1. Parks and Playgrounds

Everyone in London knows that this city is full of parks and playgrounds and that for the little ones, the fun is guaranteed. The Diana Memorial Playground within Hyde Park is one of the best known, but how about experiencing the playground at Battersea Park? For all ages, it has different areas with fun for all ages, from tree climbing to a mini golf. Try it - Battersea Park, nearest station Sloane Square.

2. Big Ben and London Eye

It's not just the adults who are in love with the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament. Although the famous watch catches the attention of children, they really want to climb the famous Ferris wheel. Both day and night, entering the capsule and seeing the city from above is the great desire of children and fun guaranteed for the whole family.

3. London Aquarium (Sea Life London Aquarium) and Shrek Adventure

Nearby, there are two other must-see attractions. The London Aquarium, separated into different zones, holds special events for children who want to see up close the incredible sea creatures and you can enjoy the ride in 2-3 hours. In the same building is Shrek Adventure, an interactive and immersive experience where the whole family can enter and star in their own hilarious misadventure with Shrek and her friends at DreamWorks.

4. Museums (Natural History Museum, Science Museum and Madame Tussauds Museum)

The Natural History Museum is always much anticipated by the dinosaurs but there is a lot of cool to see inside like the giant blue whale and the various animals. The Science Museum is an excellent option for children with unique areas of interaction and super curious objects, especially the part of the rockets and astronauts. The Madame Tussauds museum is very real and allows you to take pictures of your favorite celebrities, as well as 4D cinema with a lot of fun and a frightening attraction (which is not recommended for very small ones). Certainly fun guaranteed!

5. Buckingham Palace, The Queen's Palace

Despite the cliché of watching the changing of the guard, who does not want to see the castle where "a real queen lives"? For the little ones also enchant themselves with the clothes and everything that involves this true fairy tale.

6. Harry Potter (Warner Bros. Studio and Platform 9 ¾)

Not all children are fans of Harry Potter, but for those who enjoy it ... this ride to the studios is an attraction apart. It is located near the Watford Junction station. It's time to meet Harry Potter's room under the Dursley ladder, school, glimpse the Nimbus 2000, see the clothes, discover the backstage of the movies and be enchanted by the scenarios of the series, strolling in the middle of it. On the way back, be sure to pass the famous 9 Plata Platform. in the beautiful King's Cross St. Pancras station.

7 - Shops Piccadilly Circus, Regent Street and Oxford Circus (M & M's, Lego, Hamley's and Disney)

Our latest set of tips (and not least) are M & M's chocolate shops, Lego's new and exciting store (opposite M & M's), Europe's largest toy store - Hamley's and Disney's.

Prepare the pocket but all of them will leave the children crazy in the midst of the colors and tastes and adults, wanting to go back to childhood.

This ebook was written by Roberta Weber Calabró, founder of Steps to Fly and founder and partner of the company MeuQuartoemLondres.

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