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London, SW7 2United Kingdom

 01925 467446

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", the Science Museum's water-play area (The Garden) and Discover, the Children's Story Centre in Stratford (part of London), are particularly worth a visit:"  See More

"Science Museum is great for kids (address: Exhibition Rd, London SW7 2DD) and is right next to the Natural History Museum which is also fun for children."  See More

"Here are just a few suggestions: London Eye London Transport Museum Science Museum See a show in West End, such as Lion King or Matilda St James' Park Battersea Park Children's Zoo Barbican Centre Happy travels!"  See More

"Hop-on/Hop-off Bus to get the lay of the land; London Eye, Tower Of London, the Beefeaters' tour (they are amusing); Harry Potter Tour (go to Tourist Information Offices for info); London Zoo, Madame Tussauds London, Trafalgar Square, (the church, St Martin-in-the-Fields has brass rubbings and the cafe is in a crypt); the Natural History Museum; Science Museum."  See More

"Go to: the London Zoo, the London Eye on Southbank, Hamleys toy shop on Regent Street, the Science Museum, the Warner Bros Studio Tour London in Watford (about an hour out of London but really worth it if the kids are into Harry Potter)."  See More

"Breakfast at dawn over looking the city at Duck & Waffle Dinner or a night out in Soho (Kingsway and Carnaby St) Shopping on New Oxford St Visit the The British Museum and the Museum of London Walk around St Katharine Docks and Wapping (have a beer at The Dickens Inn, Prospect of Whitby or The Captain Kidd) Walk along South Bank Visit the museums in South Kensington (Natural History Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum and the Science Museum) Go to the theatre - I recommend Book of Mormon - Prince of Wales Theatre, The Lion King or Matilda"  See More

"There's not a huge amount of free stuff around Wimbledon really - but if you are able to I'd definitely recommend going into the centre of London and visiting the museums there - Victoria & Albert Museum, Science Museum, Natural History Museum etc etc."  See More

"Also popular are Victoria & Albert Museum, Natural History Museum and Science Museum."  See More

"Museums such as the Science Museum and Natural History Museum open up one night per month for adults only - great time to visit if you can."  See More

"They both loved the Science Museum, it had a great interactive section for the kids."  See More

"This the area for museums the Victoria & Albert Museum, Natural History Museum Science Museum are all minutes away."  See More

"Other great places in London are the Science Museum or Natural History Museum - both next door to each other and both free."  See More

"Museums: Science Museum, it has a great exhibition and they add things every once in a while."  See More

"The Victoria & Albert Museum is also one of my Favourites with the Science Museum next door."  See More

"Many days can be spent wandering around the following all within a 15 minute walk of each other: the Victoria & Albert Museum, Natural History Museum, Science Museum, the Royal College of Art and Royal Geographical Society on Kensington Gore are next to the Royal Albert Hall and have free events and exhibitions- continue your walk into the Hyde Park and the Serpentine Gallery in the park- dip your toes into the Diana Princess Of Wales Memorial Walk, and it is possible to swim on the south side of the Serpentine So bring a towel."  See More

"But, walk along the Thames, visit The British Museum, Science Museum, Natural History Museum, Museum of London Docklands, visit Greenwich (picnic near the observatory for a great view over the city) and Camden Town, check out 'the scoop at more London', often free films and plays in the summer there (it's outdoors)."  See More

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