Family Days Out Ideas for the Easter Holidays

Looking for ways to keep the kids amused this Easter break? Here’s some ideas from Love London Love Culture…

Take a trip to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour (with coach from Victoria station): does your child love Harry Potter? Then why not immerse yourselves in the wizarding world by taking a look around the sets from the films including the famous Great Hall of Hogwarts! A must-visit for anyone of any age who adores Harry Potter! There’s even a new section that has been added to the experience… 

Pay a visit to the Cutty Sark: for those wanting to do something a bit more historical how about finding out what life was like on board this famous ship. This ship will be marking its 150th anniversary in 2019. To celebrate this landmark occasion, it will be hosting a range of special events throughout the year, including concerts, theatre and poetry performances relating to her impressive career, her Victorian maritime heritage and historic connections to China, Australia and the rest of the world.

Take a trip on the London Eye and River Cruise: want to enjoy the views of London and take in the sights? Well how about taking a trip on the famous London Eye along the South Bank to see the London skyline in all its glory before taking a river cruise to see some of the famous sites alongside the River Thames.

Jump onboard HMS Belfast: find out more about those who lived and worked on this warship during the Second World War and beyond. Explore numerous decks of history from the daily drudgery of peeling spuds in the Galley to the sights and sounds of controlling a fleet of ships in the interactive Operations Room.

Find out more about the Beasts of London at the London Museum: did you know about the numerous beasts that used to roam around the capital? From exotic beasts imported from all over the world to the humble pigeon, from the majestic lion to pesky fleas, find out more about the animals that Londoners would once live side-by-side with in this interactive exhibition at the London Museum.

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