We just love our scooters. It’s a great way for our kids to stay active and it’s also a good way to…
Central London is the beating heart of the UK capital, with world-famous attractions on every street corner. Luckily there are some great family-friendly alternatives as well! We will be reviewing these to make it easier for you to plan the best possible day out with your kids.
Central London with kids
Many families keep to the most central part of London, especially if it’s their first-time visit. And there is nothing wrong with that. Who would want to come back to school without having seen Buckingham Palace, Tower of London and the Houses of Parliament! On the other side, it’s good to know that there are some cool things to do with kids outside of the inner areas as well as in South East London.
Overlapping area names
We will use the Central London tag for posts that include the boroughs of Camden, City of London, Kensington and Chelsea, Islington, Lambeth, Southwark and Westminster. Do you find the areas of London confusing? Don’t worry; you’re not the only one. Actually, London’s regions have changed several times throughout history, and even locals use different names for the same areas. The historical names West End and East End (which is different to West London and East London) are overlapping with today’s official names. As an example, Kensington and Chelsea used to be in West London until 2011, while now its in Central London. But it is too far east to be called West End!
London Transport Museum is a great classic among London’s most child-friendly museums. In addition to admiring all the polished vehicles, there are…
The Victoria & Albert Museum or “V&A” in London’s South Kensington is one of the world’s leading museums of art & design.…