where should i go in london with ds?

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jmh740 Tue 27-Jun-17 16:44:27

Ive just booked two nights in a Travelodge in Walthamstow in august for myself and 10 year old DD any suggestions of things we can see and do? I would like to maybe see a show and she would like to go to tussauds. does anyone have any recommendations of things we can do we have never been before.

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Caulkheadupnorf Tue 27-Jun-17 16:46:31

See what's on at the Tate modern/wellcome collection/national gallery? Walk along the Thames, science museum, V&A, national history museum?

MrsD79 Tue 27-Jun-17 16:51:17

Southbank in the evening is lovely just by westminster. Covent garden in the day. Hyde park. Museums. Tussads is just a wind up you will spend more time queueing up. Westfield shopping. Harrods? Buckingham palace. Big ben? Parliament? Mi5? London bridge? The time will go very fast so do your research and plan your days. Have fun!

jmh740 Tue 27-Jun-17 17:07:26

I know it will go really fast that's why I want some sort of plan rather than wandering around aimlessly lol. I'm really looking forward to it ds is off to cub camp so I thought it would be an ideal time to spend some time with dd.im trying to persuade her not to go to tussauds.

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Caulkheadupnorf Tue 27-Jun-17 18:11:10

I wouldn't do tussards. It'll be really busy and you'll spend all the time queuing to get in.

SomeOtherFuckers Tue 27-Jun-17 18:33:33

Does he like Harry Potter? Studio tour!
The national history museum is great - especially the geological section x

WreckTangled Tue 27-Jun-17 18:40:19

She will love Matilda if you can get tickets for that it's brilliant!

Tower of London? Afternoon tea somewhere posh or ice cream in harrods? So many lovely things to do smile

TapStepBallChange Tue 27-Jun-17 18:42:43

Have a look on the kids week website, they do free children's tickets for some west end shows in august, there might be some tickets left. We got a good deal for horrible histories

WreckTangled Tue 27-Jun-17 18:51:12

We're going to horrible histories too!

jmh740 Tue 27-Jun-17 22:30:29

I've just booked tickets for wicked. It's been an expensive day lol

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SwearyBerry Tue 27-Jun-17 22:42:09

Open top bus tour round the tourist sights, or boat trip on the river. The tower. Greenwich (ships, observatory etc...). My DD loves taking the DLR down there ( no driver at the front of the train, so can sit looking out the front windows, great view of Canary Wharf, the dome etc)

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