With Prince Harry’s wedding only a few months away, another royal baby expected this spring and the growing popularity of the television series The Crown, one of London’s most iconic landmarks is seeing a rebirth in interest among visitors: Buckingham Palace. Yet it remains elusive to many parents, both because it is only open 10…
‘They’re changing guards at Buckingham Palace, Christopher Robin went down with Alice …’ as AA Milne, Winnie the Pooh’s creator wrote.
With its enchanting parks, picturesque palaces and quirky pantomimes shows, London has and will always be a magical place for children to explore. If you only have a few days in the capital with toddlers in tow, here is my top five list of things to do with toddlers in London:
This summer we took our kids to London for a week. We have fabulous memories, and with four young kids, we quickly figured out what works and what doesn’t. With that perspective in mind, I put together comprehensive tips for PeterGreenberg.com, A Traveling Mom’s Tips for Visiting London With Kids.
London is an amazing city and a great starting point for families wanting to experience an international destination for the first time.