Top 5 Things to Do with the Kids in London This Summer!

Published by Fern Pearson 21 days ago

Top 5 Things to Do with the Kids in London This Summer!

School’s officially out! If you're looking for some inspiration on how to keep the kids entertained this summer then we have just the thing! We’ve come up with our top 5 picks of things to do with the kids this summer in the capital.

Zoom down the Thames on Captain Kidd’s Canary Wharf Voyage!

Our Captain Kidd’s Canary Wharf Voyage is the perfect activity for your day out with the kids this summer! Hop on board, see the sights and feel the wind rush through your hair. What better way to experience London?

*Captain Kidd's Canary Wharf Voyage runs 7 days a week, on the hour every hour from 10am until 6pm from the London Eye Pier.

 Zip line over London’s skyline!

Zip lining has come to London! Whizz past London’s world-famous skyline during an adrenaline-pumping zip line adventure this summer at Archbishops Park.

Zoom past some of London’s top landmarks, including The Shard, Big Ben and the The London Eye!

Check out our brand new Zip 'n' Zoom package and blast along the Thames on our 'Ultimate London Adventure' then zoom down the world's longest and fastest city-centre zip wire! 

 Experience London from above on the London Eye! 

Take the family above and beyond this summer with a trip on the London Eye! Experience London from the sky and take in the stunning panoramic views of the city from above.

Our Rocket Revolution package includes trip on The London Eye paired with our Ultimate London Adventure departing from the London Eye Pier - the perfect family day out! 

Jump on board a Ghost Bus! 

Jump on board a Ghost Bus Tour this summer for some frightful fun! London is full of sights and stories of the otherworldly, for those with the courage to explore the darker side of history, it’s a sight to see!

You'll see the city's most infamous sites of murder, torture and execution including The Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, London Bridge, Tower Bridge and The Tower of London.

 Visit the Clink Prison Museum!

The Clink Prison dates back to 1144 making it one of England’s oldest and most notorious prisons. The prison museum is built on the original site of the prison and tells the scandalous tales of Old Bankside, the gruesome stories of prisoners and features a hands-on torture chamber.

A thrilling experience for all the family! 

 

There you have it! There is so much to see and do in London, especially with the kids! Hopefully this list will get you started as you navigate and explore the city.