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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 friendly things to do in London this March

Hey there, London mums and dads! As the days get longer and the weather gets brighter, it’s time to shake off those winter blues and dive into some fun family adventures in the city. From outdoor escapades to indoor delights, there’s something for everyone to enjoy this March. So, grab your little ones and let’s explore what London has to offer!

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1. Spring Strolls in the Park: With the arrival of spring, it’s the perfect time to take leisurely walks in London’s beautiful parks or city farms. Head to Hyde Park for a serene stroll amidst blooming flowers and chirping birds, or explore the wonders of Regent’s Park with its scenic pathways and charming gardens. Don’t forget to pack a picnic and make a day of it!

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2. Museum Marvels: London is home to some of the most fascinating museums in the world, and many of them offer family-friendly exhibits and activities. Check out the Natural History Museum for a journey through the ages, or delve into the wonders of science at the Science Museum. With interactive displays and hands-on experiments, learning has never been more fun!

3. Creative Workshops: Get those creative juices flowing with a range of workshops and classes across the city. From pottery painting to storytelling sessions, there’s something to spark the imagination of every young artist. Check out National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, local community centres and arts venues for upcoming events and unleash your little one’s inner Picasso!

4. Theatre Time: Introduce your kids to the magic of live theatre with a trip to one of London’s family-friendly shows. From beloved classics to exciting new productions, there’s a theatrical adventure waiting for you. Check out The Lion King for a mesmerising journey to the Pride Lands, or experience the enchantment of Matilda the Musical for a toe-tapping good time!

5. Culinary Adventures: Expand your little one’s palate with a culinary exploration of London’s diverse food scene. From colourful markets to bustling food halls, there’s a world of flavours to discover. Sample delicious treats at London Borough Market or explore the global cuisines of Camden Market. With options for every taste bud, it’s a feast for the senses!

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6. Outdoor Play Areas: Let your kids burn off some energy at one of London’s fantastic outdoor play areas. From playgrounds to adventure parks, there’s plenty of space for them to run, jump, and climb to their heart’s content. Head to Battersea Park for its fantastic play facilities or explore the adventure playgrounds of Crystal Palace Park for an action-packed day out.

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So, there you have it, London mums and dads – a whirlwind tour of family-friendly fun in the city this March! Whether you’re exploring the great outdoors or unleashing your creativity indoors, there’s no shortage of excitement to be had. So, gather your little ones and make the most of this magical time of year in London!

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