Kid-Friendly Activities in London this Easter

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Kid-Friendly Activities in London this Easter
Struggling to think of ways to entertain the kids this Easter?
Don't worry - we've got a few ideas up our sleeves!

There are plenty of kid-friendly activities in London; all you need is a little pre-planning and you can have a stress-free kid-focused weekend away AND save yourself a bit of money. Here are our top London attractions for a weekend away with children... 

The London Cluster Ticket

The London Cluster Ticket has been specifically designed to incorporate activities that little kids and big kids alike will enjoy. Visit 3, 5 or 6 of London’s biggest kid-friendly attractions and save up to 52% off the gate price, when you book in advance. Here are the amazing attractions you can visit using your Cluster Card…

Madame Tussauds

Get up close to stars that your kids will love, such as Zoella, ET, The Incredible Hulk, Spiderman, Kim Kardashian and One Direction among many more incredible celebrities. There are more than 14 themed areas and 300 lifelike wax figures to discover at the interactive and immersive Madame Tussauds London. But that’s not all – you’ll also get access to the new Star Wars exhibition, which features 16 heroes and villains from the famous Star Wars universe - the dream for any young Star wars fans.

The Coca-Cola London Eye


London Eye


This world-famous wheel needs almost no introduction – it’s the best way to see London from up high! 32 high-tech glass capsules rotate at just the right speed to allow you and the kids to take in spectacular views of London, including Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and The Shard. Interactive tablets allow children to get involved in the action by zooming in on landmarks they can see as they make their way round the wheel. 


SEA Life London Aquarium is the perfect place for children to explore the wonders of the magical underwater world of our oceans. Spot rare green sea turtles, jellyfish, rays and 600 other beautiful species of marine life. There’s plenty for children to learn as well, as they are taught about conservation and marine life in an interactive and immersive environment.  

Shrek’s Adventure

Little ones in particular will love the bright and colourful Shrek’s Adventure, where the world of Shrek comes to life! There are no less than 10 laugh-out-loud shows for you and the children to enjoy, all themed around the Shrek film franchise. Make sure you don’t miss out on a dose of cheekiness from the loveable Donkey!

The London Dungeons

Be dragged back in time (kicking and screaming!) to the most gruesome parts of London's history at The London Dungeons attraction. Be warned - there are surprises waiting round every turn, not to mention the chance to get involved and take the plunge into London's spooky past yourself! 

You can choose to visit between 3-4 of these exciting attractions with The London Cluster Ticket selection and experience them at your own pace over 90 days. Prices start from just £35 per child, £50 for adults.  





Be the most popular parent in town after taking your kids to the crazy world of KidZania, where children can live out their dream of being a firefighter, pop-star or even a pilot! There are more than 60 different role-playing activities for the kids to try out, as well as more than 75,000 square feet of themed fun to explore. The kids will love the exciting activities on offer, which give them an insight into the exciting world of being a grown up.

After a trip to KidZania, treat the whole family to a meal at Pizza Express Westfield, which is included in your entrance ticket. Each member of the family can choose from a classic pizza and dessert from the extensive menu at the restaurant, which is located close to the attraction. With this ticket, there's no fuss, as your day's actiavity and your food are taken care of. 

Matilda the Musical



The loveable (and not so loveable!) characters of Roald Dahl’s much-adored book come to life in this exciting musical written by Dennis Kelly and comedian Tim Minchin. The kids will be mesmerised by the dips and turns of this exciting story we all know and love – from the terrifying Miss Trunchball to the sweet songs of Miss Honey’s class alike. However, this is something that not just the kids will enjoy, as everyone can remember their first Roald Dahl book – even the parents among us!

The musical runs from Tuesday to Saturday at the Cambridge Theatre and you can book tickets here.

To browse all the fun things you can do in London for easter weekend, click here.

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