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West London is home to some of the biggest tourist attractions in the world. Here you can enjoy the great classic tourist attractions like the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace, world-leading museums and parks to chill out in.
In South Kensington, you’ll find a cluster of Britain’s greatest museums including the V&A, Natural History Museum and the Science Museum. In addition to all the attractions, there are plenty of places to enjoy outdoors in West London. On slow hot summer days, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens are never far away to enjoy a picnic.
Palaces & Gardens in West London
If you take the kids to the Diana Memorial Playground we can’t promise you it will be relaxing, but the kids will certainly burn some energy climbing the huge pirate ship. St James Playground is a small but well-planned playground right next to Buckingham Palace, perfect for a break after watching Changing of the Guard.
Changing of the Guard
For first time families visiting London, Changing of the Guard is something that you don’t want to miss. The crowds can get quite huge, so you would want to be there early enough for a good view. On the other hand, you don’t want to arrive too early risking the kids to get fed up before the show even starting. Travelling with kids is all about finding a compromise between getting as much out of your day as possible and saving enough energy for the mood to remain on top.
Affordable West London
West London is the heart of London’s luxury shopping and living. But on the other side, many of the main attractions in West London are completely free! Actually all of the things for kids mentioned above are admission-free. Combine that with the fact that you can get almost anywhere in London with public transportation, you can easily plan some really affordable days out.
The Victoria & Albert Museum or “V&A” in London’s South Kensington is one of the world’s leading museums of art & design.…