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what's good for a toddler and a baby near Marylebone in London?

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Reiltin Wed 13-Jan-16 07:23:14

We're going to be in London on Saturday and our train comes into Marylebone. Are there any parks / museums / spaces around there that are good for little ones? Thanks!

Provencalroseparadox Wed 13-Jan-16 07:24:28

Regent's Park and London Zoo

VocationalGoat Wed 13-Jan-16 07:36:23

Yes, as mentioned, Regent's Park and the zoo. Even without the zoo, the park has several little playgrounds and loads of open space. I was just there with my two younger ones the other day. Regent's Park is gorgeous.

sleepwhenidie Wed 13-Jan-16 07:38:40

Even closer (small and sweet) is Paddington St Gardens, just behind Marylebone High St.

Reiltin Wed 13-Jan-16 09:45:52

That's brilliant - thanks! Any indoor places if it gets a bit cold? Any kid-friendly cafes / restaurants?

howabout Wed 13-Jan-16 09:51:23

Paddington Street Gardens is great for little ones. Loads of shops and cafes round about too.

sleepwhenidie Wed 13-Jan-16 10:07:04

Best for kids is a Giraffe on James St (just off Marylebone High St) - also there's Patisserie Valerie, a Strada, Pain Quotidien on the main drag, all child friendly smile.

sleepwhenidie Wed 13-Jan-16 10:11:09

Hmm - just seen that Giraffe is now called Burgers & Cocktails but it still looks like a good choice, kids menu etc!

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