London always has so much to offer for families that sometimes it can be overwhelming if you have nothing planned for the week-end and would like to know what’s going on. If like us, you live for the weekend and want fun things to do, then I have rounded up some lovely child friendly activities in London.
Free Range Urban Kids
Free Range Urban Kids is Hackney’s first outdoor nursery inspired by Germany and Scandinavian outdoor nurseries. Parents can drop off their children for a day of climbing and planting trees, crafts and learning to be safe in nature.
Millfields Park, Lea Bridge Road, E5 0AR
£16 per session
Ages three to five years
Polar Bears Go Wild
Image from Unicorn Theatre
London seems to be having the perfect weather for polar bears. Polar Bears Go Wild is a play about two cheeky polar bears that go on a fun musical adventure. This is sure to keep the little ones entertained.
Unicorn Theater for Children, 147 Tooley Street, SE1 2HZ
£16 for an adult
For ages two and older
Cirque du Soleil
Cirque du Soleil is returning to London’s Royal Albert Hall with Kooza, a show combining two circus traditions – acrobatic performance and the art of clowning.
Royal Albert Hall
Tickets from £52.50 for an adult
Perfect for ages three and older
Red Riding Hood
The Puppet Theatre Barge in London presents Red Riding Hood And The Wolf Who Tried To Eat Her. The show is set to be delightful to both adults and kids alike.
Puppet Theatre Barge, Little Venice, W9 2PF
Tickets from £8.50
Good for ages three and older
This should be enough to fill the week-end; are you and yours doing anything fun this week-end?
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