London Suggestions?

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The kids have now broken up from school and me and the hubby have been spending a few days trying to come up with a few ideas for things to do. One of the plans is to spend a few days in London, stay in a hotel and find out what we could do while there. The hubby told me to search google to find some different things; we've been to London before and been to the Sea Life Centre and gone on the London eye. We've also done the National History Museum and a few galleries.

Given that London is such a big place I'm sure there's plenty of things to do that we've never heard of or never thought of and instead of typing in 'Things to do in London' on Google I thought I would ask you fine people for your suggestions, especially those of you who live there. Walking, active things, easy and relaxing things, whatever you can think of is welcome.

Trying to entertain my boys is going to be difficult and the trip to London will be a welcome distraction from the boredom.

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  1. Have you also done the Science Museum? theres an interactive area that will keep the kids occupied for ages.

    The V&A museum also has a victorian paddling poole in the centre, and is just over the road, so if its hot...

    I'd also recommend (if its in the price range) going to see Matilda. Its an amazing show.

    Dependant on kiddie age, theres also HMS Belfast, the Tower of London, and The London Dungeons. I wouldnt take my 6 yr old to them, but my son has enjoyed those since he was 10.


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    1. The last time we were there we considered the V&A Museum but didn't have enough time in the end so I think that's going on the list.
      I'd never even thought of going to see a show but that's a great idea, we went to see Shrek a couple of years ago and the boys loved it.
      The London Dungeons are a no-no for us at the moment, our youngest is only 5 but I think we'll be keeping it in mind for the future.

      Thanks for the great recommendations. :)

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  2. Do the parks - so gorgeous, take a picnic and a football, frisby etc. Battersea Park is lovely, as is Green Park. Also love the open top bus tours.

    #PoCoLo

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    1. What a great idea! Again I hadn't thought about doing a picnic and my boys do love to be outside, well LP does anyway. Thanks for stopping by and giving some great recommendations. x

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  3. I agree about the parks. Hyde Park and Regents Park are vast, with lots to explore. Open top bus tours are good fun too, you can usually get on/off as you like if there's something interesting at a particular stop. #PoCoLo

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    1. We visited Hyde Park last year and yes it is quite big isn't it? Thanks for adding to the recommendations. x

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  4. What about visiting the Tower of London? We all enjoyed that a few years ago.

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    1. Yes I think this is going on the list, thanks. There's so much to do that it may be more than a weekend we need! Thanks for stopping by. xx

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  5. I wish we can do London too. For now we are just trying to explore nearby towns in SW. Good luck with the trip =) #pocolo

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    1. Ah thanks. Local places are awesome because you always know you can go whenever you like!

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  6. Hi Morgan, there are loads of things to do! Have you seen my Urban Monkey Guide? http://my-travelmonkey.com/the-urban-monkey-guide/ - i've included lots of splashy stuff and the southbank has lots of things going on at the moment. Also, Battersea Park and Zoo is brilliant. As is jsut wondering around Borough Market.
    Have fun! #PoCoLo

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  7. This Year London is one the first position visited by tourists. It is a very beautiful city for a great and adventures holidays. There are plenty of attractions, hotels, amusement park etc. Visit London and feel these all things.

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