Check out our round-up of favourite family-friendly attractions in and around the capital.
Introducing our first ever AR-Activated pop badges! The Chimera pop badge is exclusively available in The Hungry Troll from this Saturday. Purchase a kid’s meal for your chance to earn your very own spyhole into this parallel world!
Located less than an hour from central London, LEGOLAND Windsor is a world-famous amusement park and bucket-list activity for many families visiting the capital. There are 55 different activities to choose from, including the Atlantis Submarine Voyage in Adventure Land and the Splash Safari water park at Duplo®Valley.
Cost: Tickets from £32, children under two go free.
Getting there: From London Paddington to Windsor & Eton Central, via Slough on Great Western Railway. Or direct from London Waterloo to Windsor & Eton Riverside on South West Trains. There is a shuttle bus service to the park from stops close to both rail stations; please note that this is a chargeable service and is not operated by the park.
Exploring 5,000 years of art, design and culture, Epic Iran will shine a light on one of the greatest historic civilisations, its journey into the 21st century and its monumental artistic achievements, which remain unknown to many.
Unapologetic & radical. Visual artist Shirin Aliabadi’s colourful Miss Hybrid series captures rebellious 21st century Iranian urban youth. Discover works by leading contemporary Iranian artists in our Epic Iran exhibition, opening this Saturday: https://fal.cn/3fAHf
The Tower of London
Sound the trumpets! The Tower is open!
A former palace and prison, The Tower of London is one of the city’s most intriguing spots. See the glittering Crown Jewels and meet the famous Yeoman Warders, known as Beefeaters, who have protected the Tower since the time of the Tudors. You can even hear its grisly history during a spooky twilight tour.
Cost: Adults from £22.70, Children from £10.75, Children under five go free.
Tube Station: Tower Hill (Circle, District lines)