Fun tour of London for children
How about a fairytale day devoted to children’s exploring and learning needs? We’ve spotted some of the most entertaining museums where little ones will be amused while taught about wonders of the world. From dinosaurs to wax models of famous people, this fun tour will suit every child’s need of knowledge and adventure at the same time. It would be a shame to miss this opportunity!
- Private driver
- No hidden charges – price includes all taxes
- Pick-up: Any London Hotel Lobby or Residence
- Drop-off: Any London Hotel Lobby or Residence
- Departure Time: 9:00 am/ Flexible
- Arrival Time: 17:00 pm/ Flexible
- Thames cruise (river sightseeing can be part of the itinerary, please enquire)
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- British Museum
- Hunterian Museum
- Natural History Museum
- Madame Tussauds
The Mummies of ancient Egypt, Giants and Dinosaurs!
You will see the fun aspects of museums, such as ‘Ginger’, a 5000-year-old mummified body at the British Museum. The British Museum has many secrets to be discovered, including treasure from an ancient 7th Century ship burial. Could this be the remains of King Arthur’s tomb? Or that of a great and powerful local King? Was JRR Tolkien, author of ‘The Lord of the Rings’, inspired by the objects here? You will find out more of the mysteries of the British Museum on your visit.
Stop at Lincoln’s Inn and take a ten minute walk through the square. Tour the Hunterian Museum with an incredible collection of 18th and 19th Century surgical equipment and human anatomy, including the skeleton of an Irish giant. The Hunterian is one of London’s fascinating little secrets.
Come face to face with a tyrannosaurus rex! Luckily, this t-rex is a life sized animatronic model at the Natural History Museum! With 60 teeth and 12 metres in length, it makes our existing large animals such as elephants look tiny!
The museum has superb paleontology, zoology and entomology galleries where you can see some of the largest creatures on the planet. You will have the opportunity to learn how to make whale noises and see a life size model of a blue whale, the largest creature to have ever lived! See animals which are now extinct such as the Dodo bird and obviously dinosaurs!
Madame Tussauds – Wax portraits of famous and infamous world figures on display in such settings as The Garden Party and the Grand Hall. There is also the renowned Chambers of Horrors, recreating some of the gory scenes of crime and punishment from London’s dark history.
You will also see London’s famous sights on route.