Visiting a museum by day was always good.
While coming out in 3D in summer 2013, the night before, So if you’re off to Dino Snores, watch ‘Jurassic Park’.
Imagine bedding down -and waking up! Notice, the usual History Museum’s Dino Snores events permit kids to do just this. Simply think for a moment.t Rex’s ginormous skeleton. Kids have got it pretty sweet in London. Here’s our guide to 11 essential things no family trip to London would’ve been complete without. Likewise do sweaty recurring gripes commutes and extortionate rent not apply, there’s the fact that a lot of the city’s best activities were probably designed specifically with children in mind. One of London’s prettiest expanses of water, lake has a dedicated swimming section from May to September -although water isn’t heated. It’s an interesting fact that the gated family area with a paddling pool, sandpit and swings means parents usually can relax while their children play. Splashing about in Serpentine was probably one for the brave. There’s a peronal sunbathing area and sun loungers for hire and a kiosk within the lido grounds makes it manageable to order from the well known Lido Café next door. TheKite Societyhas dozens of useful tips.