Free Family-Friendly Things to Do in London

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If you are visiting London with your kids, you can find plenty of free things to do in order to enjoy your stay with your family and have a great time.

Family-Friendly Museums: The Natural History Museum is free to enter and offers an opportunity for your family to meet a roaring T-Rex on an earthquake simulator. At the free National Maritime Museum, they can learn about the exciting maritime history of Britain and at the British Museum they can see the amazing Rosetta Stone and Egyptian Mummies. At The Museum of London, they can glimpse into the streets of Victorian London and at the Science Museum they can see space rockets and giant steam engines. The other free family-friendly museums are V&A Museum of Childhood, the Museum of London Docklands and the Wellcome Collection.

Since most museums and many other attractions are located in and around West End, many people like to stay at hotels in the area but the best option is The Piccadilly London West End because it is a luxury hotel that offers exquisite accommodation with ideal facilities and personalised services.

Top London Parks and Fountains: Many of London’s parks and gardens are free to enter and provide plenty of leisure activities for kids such as at the fountains at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park; at Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Playground, at the Crystal Palace Park; at Coram’s Fields in Bloomsbury; and at the fountains at the traffic-free Granary Circus at King’s Cross.

Guests staying at Piccadilly Hotel Shaftesbury Avenue get the advantage of staying in a luxury room with best facilities and a superb location in the heart of the city close to most attractions of the city particularly the West End area.

Animal attractions in London: Kids love to be in the midst of animals and in London they can find many free places to visit where they can meet their favourite animals such as the gigantic overstuffed walrus at the Horniman Museum and Gardens; the cows at Mudchute Farm and Park; three famous alpacas, Tom, Jerry and Ben at Vauxhall City Farm; the animals at Deen City Farm and Riding School; the pelicans at St James’s {ark; and birds and butterflies at Camley Street Natural Park.

Since the West End area of London is such an important place full of theatres and many other attractions, many people stay close to it and visit the area for watching a show or for sightseeing. There are many Restaurants West End London in the area that cater to their needs and provide food of all categories and cuisines.

Theatre and Art: At the Royal Festival Hall, kids can take a ride in the singing elevator and at the Southbank Centre they can enjoy free children’s theatre and other events. At the Tate Modern they can play around with clay or join a drawing session while at the National Gallery they can fly away on a magic carpet while at the National Portrait Gallery they can model with clay or create an animation.

Fascinating London Landmarks: They can visit Covent Garden and watch street entertainers and at Park Vista they can get clicked at the historic Prime Meridian Line. They can marvel at the lit up top sights of London during Christmas season and outside Buckingham Palace they can watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony

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