There are also other interactive galleries at the Science Museum which you have to pay extra for including the Red Arrows flying simulator which is suitable for 2 — 5 year olds.
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The Garden and Pattern Pod are very popular so you might need to wait during busy times the quietest times to go are 10am — This enormous museum has lots for children of all ages, but there is plenty for toddlers and younger children too. The Dinosaur Exhibition is up a flight of stairs but once you are up there you can see a life sized, moving T-Rex. The Investigate area has loads of specimen trays with insects, bones, shells and animal skins to touch and feel, as well as microscopes for smaller children to use.
There is also a Treasures Collection with items for toddlers to touch with stories underneath to explain what they are. There are seasonal activities and exhibitions too such as the Tropical Butterfly house payable extra running until September There is a Free Family Trail for 3- 5 year olds which takes you on a fascinating journey around the museum.
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You can also borrow art materials pens, pencils, colouring books etc too. There are also lots of seats for parents too. Diana Memorial Playground. There are rock pools, sandpits, treehouses, wobbly bridges and swings and slides at this excellent playground in East London. The playground is built in a real, natural environment that encourages children to experiment and take risks in a safe environment.
Pedalos are available to hire in the summer. Tumbling Bay Playground. Hackney City Farm is a real farm minutes away from central London and its skyscrapers. The farm is fairly small, but has a range of farmyard animals including goats, sheep, chickens and donkeys, as well as smaller animals such as rabbits and guinea pigs.
As a city farm in London, they are dedicated to helping people learn about food, nature and the environment. It is also one of the Royal Parks. Toddlers will love running around in Greenwich Park — especially climbing to the top of the hill to get great views of the city. If you are coming from central London, you can also combine this with a trip on one of the boats which make their way down the River Thames to Greenwich. Greenwich Park. Staying in Greenwich, the famous Maritime Museum tells epic stories of exploration and endeavour.
Maritime Museum. Lots of visitors to London go to see the Changing of the Guard outside Buckingham Palace, but there can be large crowds making it difficult for little ones to see.
There are smaller crowds and no railings between visitors and the guards taking place, and the whole event takes about 30 minutes. Combine this with a visit to the Household Cavalry Museum where you can see the horses being looked after in their stables through a glass partition. They run Kids Clubs at A handy option for a rainy day or for when you need to chill out between attractions. Ritzy Cinema. The Lido at Hampsted Heath is uncovered and unheated, so is definitely one for hot, sunny days! However, the whole experience of swimming outside is one not to be missed.
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There is even a paddling pool for younger children. The Museum of London has free interactive galleries exploring the history of London from when the Romans lived there. Toddlers can navigate their way around the museum using the Under 5s Explorer Backpacks filled with games, toys and puzzles to use in the galleries. The museum also has free monthly Baby and Toddler sessions with fun, stimulating activities for them to play and learn.
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