Looking for ways to keep the whole family entertained at the weekend this month? Here’s a few ideas from us to help!

The Fans Strike Back Exhibition, 81 Old Brompton Rd, South Kensington: have you got one or two Star Wars fans in your household? Then why not take them along to this exhibition which features numerous objects collected by fans over the years. It includes photos, posters, costumes, life-size figures, models & one-of-a-kind sculptures that highlight the devotion fans have to this film series. You can also enjoy a VR galaxy experience (available for separate purchase on-site), with a VIP experience also including a pic in the photo booth (where you will choose your background), and a poster of the exhibition. Due to popular demand, this exhibition is only on display until the 9th July!

Horrible Histories: Terrible Thames: for those who love Horrible Histories, how about taking them along on a trip down the Thames in this special river cruise that covers all the horrible parts of the history of London as you float by some of London’s most famous sights!

Pay a visit to Kidzania: how about letting your kids follow their dreams and take charge in this realistic mini-city experience, in which they can see what it would be like to work in a number of different professions. The experience will get them thinking about their decision-making skills, boost their practical learning and feel a real sense of achievement. 

Paddington Bear tour of London: see London through this famous bear’s eyes as you and the family join this walking tour which you will visit visit the London sites featured in over 20 books and both movies, finishing up at Mr Gruber’s antique shop on iconic Portobello Road. 

Colors Festival: why not be dazzled by colour in this special festival which will feature over 35 street artists who will display their works ranging from  street art to paintings and photography, to dazzle and inspire future artists. Based in Camden, this festival has had great success in Paris and will arrive in London from the 15th June until the 23rd July.


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