Science Museum, Kensington (SW7)
The Garden space and plenty of baby change facilities in the Museum too. When to go... The Garden was We visited The Garden, the Science Museum's Basement exploration exhibition for children aged 3-6 trip to London or a walk around Hyde Park. The Museum's cafes are great and very family friendly, as Science Museum, Kensington (SW7) are the neighbouring V&A Museum and Museum of Natural History. There's a big buggy park opposite We visited The Garden, the Science Museum's Basement exploration exhibition for children aged 3-6 yrs, in Kensington. science museum
National Maritime Museum AHOY Gallery, Greenwich (SE10)
National Maritime Museum AHOY Gallery, Greenwich (SE10) museums. When to go... The play area has different opening hours reflecting times of school trips, so Museum AHOY 'children's gallery' is an boat-themed attraction for children aged 0 - 7. We love it explore in a separate area within the museum. There's less crazed madness, and more interactive games national maritime museum Museum AHOY 'children's gallery' is an boat-themed attraction for children aged 0 - 7. Museum, however, it's still great value. There's also all the benefits of being inside a museum
The V&A Garden Cafe (SW7)
paintings. The neighbouring Natural History Museum and Science museums are also really close, so you can pop in to any that take your fancy. www.vam.ac.uk museum for everyone. They always have a huge range of exhibitions on offer in the museum, for adults and
Horniman gardens (SE23)
By Lizzie Hammond Most South Londoners have heard of the local Horniman Museum, famous for the huge Most South Londoners have heard of the local Horniman Museum, famous for the huge stuffed walrus ! However, if your children don't have the attention span for a museum, or are too noisy to hang out museum stuffed walrus! However, if your children don't have the attention span for a museum, or are too Horniman museum and gardens is the perfect spot to enjoy outdoor activities overlooking the city
Dulwich Picture Gallery Mini Masterpieces - Dulwich (SE21)
We're all for a little culture, but it's hard to drag little ones around art galleries and museums
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the Horniman Museum to tell us how they juggle comedy, children and family life... Tell us about the Horniman Museum to tell us how they juggle comedy, children and family life...
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History Museum, Science Museum, the V&A, London Transport Museum, Horniman Museum and Tate Modern around Dulwich and Peckham seeing friends. But what I miss most of all is the museums - the Natural
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! Oh, and the Transport Museum is extremely popular too - great if you need to do some shopping in of town to do a ‘Fun Friday’ each week too. We went to galleries and museums and tried to see the favourite with my son. He is obsessed with the Aquarium! We also love the maritime museum in London are your favourite places to hang out with your family? The Horniman Museum is definitely a lot of time in museums! We also love Wavelengths swimming pool in Deptford. What’s next for Little
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family? London has some really great free museums, some of which have parking space or gardens the Maritime Museum in Greenwich and also love The Hormiman Museum and The Science Museum. What’s next
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such as the Science museum, but also some of the smaller ones such as the Horniman in Forest Hill , and the Museum of childhood in Bethnal Green. When my twins were crawling and just starting to walk I - there are so many incredible FREE places to go. In autumn/winter I love the museums – the biggies
The Dartmouth Arms, Forest Hill (SE23)
tip... Combine a trip to the pub with a day out at The Horniman Museum & Gardens, just ten minutes away. http://www.thedartmoutharms.com/
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it's either to see friends or go to the museums. We love the Natural History Museum above all as
Dapdune Wharf, Surrey
... There's plenty for kids to see here, as well as the boat rides. The small museum has interactive
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Nunhead and spends a lot of time in Peckham Rye Park, The Horniman Museum or soft play in Peckham (argh meet on Broadway Market, on London Fields or in the Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood. The Little
Greenwich (SE10)
Museum and the Cutty Sark - all perfect for your little knowledge sponges! All of these have entry
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museum is also a great place for children. They have a great play area and it's very educational
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often to Shoreditch. When my kids were small the Horniman Museum and the Southbank were firm favourites
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hang out with your families when in London? The Tate Modern, South Bank and Science museum are always
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shops and design shops, like Magma and The Design Museum. What tips would you give to women who want
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delicious dim sum. Lastly, The Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green is great for kids. What's next
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