Nobody (bar Mary Poppins) can pluck fun out of thin air, so there's no harm in looking for a little help when it comes to entertaining your family. We've gathered the best activities for children in London to make sure your little ones are kept captivated all week long.
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Global Streets sees three immersive events burst into the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, providing entertainment for visitors of all ages during the Greenwich + Docklands International Festival. 'Tangle' invites families to create a large installation by weaving elastic together in a gigantic web.Read more
This new attraction themed around cinema's best-loved ogre and his sidekicks will open on July 1, and tickets are on sale now. Take a 4D bus ride to Far Far Away, visiting familiar locations such as Shrek's swamp and the Muffin Man's house. Along the way you'll enjoy live shows and animation. At the end of your adventure you'll get the chance to meet other DreamWorks characters from the worlds of 'Madagascar', 'Kung Fu Panda' and 'How to Train Your Dragon'.Read more
'The Tiger Who Came to Tea', has been delighting families since it was published in 1968. Discover (or rediscover) her most famous books by having tea with a life-size tiger or curling up with a book in Mog's basket. Storytelling takes place daily at 10.30am.Read more
This street party marks the end of the Hampstead Summer Festival (June 20 to July 5), a two-week charity event organised to raise funds for Age UK Camden and Keats community library. Family entertainment on the day will include chess, dancing, sports and street entertainment. The festival stages will host local musical, theatre and dance talents. There'll be a fun fair and Heath Street will be lined with food, drink and craft stalls.Read more