Make memories with a kids day out in London featuring the city's top family attractions. Be transported to another world through immersive kids shows, learn new skills with fun family activities or get involved in unique experiences.
Travel back in time to explore the 1,000-year-old Tower of London, a former prison, fortress and royal residence. Gaze at the sparkling gemstones in the Crown Jewels exhibition before unravelling the mystery of the ravens – the Tower's guardians – from the Yeoman Warders.
Put your senses to the test with mind-boggling sensory experiences and immersive illusion rooms at Twist Museum. Explore more than 60 exhibits and immersive rooms to test your perception on colour, shape, perspective, sound, heat and more.
Board one of the City Cruises boats and admire the views from the open-air deck as you sail past iconic London landmarks. Marvel at the sights while listening to the guided commentary on board.
Discover an underwater world in the centre of London at mesmerising SEA LIFE London aquarium. Face the sharks as you walk across a glass floor, learn all about vibrant coral kingdoms and even find Nemo's relatives – the clownfish.
Dare to explore the spooky side of London's history in this immersive experience. Get lost on a thrilling tour filled with live acting and adrenaline-filled rides and shows. Meet Jack the Ripper, Sweeney Todd and Mrs Lovett, and uncover the horrific stories of torture and secret plots.
Treat the kids to a day out at London Zoo, where they can spot more than 750 species of animals. Watch the fascinating creatures at feeding time or marvel at aquatic penguin shows as they swim under water. You can also enjoy this animal paradise during special seasonal events.
Take the family for a thrilling Thamesjet ride along the river. Fly past the capital's most impressive landmarks, travelling underneath the iconic Tower Bridge. Hold on tight as the military-grade boat twists and turns on the river at speed.
Turn a day at the London Transport Museum into an adventure hunt, as you follow the Stamper Trail surrounded by iconic red buses, trains and relics of the past. Make sure to also stop by the All Aboard play zone, where kids can drive a bus or even repair a mini Tube train.