Here are some great ideas for fun things to do and see or days out with the kids while in London. Whether you're a visitor from abroad or you live in the UK - there is a wealth of tourist attractions, zoos, aquariums, hands-on exploratory museums and theme parks that have fun activities for kids of all ages from toddlers through young children to teenagers. Most of the places that are seen in the videos will appeal to all age groups.
Here are some of the videos you will see about things to do for kids in London, that include both indoor and outdoors activities so you're covered whether it rains or shines.
1. Sea Life London Aquarium
What to see and do at London Aquarium: Sharks, Rays, Penguins,Piranhas, Seahorses, Jelly Fish, Crocodiles, Clownfish, Corals, Octopus, Lobsters. Live Feeding.
Prices: Kids Under 3 Free, Kids Priority Entrance £19.50, Adults £25.20. Special Offers, Discount Vouchers and Combination tickets also available.
2. London Zoo
What to see and do at London Zoo: Monkeys, Tigers, Gorillas, Meerkats, Lions, Penguins, Hippos, Rainforest animals, Birds, African Safari Animals, Giraffes, Zebras, Okapis, Reptiles, Bugs and Insects. Daily Animal shows, demonstrations, feeding and talks.
Prices: Adults: £24.54, Kids: £18.63, Under 3s Free. Concessions, Group discounts, Family Ticket Discounts and seasonal variations available.
3. Natural History Museum
What to see and do at London Natural History Museum:
Things for younger kids, fun and games and exhibits: Dinosaurs, T-Rex, Antarctica, Build a Volcano, Earth and Space, Meteorites, Fossils Life: Animals and creatures that are big and small, live in the darl, live in the rainforest, live in the jungle, live at sea, hunters, predators and camouflage. Earthquake room (experience being in an earthquake).
Prices: Entry is FREE but there is a charge for some exhibits. Check the website.
4. London Science Museum
Things to see and do at London Science Museum for Kids:
Interactive and hands-on exhibits. Launchpad; Rockets, space, science experiments. IMAX Theatre (Under The Sea). Exhibits about all things science including, maths, physics, chemistry, medicine, transport, environment, biology, space, transport, communications, computing, exploration, energy, engineering and technology.
Prices: The Museum itself is FREE but some exhibits, simulators and the IMAX are paid for. Prices vary with concessions and there are various ticket combinations depending on what you want to see. Check out the website above for further details.
5. Legoland Windsor
Things for kids to do and see at Legoland Windsor. There are plenty of different lands, rides, themes and worlds to explore including;
Adventureland, Pharoahs, Lego City, Pirates, Vikings, Knights, Traffic and Vehicles, Duplo, Miniland and Imagination centres.
Prices: Many variations on prices including group discounts and concessions for teachers and pupils, family etc. check the website for details.
6. Thorpe Park
Also see my best rides at Thorpe Park Compilation:
There are loads of rides and attractions at Thorpe Park for younger and older kids alike. Here's what you can expect to see and do:
Angry Birds Land, Roller Coasters, ANGRY BIRDS 4D,
KING PIG'S WILD HOG DODGEMS, THE SWARM, Colossus, Nemesis Inferno, SAW - The Ride, Stealth, Tidal Wave, Monkey Banana Ride, Logger's Leap, Rocky Express, Teacup Rides, Carousel,Flumes, chutes and water park, Flying Fish, Rumba Rapids.
Check out rides for kids and younger children at Thorpe Park by using the Size indicator on the website. Tickets and prices vary but there are savings, discounts, time-dependent, group bookings, concessions and fasttrack tickets available. Check out the website for details.