Traveling internationally with children can be a daunting task to parents. But if London is the destination that has you worried, there isn’t much need to be concerned about traveling to Great Britain’s capital with children. From massive museums and parks, to glorious castles and palaces, plenty of royal charm, and a bird’s-eye view of it all, London with children isn’t a chore to be dreaded. London with children is a magical trip to be cherished. Here are five ways to experience London with children.
I’m not really a fan of attractions everyone says are “must do’s.” Well, that’s not exactly accurate. I’m all for historic sites like the Roman Forum or architectural wonders like walking the Brooklyn Bridge.
But there are lots of “must-do” experiences I can do without. Maybe it’s the contrarian in me. Yeah, that is a big part of it, actually.
For example, I’ve been to New York City three times and have yet to visit the Statue of Liberty. I’ve seen it from a distance, and that’s good enough. There are too many other great experiences in New York to spend a few hours taking a ferry to Liberty Island to see a statue I’ve seen many times from a distance.
Honestly, it’s probably a visit best saved for a visit with my son. And that thinking is what brought me to the London Eye for the first time on my most recent visit to the British capital.