In addition to being a fantastic gateway to the rest of Europe, there are a variety of things to do in London with kids that are educational, fun, and wildly popular.
Think Crown Jewels, an infamous prison, royal palace, ravens, Anne Boleyn, Guy Fawkes, Beefeaters, and more.
The London Eye is a cantilevered observation wheel that provides stellar views of London its location on the South Bank of the Thames river. One revolution takes about 30 minutes.
You can see sets, costumes, and how the movies’ visual effects were created. Also, you’ll learn about how the animals were trained and even ride a broom like Harry for an amazing photo op.
Step in the door of the flagship Regent Street, the store’s location since 1881, to explore seven stories of wonder.
Go on a treasure-filled scavenger hunt, pick up a kids’ backpack (weekends only) at the Family Desk inside the Great Court. It’s filled with activities to complete during your visit.
Step onboard this nine-deck Second World War Navy warship that is famous for firing some of the first shots on D-Day.