Discover the history of London at the Museum of London! We tell the story of the world's greatest city and its people. From prehistoric times to the present day, we ...
Here you'll find a little bit on all of London's history, including hands-on activities. There's just enough to keep kids interested before moving on to the next thing at the museum.
The Petrie Museum houses an estimated 80,000 objects, making it one of the greatest collections of Egyptian and Sudanese archaeology in the world.
See one of the largest collections of Egyptian archaeology, with plenty of artifacts and hieroglyphics to keep kids' attention.
The Wallace Collection is home to one of Europes finest collections of works of art, paintings, furniture, arms & armour and porcelain.
This historic house is full of things to interest everyone, including adults. With period furnishings, you'll also find weapons and armor as well.
Visit the National Army Museum, London and find out how Britain's past has helped to shape our present and future. Discover the impact our Army has had on the story ...
Most little boys love Army men, weapons and military vehicles. See them all here.
The Horniman Museum and Gardens are a fascinating, family-friendly attraction in South London’s Forest Hill. We have collections of anthropology, musical ...
If you want a less crowded experience, check out the weird and fun natural history on display here.
A top-10 UK visitor attraction, Royal Museums Greenwich is home to the Royal Observatory Greenwich, the iconic historic sailing ship Cutty Sark, the National Maritime ...
Surrounded by huge parks and fields for kids to run around in, it's worth the trip to Greenwich to check out the Maritime Museum if you have a little one that enjoys boats and ships.
Not sure where to start? Look at the home page for key links to Museum of Childhood exhibitions, displays, activities, events and collections information.
This extension of the V&A Museum features endless toys and child-friendly displays and activities.
Forty Hall is a manor house of the 1620s in Forty Hill in Enfield, north London. The house, a Grade I listed building, is today used as a museum by the London Borough ...
This historical home is family-focused and teaches children what it was like to live in the 17th century through activities and exhibits.
Just need to get some energy out before eating or doing something else that requires sitting or being quiet? This 7-acre park will do it for all ages.
If you're in London with bigger kids, let them climb and test their skill on the structures at the Jubilee Gardens.