4. Sea Life London Aquarium
After finishing your London Eye ride, head towards County Hall Building that stands next to the London Eye. There you will find three attractions to entertain your kids; Shark’s adventures, the London Dungeon, and the Sea Life London Aquarium. It takes one and a half hours to see the wonders of the sea and other captivating exhibits. Your kids will also love playing interactive games and never get bored of the place.
5. St. Ermin's hotel
St.Ermin is located at the centre of the city and serves refreshing ever-famous English tea along with the delectable treats.
Oh yes! Don’t forget to take your kids to Lego store and M&Ms store. We bet; they will spend hours in there without even complaining.