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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.

Spring into fun: Exciting April adventures for London families

Hello, London families! Are you searching for delightful family-friendly April adventures to embrace? Look no further, as we’ve curated a selection of exhilarating escapades right here in the heart of the city!

London offers a myriad of captivating pursuits suitable for children of all ages. From enchanting explorations in picturesque parks like Hyde Park and Greenwich Park to themed adventures in museums and attractions, there’s a wealth of excitement awaiting discovery.

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Join us as we embark on a journey of adventure and explore the abundant wonders that London has to offer this April. From thrilling expeditions at Merchant Square, Paddington, to immersive experiences with Bluey at Kew Gardens, there’s an array of activities to captivate the imagination and create lasting memories for you and your family.

So, London families, whether you’re unleashing your creativity at The Postal Museum, indulging in delectable Easter treats at local markets, or immersing yourselves in the marvels of London’s museums, there’s boundless joy to be found this April. Let’s dive into the excitement and make unforgettable memories together!

Bluey Bonanza at Kew Gardens until 14th April 2024

Calling all budding adventurers! Join the lovable Blue Heeler puppy, Bluey, for an outdoor extravaganza at Kew Gardens inspired by the hit TV show. From laughter-filled games to exciting outdoor activities, this event promises a blooming good time for the whole family. And guess what? You might even get the chance to meet Bluey in person! Don’t miss out – book your tickets now!

Easter Fun Spring at Kew Gardens

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Family-friendly Shows and Performances

Catch a family-friendly show or performance at one of London’s many theatres. From classic tales to interactive puppet shows, there’s something for every age and interest. Check out listings at theatres like the Polka Theatre, Little Angel Theatre, and the Unicorn Theatre for upcoming productions.

Outdoor Adventures

Take advantage of the spring weather and explore London’s parks, city farms and green spaces. Pack a picnic and head to Hampstead Heath or Richmond Park for a day of outdoor fun. Or, rent a row-boat and paddle along the Serpentine in Hyde Park. With plenty of open spaces to run, play, and explore, London’s parks are the perfect place to spend a sunny day.

Spring Cleaning with Shaun the Sheep at Mudchute Farm

Spring at Mudchute Farm

 

Museum Adventures

Embark on an adventure at one of London’s many museums and galleries. From interactive exhibits to hands-on workshops, there’s plenty to keep kids and teens entertained. Check out family-friendly museums like the Science Museum, the Natural History Museum, and the V&A Museum of Childhood for activities and events.

Design Delights at The Postal Museum

Let your creativity run wild at The Postal Museum with their inventive family programme inspired by postal uniforms. Get ready to design your own postie board game or sew a patch for your very own iconic postal uniform hand puppet! With activities for all ages, this is the perfect opportunity to unleash your inner designer. Drop-in sessions available.

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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!

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!

 

Spring Arts and Crafts

Unleash your creative side with Spring-themed arts and crafts workshops across the city. From egg decorating to making your own bonnet, these workshops are perfect for kids and teens alike. Check out local community centres, libraries, and art studios for upcoming craft events.

easter eggs art craft kids

Markets

Treat yourself to a brunch at one of London’s family-friendly restaurants. From traditional English breakfasts to themed brunch buffets, there’s something to satisfy every appetite. Check out local eateries and cafes for special Spring kids’ menus and promotions. Sample delicious treats at London Borough Market or explore the global cuisines of Camden Market.

Easter egg nests chocolate LR

Nests chocolate treats

So, London mums, whether you’re exploring Kew Gardens with Bluey, getting creative at The Postal Museum, or embarking on an egg-hunting adventure at Merchant Square, there’s something for everyone to enjoy this Spring in London.

Go and make some special memories with your family!

 

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