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Unicorn Theatre
May 24, 2016
Set in a magnificent award winning building you will find the Unicorn Theatre on the banks of the London Borough of Southwark. We love this inspiring place for children. They have wonderful productions on and each half term they are crammed with fun events for the young. They even have a place for fun birthday ...
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CENTRAL LONDON
The London Eye
March 30, 2011
We took the kids to the London Eye a few weeks ago and it was a huge hit! It's funny how sometimes these really 'touristy' things are actually quite nice to do (I feel the same way about the Bus Tour).  Anyway, it's a fun way to see the sprawling city (25 miles, actually), and ...
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CENTRAL LONDON
The British Museum
July 25, 2010
The British Museum, founded in 1753, is dedicated to the history of the world's different cultures. The collection includes a large and impressive section devoted to ancient Egypt, and it is here where you will find the famous Rosetta Stone, treasures from Tutankhamun's tomb, a piece of the Sphinx's nose, impressive Eqyptian sculptures, and real ...
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NORTH LONDON
Tricycle Theatre
May 29, 2010
The Tricycle Theatre, located in Kilburn (North London), is a publicly subsidized performing arts venue most well known its ground-breaking, politically charged performances. They specialise in presenting plays which reflect and promote the cultural diversity of its community.  The venue includes both a large theatre and a 300-seat cinema as well as smaller studios for ...
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CENTRAL LONDON
The London Duck Tours
April 14, 2010
It's not until friends or family visit that you think to go to some of the more obvious places the Capital has to offer. I love those weekends when I become a tourist in my own home – I’m constantly surprised by how much fun some of our ‘tourist’ attractions are. Over the years we’ve ...
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Kew Gardens
March 17, 2010
When the girls asked me to write for Babyccino one of my first ideas for a post was Kew Gardens. We got to know the Royal Botanical Gardens when we moved down South and immediately became members. We now go every couple of weeks and still love it just as much -- it is such ...
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Bushy Park
January 23, 2010
Bushy Park is the second largest of the Royal Parks. The park and in particular the grand promenade 'Chestnut Avenue' that runs through the centre of it, were designed by Sir Christopher Wren (of St. Paul's Cathedral fame) as the entrance to Hampton Court Palace (more on the palace soon). The park is also a ...
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The Polka Theatre
January 19, 2010
Did I ever tell you I wanted to be an actress when I was a kid? I know, I know, it isn't such a strange ambition but I was pretty serious and headed off to stage school when I was 11 to learn my craft. Somewhere along the way stage-fright took over and I decided ...
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Tate Modern
November 25, 2009
I haven't been to the Tate Modern since having kids and I think I had forgotten how cool it is! I also completely underestimated how much my kids would like it. Interestingly, I think kids are really attracted to the vibrant colors, the huge paintings, 'bizarre' objects, etc. In some ways, it's the kind of ...
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Kew Bridge Steam Museum
November 12, 2009
I have a 3-year-old boy, a 34-year-old husband and a 60-year-old father and they all love this Sunday afternoon activity: a ride on London’s only working Steam Engine. The Kew Bridge Steam Museum is open every day except Mondays and is great to marvel at various engines and locomotives. But the real fun is taking ...
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CENTRAL LONDON
Bugs, Frogs and Fish at the London Zoo...
October 23, 2008
The ZSL London Zoo is not largest zoo I've ever seen, nor does it have a very impressive range of large animals (no elephants or rhinos, etc.). But, for a zoo in the middle of such a dense city like London, the zoo does exactly as it should: it places emphasis on the smaller creatures ...
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Natural History Museum
August 7, 2008
It is a marvel of a museum, a truly beautiful building with extraordinary exhibits. The Natural History Museum here in London first opened its doors in 1881, and his home to some of the most fascinating and rare objects (like the heaviest woolly mammoth tusks ever found and a skeleton of an extinct sea cow)! ...
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A week in London
February 18, 2008
Monday: Head to Lazy Daisy Café on London's famous Portobello Road for a quick lunch. They're all set up for kids, with a basket of toys and even changing tables (nappies and wipes) in the bathroom! If it's a sunny day, you can even sit outside. After lunch, walk a few blocks south on Portobello ...
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NORTH LONDON
Kentish Town City Farm
February 4, 2008
I grew up on a farm so the idea of a "city farm" seemed a bit silly to me. "Surely it couldn't be great. How can there be enough space in the middle of a city to house all those animals?" I thought there would be a few chickens, ducks (pigeons, probably) and maybe a ...
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CENTRAL LONDON
London's Transport Museum
December 10, 2007
I recently took my kids to the London Transport Museum and was really, really impressed, both with the displays and with the hands-on children's activities.  The museum, which gives a very detailed history of London's public transportation, is located in Covent Garden, right in the piazza. The museum takes you through time and shows you ...
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