London is probably the best city in the world in terms of activities for families and children including lots of free activities and events. We list here lots of initiatives that we believe London Mums and their children from babies to teenagers would enjoy especially at the most entertaining places such as the Science Museum, The V&A, Kew Gardens, Kensington Palace, Hyde Park, Richmond Park, Greenwich, West End shows, the London Eye, the London Aquarium, Kingston upon Thames, Chelsea, SouthBank and so much more.

Family Event Doktor James and the Akademy of Evil 26 March 2017

Mar 13 2017
A real treat for Mother's Day: a top affordable family event. Almost every day we get up to read on papers and online that is the International Day of something: toast, kittens, friendship. Beyond the obvious commercial aspects of this proliferation, there are long-standing celebratory days that really mean something and Mother’s Day is certainly the first and foremost. But, to paraphrase a famous film, ‘what do mothers really want’? Nothing more than to spend a great day with their families and being relieved from having to cook and to do the washing up (or the loading of the washing machine), can but be a bonus.

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A night out with the Collabro boys

Mar 03 2017
Since interviewing Matt from Collabro last year, I have been following the whereabouts of the world’s most successful musical theatre group and former winner of Britain’s Got Talent, who have just released their highly anticipated third album Home today, through their own label Peak Productions. Last night they threw an amazing party for a few guests (I was there too!) and sung some of the most iconic songs from Home including Beauty and the Beast.

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London Attraction Review: THE ART OF THE BRICK – DC SUPER HEROES (1 March – 3 September 2017)

Mar 02 2017
London Mums, don't miss  The Art of the Brick: DC Super heroes. DC’s most iconic super heroes and super villains have just arrived to London thanks to renowned Lego artist Nathan Sawaya who has created the World’s Largest LEGO® Exhibition using more than two million Lego bricks inspired by Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. Sawaya gave up his job as a lawyer in New York years ago to totally dedicate himself to Lego art. Since then his creations using children's building bricks have become famous around the world. The Art of the Brick: DC Super heroes exhibition is located in a purpose-built tent, at South Bank's Doon Street Car Park just minutes away from Waterloo Station. London Mums extensively covered his The Art of the Brick first London exhibition in 2014 . It was love at first brick. 

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