Things to do for Kids & Families
Beasts of London Museum of London 5 April 2019 - 5 January 2020
Beasts of London explores the fascinating role animals have played in shaping the capital. Be guided through time, from the Roman era through Medieval London and right up to present day, narrated by the beasts themselves. Discover how animals – from lions and elephants, to horses, rats and pigeons – have shaped the city and its beastly history. Some of these creatures might sound a bit familiar, too: Kate Moss, Brian Blessed, Pam Ferris, Nish Kumar, Stephen Mangan, Angellica Bell and Joe Pasquale voice some of the animals featured in the show.Inspired by objects in our collection and created in partnership with Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Beasts of London is a fully immersive digital installation using video projection mapping. You'll walk through theatrical sets in which stories will be told through dramatic audio-visual presentations. You'll also discover some objects on display.
The Arch Climbing Wall – Building 1+
Where there was once an old biscuit factory, you’ll now find a crazy room full of walls you can climb. And, right around the corner, you’ll find another, similar looking room that was once home to Damien Hirst and Charles Saatchi’s art studios. Find out about memberships and beginner and refresher lessons.
On Tooley Street is the Unicorn Theatre, one of the UK’s best children’s theatres. The award-winning theatre has activities planned around the year for everyone. Ticket prices start from £8 only.
Tower of London
Explore 1000 years of history at London’s iconic castle and World Heritage Site. See the Crown Jewels, take a legendary Yeoman Warder tour and meet the ravens.
Discover the stories behind the engineering, the people, the architecture and the city that built Tower Bridge.
Tower Millenium Bridge
The 325m long London Millennium Footbridge, opened on June 10th 2000, links Tate Modern with the City of London and St Paul’s Cathedral. It had been over 100 years, since the construction of Tower Bridge, that central London had been provide with a new walkway across the River Thames. Although the bridge is designed to support up to 5,000 people, initial problems were caused when it first opened when thousands crossed together and set up vibrations which resulted in the bridge swaying sideways. It was closed until 2002 while dampers were installed which prevented the movement, but the bridge is still also affectionately known as the wobbly bridge.
The River Red Rover is all-day hop on, hop off Thames river pass offering unlimited access to the river for 24 hours. You can hop on and hop off at any one of four piers, with open passage on any City Cruises sightseeing boats for a full day spent exploring the sights of the Thames.
Families at b2
Mum and Dad receive 15% off food in b2 At Home, kids under 12 years of age stay, and eat, for free - and now your pet will stay for free as well! We have a number of family rooms that sleep 2 adults and 2 kids on a sofa bed, as well as inter-connecting rooms if your kids are a bit older, or there are more of you.