There's nothing like watching your kid's eyes widen in fascination – and that's exactly what'll happen when you introduce them to these super-cool London exhibits. Everyone knows that museum displays are more fun when they're hands-on.
RECOMMENDED: Summer holidays in London
3 family-friendly museum exhibits
Go deeper underground with a journey through London’s 100-year-old postal railway. A perennial classic of our city’s museum experiences, there’s something about riding a very small train that just never gets old.
£16, £9 child (includes exhibition access).
For more intrepid youngsters, head to the National Maritime Museum’s Ahoy! Gallery (under-sevens) where you can steer an icebreaker through the Arctic seas via an interactive game (make sure there are no polar bears having a nap, eh?).
Free, £3 weekends and school holidays.
Is there a better way to learn about science than playing on a slide? Found in the Forces zone of the brilliant Wonderlab: The Equinor Gallery, kids can learn about friction by how fast they whoosh from top to bottom.
£9, £7.20 child.