Let’s go on a London adventure and walk from Waterloo,
We’ll be spoilt for choice at how much there is to do!
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The hardest part will be deciding which spots to choose!
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1. London Eye – South Bank
At 135 metres high, this 30-minute ride will give you the best view of London city! See if you can spot Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral and even Buckingham Palace.
2. Wahaca – Southbank
This quirky restaurant, constructed from 8 recycled shipping containers, is sure to be a marvel with the little ones (and big kids alike!) and serves lots of yummy Mexican inspired street food.
3. Sea Life London Aquarium
Discover lots of fascinating underwater creatures and learn all about the conservation work this large aquarium does! You’ll see penguins, turtles, seahorses and more!
4. Southbank Centre
If your little one is an aspiring artist, pay a visit to this art centre with its constantly changing events which range from dance, art, performance and spoken word.
5. Giraffe, (Behind the Royal Festival Hall) Southbank Centre
With amazing views of the River Thames and only moments away from The London Eye, this central restaurant will make a popular stop off for rumbling tums.
6. Florence Nightingale Museum
This fascinating museum offers an insight into the life and works of Britain’s most famous nurse… with over 3,000 artefacts!
7. Shrek’s Adventure
Board this magical 4D bus for an adventure with Shrek’s donkey as your tour guide! Experiences last approximately 75 minutes.
8. Harry Potter London Bus Tour, departs outside Temple Tube Station
Step aboard this bus for a magical Harry Potter tour which takes you around locations from all eight films including the Ministry of Magic and Platform 9 3/4!
9. Westminster Abbey
Pay a visit to London landmark Westminster Abbey – famous for its royal weddings and rich royal history! – and marvel at its beautiful architecture, Poets Corner and statues, murals and tombs.
10. 10 Downing Street
Visit this iconic building for an insight into the home of the prime minister!
11. Body Worlds, Picadilly Circus
Explore Dr Gunther von Hagen’s original BODY WORLDS exhibition, at its new permanent home in the heart of Piccadilly Circus London, and journey through the human body in an awe-inspiring environment featuring over 200 fascinating exhibits, which celebrate life
12. Bond in Motion, London Film Museum
Aspiring mini 007’s will love this Bond in Motion exhibition! Come and see all of the film favourites, including the Rolls-Royce Phantom III, the Aston Martin DB5 and more.
13. St Pauls Cathedral
Visit this iconic landmark for another slice of British history! Climb up 525 steps to reach the Golden Gallery, or visit the crypt to explore the tombs of British heroes.
14. Planet Hollywood, St. James
Come and dine with the rich and famous at Planet Hollywood! Inspired by the glitz and glamour of the American entertainment industry, this is spot vintage lovers and foodies alike shouldn’t miss!
15. Rainforest Café, Piccadilly Circus
Have an adventure at this amazing jungle-themed restaurant! Little explorers will love the animatronic elephant, tropical fish tank and waterfall… as well as the yummy food!
16. Hamley’s, Regent Street
Bring the family here to enjoy the magic of London’s oldest and most loved toy shop! As one of the largest toy shops in the world, Hamley’s is home to all the latest crazes, computer games, traditional teddies and a specialist collector area.
17. LEGO® Store, Leicester Square
The LEGO® Store is not one to miss for little creatives and budding architects! As the largest store in the world, the only limit to what you can create is your imagination!
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