Planning a Spring Holiday in London with Kids
In the Night Garden Live
If your kid loves cartoon characters, then this stage show is for you. Stunning costumes, magical puppets, delightfully charming music, and overwhelming projections are sure to win hearts of many. The stage show includes three cartoon characters including Igglepiggle, Upsy Daisy, and Makka Pakka. Much similar to cartoon TV shows, the theme is simple and easy to understand, the music delightful. The show is a perfect introduction to theatre for under-fives.
Easter at Kew Gardens
One of your best bets for a satiation this spring season – take a day trip to city’s best garden to enjoy the festival of Easter. To make your experience a little exciting, the garden has joined hands with The Roald Dahl Museum & Story Centre and the West End ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory musical. Families can also indulge in various fun activities that will take place over Easter weekend, including annual Easter egg hunt and Maya chocolate adventure trail. Besides, kids can also explore lots of charming chocolaty facts in fun and interactive chocolate-themed activities.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Opening
Celebrate the reopening of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which is a great sporting complex constructed for the 2012 Summer Olympics. Officially reopening on 5th of April, the park will be a new tourist destination for millions. From tumbling bay playgrounds to iconic venues like ArcelorMittal Orbit, there’s something for everyone on the park. Families can also enjoy a leisurely walk through the parklands looking at the impressive sites of the London 2012 venues.
London Museum of Water and Steam
No parents can expect kids to spend a week wandering through museums and art galleries, but some of London’s sites are of special interest to little ones. The Kew Bridge Steam Museum is one of the perfect examples to have a fun packed family day. The main draw of this museum is its collection of magnificent steam pumping engines, signifying the most important developments in steam engine technology.
Enjoy the last stretch of spring by attending the kid’s favourite Lego Show. This interactive show is a perfect opportunity for LEGO fans to immerse themselves in the construction zones. Kids can watch sets from the world’s professional brick builders and Lego designers. The show exhibits dozens of life d LEGO models, a massive LEGO Store, and other entertaining activities. So, get ready to take part in structuring a huge Lego mosaic.
These are some of the best things to do this springtime with the kids in the capital. So, why not discover these amazing kid’s activities to have afun-filled spring holiday in London.
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