London in November with tweens?

(5 Posts)
redskytonight Wed 05-Oct-16 10:57:07

We are planning a day trip to London in November with our 2 DC who are 12 and 10. We live just over an hour away, so will have a good chunk of the day to fill. We love the NHM and Science Museum but have done them to death over the years so looking for something else that will capture their interest. DS is keen on going to Tate Britain as he went with school and enjoyed it, but I suspect that won't take the whole day. We're expecting it will be cold so don't want too much outdoor stuff so that rules out too much being in a park.

Interested in "different" suggestions that will work with these ages?
TIA

franksidebottom Wed 05-Oct-16 13:50:21

How about sky garden. It's free to go but you do have to book tickets online, my kids really enjoy it.

Macarena1990 Wed 05-Oct-16 13:54:45

Brick Lane market and the Cereal Killer Cafe??

mouldycheesefan Fri 07-Oct-16 09:23:42

London eye
Tower of London
Harrods
South bank
Covent Garden
Camden
Museum of London
Olympic park
Emirates cable car
Greenwich and cutty sark
See a show
Ice skating if it's open in november

hyperhypermum Tue 25-Oct-16 23:51:35

Globe Theatre tour?
Tower Bridge Experience (glass floor!). Think you can still get a combo ticket to climb The Monument.
Agree Greenwich worth a trip if you've not been (go by Thames Clipper from South Bank)

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