Posts Tagged ‘london attractions’

Attraction Review: Exploring Frightful London on the London Eye River Cruise

Oct 21 2023

As the days grow shorter and the air turns colder, London embraces its centuries-old tales of spine-tingling intrigue.

This Halloween, the lastminute.com London Eye River Cruise presents ‘Fright on the Thames,’ a 40-minute boat ride along the River Thames. It’s a chilling yet enchanting journey through London’s haunted past. Whether you’re a couple in search of a romantically eerie evening or a family, it’s a memorable experience.

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The Tower of London – The best London landmark for family edutainment from Knight School to live history lessons

Feb 15 2018

In 20 years living in London, I have visited the Tower of London four times and every time I find it more interesting and fascinating than the previous visit. This is because the organisers of the activities taking place at the Tower of London keep innovating by bringing in new edutainment for children as well as adults.  This February half term, for example, along with hundreds of other  families we attended the Knight School where kids and their parents were taught how to become a knight and defend the famous fortress.

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How to raise your adrenaline junkie at skate parks for beginners in London

Feb 08 2018

Is your child interested in skating, but you’re not sure where to take them to learn? Don’t worry, you’re in luck. Our city is home to one of the most established skateboarding communities in the world. There are over 65 London Skate Parks to choose from, catering for all abilities and disciplines. But not all skateparks are suitable for newbies and they are certainly not playgrounds. Following on from our recent article, the best skate parks in London, I have selected my top five skate parks for beginners.

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Storytelling and music for 0-4s: explore and learn at the Royal Albert Hall

Mar 25 2015

Being a mum in London, I’ve found I’m on a constant search for events, and spoilt for choice most days, with activities happening in local libraries, churches and children’s centres. But as a new mum with a rapidly growing son, I find we’re both up for something a bit different, and I love finding those regular events that take something interactive and leave us both feeling we’ve achieved something before our day has even started! That’s why I’m delighted to be involved in the Royal Albert Hall’s new Storytelling and Music sessions for 0-4 year olds.

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Summer activities for days and nights in and around Greenwich

May 24 2013

A fabulous collection of new hotels and developments has sprung up in the Greenwich area transforming it into an ideal short break destination this summer. With boutique shopping, interactive museums, great pubs and restaurants, and an out-of-town atmosphere, Greenwich is incredibly quick and easy to get to by DLR, river, train, tube or Emirates Air Line.

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