Entertainment for Children in London

Showing entertainment for children in London.

London Theme Parks, London Zoo, London museums

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The Arrows Junior Experience

 

Well done Harry.

Harry said, “It was the best birthday present I have ever had”

Take an awesome flight in a Pitts S2A aerobatic plane with ex-Red Arrows or fast jet pilots performing unbelievable aerobatic stunts.

 You’ll be the envy of all your friends

 

Experience amazing mid-air manoeuvres such as high G loops and barrel rolls during your 15 minute flight

Session length
Your experience will last for approximately two and a half hours, including your 15 minute flight.

Milestones of Flight Exhibition

 

From a total collection of well over two hundred aircraft, over a hundred full-size aircraft

 from all over the world are displayed under cover on the historic site of the original

London Aerodrome. These include the legendary Spitfire and Lancaster Bomber

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

London Butterfly House

For admission prices look on www.butterflies.org.uk

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Sightseeing in London

Just a few interesting places to visit in London

 

BFI London Max Cinema

Biggest screen in UK

www.bfi.org.uk

 

British Airways London Eye

www.ba-londoneye.com

 

Buckingham Palace

http://www.royal.gov.uk/output/page555.asp

 

Central Hall Westminster

www.c-h-w.com

 

City Hall

Views over London

www.london.gov.uk

 

Cutty Sark

www.cuttysark.org.uk

 

The Golden Hinde

www.goldenhinde.co.uk

 

Greenwich

www.greenwichfoundation.org.uk

 

Hampton Court Palace

www.hrp.org.uk

 

HMS Belfast

www.iwm.org.uk

 

Houses Of Parliament

www.Parliament.uk

 

Kensington Palace

www.hrp.org.uk

 

London Aquarium

www.londonaquarium.co.uk

 

London Dungeon

www.theDungeons.com

 

London Zoo

www.londonzoo.co.uk

 

Lord’s Cricket Ground

Daily tours.

www.lords.org

 

Madame Tussauds and London Planetarium

www.madame-tussauds.co.uk

 

The Monument

See Tower Bridge for tickets

 

National Archives at Kew

www.NationalArchives.gov.uk

 

Royal Albert Hall Tours

www.royalalberthall.com

 

Royal Observatory

www.nmm.ac.uk

 

St Martins In The Fields

www.smitf.org

 

St Paul’s Cathedral

www.stpauls.co.uk

 

Shakespeare’s Globe Exhibition

www.Shakespeares-Globe.org

 

Somerset House

www.somerset-house.org.uk

 

The Tower Bridge Exhibition

Tickets for the Monument

www.towerbridge.org.uk

 

Tower of London

www.hrp.org.uk

 

Wellington Arch

www.english-heritage.org.uk

 

Westminster Abbey

www.westminster-abbey.org

 

Westminster Cathedral

www.WestminsterCathedral.org.uk

 

Winston Churchill’s Britain At War Experience

www.britainatwar.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

Protecting London's wildlife for the future

With the

London Wildlife Trust”

 

For Events Page Contact

http://www.wildlondon.org.uk/

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Places To Visit - The nature reserves of the London Wildlife Trust


Places To Visit - The nature reserves of the London Wildlife Trust

There are many other sites managed by the Trust. We aim to protect and enhance the capital's wildlife and increase the enjoyment and appreciation of our natural heritage by everyone who lives, works in or visits London.

For more information contact our central office on 020 7261 0447.

 

Full list of reserves

·  The Chase

·  The Ripple

·  Camley Street Natural Park

·  Sydenham Hill Wood

·  West Reservoir Centre

·  Centre for Wildlife Gardening

·  Oakhill Wood

·  Totteridge Fields

·  The Warren

·  West Kent Golf Course

·  Salt Box Hill SSSI

·  Hutchinson's Bank, Chapel Bank & Threecorner Grove

·  Bramley Bank Local Nature Reserve.

·  Fox Wood

·  Frays Island and Mabey's Meadow.

·  The Grove

·  Frays Farm Meadows SSSI & Denham Lock Wood SSSI.

·  Dews Farm Sand Pits

·  The Yeading Valley Reserves.

·  Isleworth Ait

·  Gunnersbury Triangle

·  Fishpond Wood & Beverley Meads

·  Crane Park Island

·  Coulsdon Coppice

·  Wilderness Island

·  Uxbridge Moor


Disabled access

Many of the reserves in this guide are accessible to people with disabilities. For example Camley Street Natural Park, Crane Park Island and The Centre for Wildlife Gardening have good access particularly if you are in a wheelchair and The Chase is relatively flat. However some reserves have steep steps, or have path conditions that will vary throughout the year so please contact us on 020 7261 0447 if you would like further information on the accessibility of any of the places that you would like to visit.

Please remember:

  • Avoid disturbing wildlife
  • Keep to the paths where possible
  • Take nothing but photographs
  • Leave nothing but footprints
  • Respect the right of those occupying adjoining property
  • Enjoy your visit!

 

http://www.wildlondon.org.uk/

 

 

A day trip on a steam hauled express train

. A wonderfully nostalgic day trip on a steam hauled express train. Board a vintage train in London in a cloud of smoke and steam before you are whisked across the beautiful English countryside to the cathedral city of your choice. On arrival you have time to spend looking around the city, shopping or visit the local wine bars etc. Then it's back to warmth and beautiful countryside, through valleys, past lakes, rivers, or the sea, bluebells in the spring, the wonderful autumn colours later in the year. Standard, first-class or premier dining available

 

http://www.steamdreams.co.uk/

 

 

 

 

Thorpe Park, Near Staines – Chessington World of Adventures, Surrey – Legoland near Windsor.

 

Thorpe Park

 

Click on below to try the rides out.
www.thorpepark.co.uk  

 

Chessington World of Adventures

2006 is the year to party on the park, with our jam-packed calendar of events featuring favourite children's characters.

90% of the Park's rides and attractions are suitable for children under 12, from Land of the Dragons –

a whole themed land especially for mini sized adventurers - to the chance to come face to face with amazing animals.

With excellent value price options and a fantastic queue busting day planner ticket

Chessington is THE theme park where families come first

Click on below for more info.

http://www.chessington.co.uk/

 

 

LEGOLAND

 

Click on below for more details.

www.legoland.co.uk

 

 

Places of interest London Zoo, and The London museums

And many more places you may find of interest are

 

London Zoo

 in Regent's Park,

     http://www.londonzoo.co.uk /

 

London Aquarium

Is located at County Hall on the South Bank. Next to the London Eye.

     http://www.londonaquarium.co.uk /

 

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

What's New, Visitor Info, Features and Events, About Us, How

You Can Help, Shops and Services, Science and Horticulture. ...

http://www.rbgkew.org.uk

 

 

London’s Tower Bridge

  high-level walkways, full size steam engines, interactive tours, and more.
http://www.towerbridge.org.uk

 

 

St Paul’s Cathedral stands at the heart of the City of London.

www.StPauls.co.uk

 

Royal Palaces & Windsor Castle

http://www.royal.gov.uk/output/Page553.asp

 

 

The London Eye – One of London’s main attractions

http://www.britishairways.com/londoneye

 

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
 Provides background information on Shakespearean performance

 in original conditions. Includes guides...
 
www.rdg.ac.uk/globe

 

Search the Tate Collection of Both The Tate Gallery and The Tate Modern
Explore the online database of 50,000 works

The national gallery of British art
from 1500 to the present day

Tate Modern
A major new gallery of modern and contemporary art

http://www.tate.org.uk/home/default.htm

 

Madame Tussauds

Well worth a visit
www.madame-tussauds.com

 

 

     London Museums

 

 

     Museum of London - official museum site with guide.

http://www.museum-london.org.uk/

 

 

National Maritime Museum
covering every aspect of ships and seafaring, in peace and at war,

from pre-history to today.
 www.nmm.ac.uk

 

Imperial War Museum

- the national museum of war and conflict
 Information on artefacts and history of British and Commonwealth military forces.
 www.iwm.org.uk

 

     Natural History Museum

 - resources for researchers and visitors.

http://www.nhm.ac.uk

 

     The British Museum

 - vast collection of world art and artifacts.

http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk

 

     The Science Museum

 - collections of transport, agricultural machinery,

 photography, film and television.

http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/

 

The London Museum

tells the fascinating story of London
from prehistoric times to the present day.

www.museum-london.org.uk 

 

Victoria and Albert Museum
 permanent collections and galleries
 Museum of the decorative arts founded in 1852 to support

and encourage excellence in art and design.
 
www.vam.ac.uk/ -

 

The Charles Dickens Museum, London
A museum dedicated to the life
and works of Charles Dickens. His 19th century home in London,

now preserved as a historic house museum.
 www.dickensmuseum.com

 

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