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.

How to entertain the kids in London this summer!

Aug 11 2014
science museum Children playing with light table in Launchpad.

School has ended, and while your little’uns couldn’t be happier about this, you’re wondering how you’re going to entertain them for the next few weeks. Thankfully, there are a lot of ways to entertain kids in London and tire them out over the summer holidays so there won’t be any tears or tantrums!

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The Ultimate Muppets Guide To Summer In London

Jul 20 2014

If you are after fun activities’ for the family this Summer in London, you cannot really beat the Ultimate Muppets Guide To Summer In London. When Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy and the Muppets Crowd came to London with super villain Ricky Gervais for their wedding at the Tower of London (while filming Muppets Most Wanted), they explored London and sent us their very own recommendations for things to do. Enjoy!

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Imperial War Museum new look after £40m revamp – Reopening from 19 July 2014

Jul 18 2014
Imperial War Museum

In 2014 lots of WW1 anniversary celebrations are taking place across the UK and Europe and as a parent I feel it’s my responsibility to teach my son all about WW1 and WW2. The school is also helping out explaining history in a simple way which is important to understand current issues and political scenarios. But I believe the new interactive look of the Imperial War Museum will certainly help children as well as parents to understand what happened during these crucial events in the last century.

The Imperial War Museum has received a £40 million revamp including restructuring the bright atrium which now includes significant airplanes such as the Spitfire, as well as a press agency Reuters jeep, wreckage of a military vehicle and other big guns and rockets. 

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