Discovering the city of London with your family


If you’re visiting London anytime soon, then you’ll be glad to know that kids travel free on all public transport networks. All you’ll need to do is get your kids registered with a Zip Oyster yard. With that said – children under the age of 5 don’t even need an Oyster card and can travel for free any time on the Tube, Docklands Light Railway, buses, trams and London Overground. That’s great news and with the

There’s so much to do in the city, and in this post we’ll be exploring what you can do so that everyone in the family enjoys their time in London. For one, we recommend the Family Ghost Tours at Ham House – a fearsome venue that’s been built to scare visitors in line with the theme of Halloween. The spooky tour has teamed up with the film “Ghosthunters” so the exhibit will be extra scary this season.

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You can travel back in time by visiting the 18th century townhouse – which is an unexpected townhouse (the Dennis Severs house), join a free art tour at the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square, visit the world famous M&Ms store, and much more. If your kids are particularly young then take them to the Diana Memorial Playground, Greenwich Park – where kids can enjoy the nature and bountiful small playgrounds found within. The London Eye will also give the whole family an illuminating view of the city’s skyline, and enable your family to appreciate the wondrous landscape of the city.

If you’re visiting London this year with your family, or you’ve thought about the prospect of taking your family on a trip to the English capital – then you’ll be glad to know that there’s plenty in store for everyone, particularly for families. Excitement is the word that best describes the tourist attractions in the city, and families can have a blast by visiting the Madame Tussauds (filled with caricatures of famous celebrities) and the Marvel 4D Superhero show.

Another heavily frequented spot is the Harry Potter studios. Guests can relieve the magic of the movies through the eyes of the filmmakers – and see how the Harry Potter series became what it is today. You can also enjoy dinner at the in house restaurant and buy an exclusive range of gifts and souvenirs to take back home with you.


The Museum of London is also another big hit, but the Science Museum is perhaps where it’s at if you’re going to visit any museum with your family in London. There are numerous exhibits that allow kids to interact with different things. In conclusion, there’s plenty of family activities to do in the city, so take advantage of the discount hotels in Heathrow and book your accommodation sooner rather than later.