London is full of attractive tourist destinations. Being the tourist hub of the world, the city never fails at amazing you one way or another. If you are planning to visit London with children, here are five places you must visit to make your children fall in love with the city.

Best Places to Visit London with Children

Theme Park: Legoland Windsor

Being one of the biggest logo parks of the world, Legoland Windsor features 55 interactive rides, a variety of live shows to choose from, driving schools, building workshops, etc. The place has so many activities to offer that your children will simply get tired while enjoying everything here.

This well shaded theme park is sprawled across 150 acres of land and offers its visitors food from 11 restaurants and cafes and unique merchandise from seven shops all located within its boundaries. The entry cost for children £29 and adults can get in at £33. This awesome theme park is located at Winkfield Road, Windsor, Berkshire, a mere 2 hour drive from London.

Ripley’s Believe It or Not

Believe it or not, it is among the best places you can visit in London and is totally children-friendly. If you want a place that could simply leave you spell-bound while enchantingly capturing your children’s attention, Ripley’s is your best bet in London. There is a wide variety of strange artefacts, amazing artworks and some really extraordinary exhibits like a dazzling mirror maze and cool laser games.

Altogether there are more than 700 astonishing experiences and displays that can be appreciated by booking an online ticket of £15. You can find it right outside the Piccadilly Circus tube station.

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Sea Life London Aquarium

Sea Life London Aquarium is located on the Thames River. It exhibits a vast aquarium featuring 14 themed zones taking you places you have never been before. Each region is uniquely designed and there are over 500 species of sea life swimming about in more than 2 million litres of water. The entry ticket costs £25 for adults and £19 for children. As you step out of the aquarium you are greeted with the marvellous views of the London Eye and Big Ben.

Tour of Harry Potter Studio

For Harry Potter lovers, this tour is a must. Although it is more suited to the movie lovers, the book reads can also enjoy the exhibits here. It is located just an hour bus ride away from London’s centre at Tour Drive, Leavesden. The entry ticket costs £31 for adults and £15 for children.


In Harry Potter’s studio, you can walk through the main Hall of Hogwarts School of Witch Craft and Wizardry, meet your favourite movie characters here, see all the costumes worn by your favourite movie characters and even try Butterbeer!

The London Dungeon

The London Dungeon takes you back to the darker periods of London’s past where all sort of gruesome and grotesque creatures used to roam about on the cobbled streets of the city. The experience combines actors with special effects, various stages and unique rides. This place is certainly not for little children, but if you have older kids, it is a must visit destination for. The place is more like a 4D museum which eerily illuminates you about thousand years of London’s creepy history and lets you meet characters like Guy Fawkes, Sweeny Todd and Jack the Ripper.

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  1. Thank God someone thought of parents with kids. It is impossible to travel with kids, but these places seem really nice. will definitely make the next trip amongst one of these.

  2. So true. kids are in my opinion can make the trip more fun and at the same time are the biggest worries of the parents.

  3. So true, London is a must visit a place with the children and family. My kids have lots of fun, we visited WB studio which my kids loved it, then Buckingham Palace, watched Museum, visited parks and also take a walk around gardens and do lots of many interesting things.


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