Travelling in London with kids: Fares, Tickets and Advice

Travelling in London with kids: Fares, Tickets and Advice

by Ren Nair
Last Update: 19 Oct 2023

When planning a family trip to London…

…one of the things you’ll be thinking about is how are we going to get around London, and, how travelling in London with kids works.
You’re probably asking yourself what fares children need to pay on London´s public transport and you may even want to know how to use London´s public transport with a buggy.

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• Children´s fares when travelling in London
• Travelling from the airport to central London
• Travelling in London with a buggy

Travelling in London with kids: Fares and transport passes

When travelling in London with kids it is important to know that children will pay different fares on London´s transport depending on their age. There are transport passes for children, and these transport passes will be valid for London´s underground network, buses, DLR, overground and trains within London travel zones.

Children under 11 years of age

Children under the age of 11 travel free on London´s buses and trams, with or without an adult, at any time, and don’t need a ticket.
Children under the age of 11 also travel free on London Underground, DLR (Docklands Light Railway), overground and TFL rail without a ticket if they’re accompanied by a paying adult. Up to 4 children can travel for free with an adult that has a valid ticket.
When entering the London underground with children under the age of 11, it’s advisable to use the larger access doors. These doors are wider and don´t close as fast as the single doors and are designed for people travelling in London with kids, those with luggage or disabled passengers.

Visiting attractions with kids?

Keetoo stands out as one of the top choices for families seeking days out in London, offering substantial savings on gate prices while providing seamless access through the convenience of your phone. With everything stored digitally and total flexibility, Keetoo ensures hassle-free and enjoyable days out with the kids. Simply choose the places you wish to visit, who’s going with you and up pops the saving and you’re on your way!

Children from 11 to 16 years of age

Children between the ages of 11 and 16 can travel at a reduced rate on London´s public transport. There are several options and to make it simple, we’re going to summarise these below.
Children from 11 to 16 years old can also travel with an adult Oyster card or travel card if necessary. But bear in mind, they’ll not benefit from reduced rates on travel.

Option 1: Oyster card with Young Visitor Discount

This is a great option if you’re planning on travelling in London with kids. An Oyster card with young visitor discount will apply half adult rates for 14 days. After 14 days this discount will expire, and the Oyster card will charge full adult rates again. The Oyster card can also be returned at the end of your trip, just like a normal Oyster card.

All you need to do is buy an Oyster card or a Visitor Oyster card, either online or at an underground station, and then ask a member of staff to set the Young Visitor Discount. This discount can be applied at any underground station in London, including the underground station at Heathrow Airport. An adult will need to give their personal details to register the Oyster card before the discount can be applied, and you might be asked to confirm the child´s age.
You and your child will need to be together when asking for the Young Visitor Discount to be set onto an Oyster card, and an adult can request the young visitor discount to be set for up to 4 children (on separate Oyster cards).

Option 2: Zip Oyster Photocard

The Zip Oyster photocard will entitle children of up to 16 years of age to reduced fares on the underground and overground and other TFL services, as well as free travel on trams and buses. The Zip Oyster photocard is normally the best option for children that live in London, as the process to get an Oyster photocard for a child can take some time and there’s an initial registration fee of up to £20 – so this is normally not the best option for visitors.

You can get a Zip Oyster photocard if you live in London, all you need to do is fill in a form that you will find at your local Post Office and return it to the Post Office. You will also need to include a passport sized photo and a copy of the birth certificate or passport and pay the fee. You should get the Zip Oyster photocard in 2 weeks.

If you’re a UK resident, you’ll need to do the process online on TFL’s website and you should get the Zip Oyster photocard within 4 weeks.

If you live outside the UK you will need to do the process online on TFL’s website. When applying, you’ll need to choose which London Visitor Centre (Liverpool Street Station, Victoria Station, Euston, Gatwick, King’s Cross station) you want to collect the Zip Oyster photocard from, as it will not be sent to your home address. You’ll need to apply at least 3 weeks in advance but can also apply up to three months in advance.

Option 3: 1 Day Child Travelcard

A one-day child travelcard will allow unlimited travel at any time of the day on any form of public transport in London for the chosen London travel zones. No ID is needed to purchase this one-day child travelcard, but fares using an Oyster card with young visitor discount are normally cheaper. If you’re visiting London for several days and choose this option you’ll have to buy a one-day child travelcard for each day, and this will work out a lot more expensive than using an Oyster card with young visitor discount.

Option 4: 7 Day Child Travelcard

To buy a 7-day child travelcard in London there are 3 options: 1 – By adding a weekly travelcard into a Zip Oyster photocard. This is undoubtedly the most complicated option, as you need to request a Zip Card Oyster photocard first and then add the 7-day travelcard onto it. 2 – Buy a 7-day child travelcard online. This is probably the easiest way of getting one, as you do not need a Zip Oyster photocard and they will send it to your home address before you travel. 3 – Buy a 7-day child travelcard at a national railway ticket office (not an underground station).

People 16 to 18 years old

People aged 16 to 18 can also apply for a 16 – 18 Zip Oyster photocard, which will apply half adult rates on any form of public transport in London. Travelcards at a reduced price can also be added onto Zip Oyster photocards.
For more information about travelling in London with kids visit: Transport for London.

Travelling in London with kids: Travelling to Central London from the airport
Stansted, Luton and Gatwick airports are all located outside London’s Travel Zones, so fares when travelling with kids to and from these airports are different to fares when travelling in London with kids, so under 11-year old children will need a ticket.

An Oyster card is valid for travel into Central London from Gatwick Airport, but children under 11 will also need a train ticket to get to central London from Gatwick Airport, even if they are accompanied by an adult.

Heathrow and London City Airports are both inside London Travel Zones, so fares are as explained above. Children under 11 travel free and Children under 16 can travel with an Oyster card with young visitor discount.

Travelling in London with a buggy

If you are planning a trip with a baby or toddler, it may be that you wish to bring your buggy or stroller to London, especially if you’re planning on spending the whole day walking around London.

Travelling in London with a buggy can be quite easy if you know which route is best, or it can be a complete nightmare if you have to go up or down 300 steps when there are no lifts.

Don’t stress, we’re going to explain how to travel on London´s public transport with a buggy.

Travelling on London´s buses with a buggy

Public buses in London have a dedicated wheelchair and buggy space as well as easy street-level access. Travelling by bus with a buggy normally is the easiest option to get around London. You can enter the bus via the back door, which makes it a bit easier too. Up to two pushchairs are allowed in the dedicated buggy space on a bus but do bear in mind that during busy periods you may be asked to wait for the next bus or collapse your pushchair.

Travelling on the London Underground with a buggy

The trick to travelling in London with kids using a pushchair is to check London´s accessible underground map in advance and choose your route carefully. Being able to plan your route choosing accessible stations makes life much easier, and it may just mean that you need to get off at the next stop and walk 5 minutes, rather than having to take a buggy and a baby up 100 steps.

Unfortunately, not all underground stations in London are accessible. Most underground stations in London will have escalators, and many stations will also have some stairs at some point before reaching the platform. Many other stations have lifts to some of the platforms, and some stations are completely accessible, with lifts from the ticket office to the platform.

If you need help going up or down the stairs and you ask a member of staff for help, for health and safety reasons they will ask you to carry the baby and they will take the buggy for you.

London Underground Accessibility Maps

On the London Underground map, you will see that accessible underground stations are marked with the symbol of a wheelchair, in either a blue circle or a white circle.

• Blue circle: the underground station is fully accessible, which means that it is possible to go from street-level onto the underground carriage without any steps at all. In these cases, the platform will have an area that is slightly elevated to avoid any steps when getting onto the train.

• White circle: this means that there are no steps from street-level to platform, but there is some unevenness when getting onto the train. This is important for someone using a wheelchair, but it normally isn´t a problem when taking a buggy onto the train.

In addition to this map, there’s a Step Free Tube Map that is a lot more detailed and the one we’d recommend you check when travelling on the London Underground with a buggy. This map highlights the degree of accessibility at each station in detail and it also explains how accessible it is to change between underground lines at different stations.

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      Affordable UK days out ideas on a budget

      Affordable UK days out ideas on a budget

      by Ren Nair
      Last Update: 17 July 2023

      Let’s face it,

      every penny counts at the moment, and with the cost of living crisis only just beginning, a trip out might be the last thing on your mind. But a day out doesn’t have to cost the earth. Here are our tips on how to have fun this summer on a budget.

      Head to the Beach

      We might not all live by a beach, but with over 1500 to choose from you’re bound to find one that you can get to for a bit of summer sun (or rain!).

      The UK boasts some stunning coastline from Cornwall to Norfolk, Devon to Northumberland and the best thing about the beach is that building a sandcastle, going for a swim or sunbathing won’t cost you a thing.

      We can’t promise you the best of weather but a day trip to a beach is an affordable alternative to an expensive package holiday abroad.

      Travel by National Express from London to Bournemouth (one day return): £20.50

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      Explore a Museum for free

      There are plenty of free museums to visit up and down the UK. Incorporating a museum stop into your holiday itinerary can really help in making your trip out more affordable, especially if you take a packed lunch with you to have afterward.

      There are too many free museums to mention here but if you haven’t already been we would really recommend The Natural History Museum (London), the National Museum of Scotland (Edinburgh), the V&A Museum of Childhood (London) and The World Museum (Liverpool) to get you started.


      Book a Cinema trip

      There’s nothing like the cinema, and even I have to admit that watching something from home just isn’t the same as on the big screen.

      This summer why not enjoy the latest blockbusters with surround sound, a bucket of popcorn, and some much-needed time away from your phone.

      Cinema trips can seem like a lot of money, but not if you know where to look for the best prices. have tickets available for as little as six pounds, and if you share your popcorn with someone else you can be looking at an afternoon or evening out for just over a tenner.

      Vue cinema tickets (£6 London £8) when you first top up your account with Keetoo.

      P.S Every time you top up with Keetoo you get free Kredits so if an adult tops up £40 you get extra Kredits, for free, which you can use to book another trip.

      Enjoy a Picnic

      The best thing about a picnic outside is that it can be anything you want it to be. Scones, cream and strawberries with some fizz? Yep, Homemade sandwiches and tea? Check! A packet of crisps and a can of pop? Of course!

      With funds as tight as they are for many at the moment, you might start to get cabin fever if you feel like every time you go out you can’t spend any money. But a picnic outdoors might be the exact thing you need to get away from the stresses and pressures of our world at the moment.

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      Take a Bike ride

      And if you don’t have a bike? Take a scooter, and if you don’t have a scooter? Go for a walk! When it comes to making the most of summer every second outside counts.

      Dusting off your old bike and heading out for an afternoon of sun, nature and exercise is a fun and free way to spend your time.


      Walk the London Southbank

      If you’re someone who loves to stroll then a walk down the Southbank in London is a great (and cheap!) way to while away a summer afternoon.

      It’s amazing to think that just one strip of London can offer so much to see. From views of Tower Bridge and HMS Belfast to The Globe Theatre and The London Eye, plus the Tate Modern Gallery which is free to explore.

      There’s even a beach for those who fancy a rest along the way, although we wouldn’t recommend going for a swim in the Thames!


      Van Gogh Immersive

      In recent years immersive experiences have really taken off, growing in popularity they offer the chance to not only watch an event but LIVE it too.

      From films to board games and books there’s now an immersive experience to suit everyone’s taste, but they can be a bit on the pricey side.

      The Van Gogh Immersive Experience takes you on a deep dive into the world of one of the greatest painters ever to exist. Meditative and colourful, this experience combines 3D and 4D art installations, history, and is excellent for both young and older art enthusiasts.

      From £13 (From 13 Kredits with Keetoo)

      Enter into a Vitality Park Run

      It’s harder than ever to get motivated to keep fit. With longer days working and demands on our time growing, you may wonder where you’ll find the time to get some exercise.

      Vitality Parkrun is a weekly event across the country encouraging people to get fit by taking part in running activities in local parks and community spaces.

      Since its creation, there have been over 200,000 Parkruns with 5k events being held on Saturday mornings and 2k events for children up to the age of 14 on Sundays. And the best thing about it? It’s free to enter and always will be!


      Welcome to our Blog!

      Hi, I’m Ren, a travel lover a mum of 2 and founder of Keetoo, a  leading website and app for tickets for days out.
      On this blog, I share our family travel experiences with practical information, pictures and useful tips!

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          The Queen's Platinum Jubilee 2022

          The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 2022

          by Ren Nair
          Last Update: 17 July 2023

          On the 9th of September in 2015, Queen Elizabeth II became the longest-reigning monarch and now, in 2022, she will celebrate her Platinum Jubilee.
          If you’ve had a tradition of watching the Queen on your TV giving speeches at Christmas time, or you like to keep up with her public appearances throughout the year, then you’ll want to celebrate this event.
          But, how can you get involved and honour the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee? Are there specific events you can attend?
          For those people interested in celebrating the Queen, this article is for you! Keep reading to find out more about this marvellous event.

          Queen Elizabeth II and Her Life

          Queen Elizabeth II was crowned when she was twenty-seven years old. Since then, she has served Britain for decades and continues to hold her place in the royal palace today.
          In 2016, she also celebrated her 90th birthday and has already held her diamond jubilee in 2012. Now, you might be wondering, with all these milestones why is it important to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee?
          Considering no other monarch has ever reached their Platinum Jubilee this is truly a once in a lifetime event!

          Historically, jubilees have been celebrated with fireworks, feasts, and special processions. This event has existed since the 1300s so it’s an essential part of British culture.
          The good news is, you don’t need to travel to Buckingham Palace to be able to celebrate this big event. There are hundreds of street parties planned across the country, and you can host an intimate family party as well. If you’re looking for ways to get involved in the Jubilee 2022 then the next section has everything you need.

          1. The Queen’s Birthday Parade

          On the first day of the holiday, there will be a huge birthday parade with 1,400 parading soldiers, 200 horses, and 400 musicians. This is by far one of the most visually striking events of the whole celebration!
          Normally, this parade will be broadcast on TV so you’ll be able to watch it with your friends and family at home.

          2. Service of Thanksgiving

          On Friday the 3rd of June there is the Service of Thanksgiving. This event is less extravagant and is held in St Paul’s Cathedral.

          3. Platinum Party at the Palace

          Of course, no party is complete without some music. Therefore, on the 4th of June, there will be a live concert at Buckingham Palace. The great thing about this event is that members of the public will be able to attend.
          The details of these tickets will be released closer to the time so you can keep an eye out online for more details!

          4. The Big Jubilee Lunch

          The final event is held on the last day of the Jubilee weekend, which is on Sunday the 5th of June. This is the best time to get involved in this milestone and honour the Queen.
          You can mark this occasion with your community by hosting a street party, organising a BBQ, or having a small picnic with loved ones. It doesn’t need to be big; you can even have a takeaway with your family!
          Besides the official events that are taking place, there are other personal ways you can do something extra special for this big day.

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          Personal Ideas for Celebrating the Jubilee

          As the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee will be a public holiday, why not treat yourself?
          You can pick your favourite restaurant and take your friends or family out for a big meal. Afterwards, you can go home and watch the live concert on the TV.
          Alternatively, you can plan an afternoon tea party and decorate your home with bunting and lovely accessories to mark this amazing event. There are many online sellers and shops that will sell decorations for the Jubilee.
          But, if you want to do something a little more adventurous then you can take a trip to London and soak up the atmosphere near Buckingham Palace!

          Take a Trip to London

          There’s nothing better than being in London during the Queen’s Jubilee. Everyone is in a lovely mood and the streets are alive with people partying and celebrating the Queen.
          If you can, it’s the perfect opportunity to visit the London Eye or see the crown jewels. As long as you book in advance you can have a great time exploring the streets of London when the Jubilee is taking place.
          When it comes to spending for the Jubilee you’ll want to have some flexibility. Especially if you want to grab something at a local market or get food at a stall.

          Therefore, the app Keetoo is ideal for celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. You can keep track of spending and enjoy the event without paying the consequences afterwards.
          Plan in advance, use the Keetoo app, and make the most of the bank holiday! By coming together with your community and honouring an important public figure that has done so much for the country, you will feel part of your community.
          Plus, it’s a nice excuse to dress up and treat your loved ones.
          What could be better?

          Don’t Let Planning Ruin the Celebration

          With a big event like the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee coming up this year on top of school holidays, birthdays, and other family occasions, it can be hard to book all the events in advance.
          Thankfully, the Keetoo app is the solution for busy people who want to visit attractions and plan a trip like going to London to visit Buckingham Palace. All you need is your phone and you’re ready!
          It’s also a great way to check opening times and compare prices. In other words, it’s everything you need for celebrating the Jubilee in one app.
          Take a look today and see for yourself.

          Welcome to our Blog!

          Hi, I’m Ren, a travel lover a mum of 2 and founder of Keetoo, a  leading website and app for tickets for days out.
          On this blog, I share our family travel experiences with practical information, pictures and useful tips!

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              30 Things to do in London with kids

              30 Things to do in London with kids

              by Ren Nair
              Last Update: 17 July 2023

              Visiting London with kids is an unforgettable experience,

              and when planning a trip to London with children you will want to make the most of the long list of things to do with kids that London has to offer for your little ones.

              Keep this list handy and make sure to capture their smiles when you surprise them with all the lovely things, they will discover in the greatest city of all.

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              1. Hamleys

              No matter how old they are, surprise them with a visit to London’s most famous toy store. This must be our number one plan to do in London with kids. This famous toy store was established in London over 250 years ago, and it is a paradise for kids. 6 whole levels of interactive fun as well as hundreds of toys to choose from, we just know they will not leave empty handed.

              2. London Eye

              If you are visiting London with kids, you must go on the London Eye. It is one of London’s most famous attractions, and you know they will ask to go on it when they see it. At its highest point, 135 meters, the views over London are simply spectacular, and you will undoubtedly be able to take some of the best photos of your trip from here.

              3. Take them to one of London’s Best Museums

              Who said museums were boring? Most of London’s museums are super child friendly, and the most likely thing is that they will not want to leave. Try the Natural History Museum for dinosaur fun or the Science Museum for a whole interactive world. These two museums are located right next to each other in South Kensington, but you can easily spend an entire day easily wandering around one of these museums, so make sure you have plenty of time to spend in one of these fascinating museums.

              Another highly recommended museum to visit with kids is London Transport Museum in Covent Garden, it really is a fascinating and interactive, ideal for kids.

              4. Open Top Bus Tour and River Cruise

              If it’s your first time in London with kids, an open bus-tour is a good way to easily see London’s most important landmarks and keep the children happy, especially if they have a camera of their own! You can hop-on and hop-off as many times as you wish to do so on any of their routes, and you’ll get a free river cruise for everyone, one of the best things you can do in London with kids.

              » More information: Bus Tour and Free River Cruise

              5. Kew Gardens

              If you say to your kids “We are visiting The Royal Botanic Gardens of London today” they will most likely say that they don’t want to go, as it does sound as if this place could be boring for children, but in fact, it’s one of the best places to take the kids in London and it’s one of the places where Londoners choose to take their children frequently for the day out. Not only can you tell them about all the different species of plants and look at all the different flowers, but there are several playgrounds for children and a fantastic treetop walk, making Kew Gardens a fantastic day out in London with kids. Cafes and restaurants that face a beautiful park, ideal for a picnic if the weather is nice.

              6. HMS Belfast

              Anchored on the Thames is the HMS Belfast, a fantastic ship-museum that took part in World War II. It is absolutely wonderful, and I can guarantee that it will blow their minds even if they’re not into boats. It is more suitable if you have slightly older children though, as some places can get a bit narrow and there are lots of steps. And the best thing? Children under 16 enter for free.

              7. KidZania London

              Let your kid become a firefighter, a surgeon, or the next acting sensation at KidZania London on this experience. This is the UK’s first educational entertainment experience where children can learn real-life skills in a child-sized city.

              8. Tower of London

              The Tower of London is undoubtedly one of London’s must-see attractions, and it is a good place to take the kids too. There is so much to show them here, they will in no doubt love the royal armour collection, and don’t forget to tell them the scary stories that the bloody tower has to offer, or show them the Crown Jewels… The legend of the crows is also interesting to talk to them about.

              9. Go to a Musical

              London’s theatres always have something on for kids. Some of the best musicals in London are fantastic for kids, such as the Lion King or Wicked, and they are on all year round. Adults will also love going to a musical, and with two sessions a day it is easy to pick what time suits your family best. During the Christmas period, there are also pantomimes dotted around in different theatres in London, and who does not love a Christmas panto?

              10. Shakespeare’s Globe

              When you visit the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, there is a fantastic exhibition which is great for kids, and they often have different activities available for children. It is located on the South Bank, so it can be a very entertaining visit for children during a pleasant walk alongside the river Thames.

              11. Legoland Windsor

              The Legoland theme park is an option if what you want is an unforgettable day for your little ones. A fun-filled day with more than 55 rides and attractions in one place, where the incredible LEGO models cannot be missed! As it is out of London, travelling by coach from the city centre is often the easiest way.

              12. Shrek’s Adventure

              Take your children to the Kingdom of Far Away (next to the London Eye!) for a fun filled day with Shrek and all his friends. With great reviews, this new attraction in London is already becoming one of London’s favourites.

              13. Harry Potter

              Harry Potter fans should not miss the opportunity of visiting the Warner Brothers Studios. A magical tour through the scenes of the Harry Potter films, and the opportunity to see the actual costumes worn by Harry, Ron and Hermione. You will be able to walk along Diagon Alley and ride the Hogwarts Express at Platform 9 ¾.

              14. Hyde Park

              Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens offer loads of different possibilities to spend a few hours in London with kids. You can look for the statue of Peter Pan and visiting Princess Diana’s playground is a must when visiting London with kids, there is a giant wooden pirate ship surrounded by sand, ideal if you need them to burn a bit of energy. The friendly squirrels in London’s famous parks always want something to eat, so make sure you take something suitable, such as peanuts. They will most likely eat out of children’s hands, but for safety reasons we recommend that you ask your kids to throw the food on the floor just in case!

              15. London Dungeons

              Experience the darkest side of London at the London Dungeons… A 1.5-hour tour which will take you through London’s past and give you the chance to enter Sweeney Todd’s barber shop or discover the truth about the Jack the Ripper…. You may have to run at some point, so make sure you wear good shoes! A perfect plan to get your kids adrenaline rushing!

              16. Sea Life London Aquarium

              London’s Sea Life Aquarium is located right next to the London Eye, and it is the place to admire one of the Europe’s largest collections of marine life. The whole family will have a whale of a time seeing the sharks, turtles, and tropical fish, including the famous clown fish, children’s favourite!

              17. Visit London Zoo

              London Zoo is another great thing to do in London with kids, you can spend a whole day among tigers, penguins, giraffes, elephants, exploring the reptile room or having your face painted.

              18. Visit Richmond-Upon-Thames

              Richmond Upon Thames is a fantastic place to take a break from London’s city centre. Many shops, restaurants and cafes that will keep parents happy, but also a lovely surprise when you get down to the river, with boat rides and ice-cream vans in nice weather. Richmond Park is a must if you are in the area, as deer-watching is bound to keep them entertained!

              19. Walk around Covent Garden

              This central London square is often filled with street entertainers and live music, making it a very entertaining place for the whole family. Covent Garden is also home to the London Transport Museum, one of the best places in my opinion to take the kids in London!

              20. Rainforest Cafe

              If you want a completely new and unforgettable experience you need to make a booking to eat at the Rainforest Cafe. This is certainly not a normal restaurant, as you will be sitting in the middle of the rainforest to have your meal, and lightning and thunder is on its way….

              21. M&M’s and LEGO Stores

              The giant M&M’s store is located in Leicester Square, 3 colourful levels of fun and M&M’s with the possibility of buying anything you could think of, and also of taking photos of your kids sitting in an M&M’s car, next to some of the most famous M&M’s… They will certainly not be able to leave empty-handed! And when they do leave the shop, prepare yourself, as the largest LEGO shop of the world is right opposite the M&M’s store! So… how much time do you think you will need when you visit Leicester Square?

              22. South bank

              Walking along the South Bank is one of the best ways to do some sightseeing of London as well as keeping the children entertained. From the London Eye you can walk all along the South Bank of the river Thames to Tower Bridge. As mentioned before, the Sea Life Aquarium is located next to the London Eye, as well as Shrek’s Adventure and the London Dungeons. Seasonal events, such as markets and funfairs, also take place next to the London Eye. Several child-friendly cafes and restaurants along the way will also keep you fuelled if you are spending the day out.

              23. Winter Wonderland

              During the Christmas period Winter Wonderland is a place that cannot be missed, especially if you are looking for authentic Christmas Spirit. There is something for every age range in Winter Wonderland, there are Christmas Markets, a beautiful Ice-Skating rink, a special Santa themed park for smaller children and rides and funfair attractions for older children (and adults alike!). Several food stalls will serve you anything from a filled jacket potato to a hot chocolate or a beer, and the restaurants and bars are a success for adults and office Christmas parties. You will also be able to get tickets for the Circus or for an Ice Sculpture exhibition. All of this, in Hyde Park.

              24. Regent’s Canal: Cruise and Puppet Barge

              For a relaxed day, take a stroll along Regent’s Canal and discover Little Venice. You can take the kids on a boat ride to Camden Lock, and explore Camden Lock Market, or take them to a puppet show on the Puppet Barge. Something different to do in London if you want to escape the crowds.

              25. Hire a bike

              If your kids are over 14 year old, you can hire Santander bikes for all the family and go for a ride around Hyde Park for example.

              26. Take the cable car

              The London Cable Car crosses the Thames at the famous O2, offering some impressive views over the capital. You can use your normal Oyster card too, so you don’t need to get special tickets.

              27. Free workshops at Somerset House

              On Saturday afternoons the iconic Somerset House offers free workshops for children aged 6 to 12, a perfect plan if you’re in London with kids during the weekend.

              28. Greenwich

              Spending the day at Greenwich is a perfect plan for all the family with lots of things for children to enjoy. First of all, you can explore Greenwich centre and its market, and then go for a pleasant walk along the river where you will find the famous Cutty Sark and numerous restaurants. Afterwards we recommend that you visit Greenwich Park and the Royal Observatory, the home of space and time and see the Greenwich Meridian Line.

              29. Pollock’s Toy Museum

              Pollock’s Toy Museum is the oldest toy museum in the UK. From Tin toys to dolls houses, puppets, optical toys and games from around the world. This is a museum for children but also for adults that would like to retrieve old memories!

              30. Urban farms

              We all know that children love farms, but who thought that visiting a farm was possible in London? Well, as it turns out, London has several urban farms dotted around especially for children. Their aim is for children to have a great time, but also to teach them importance of animals and agriculture. With fun workshops and activities for little ones, it is an option to have in mind if you would like some farm animal time.

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                  The Best Easter Egg Hunts in London in 2022

                  The Best Easter Egg Hunts in London in 2022

                  by Ren Nair
                  Last Update: 17 July 2023

                  We are calling all wannabee detectives!

                  It’s time to grab your magnifying glass and search for clues. Yes, it’s the season for the annual Easter egg hunt.
                  With the UK now released from the grip of the pandemic, you won’t (thankfully) have to resort to hiding chocolate in the garden this year. Instead, look further afield at what our wonderful capital city has to offer.
                  London has a wealth of exciting Easter egg hunts to offer for those looking for adventure (and, yes, maybe some chocolate, too).
                  To help you plan the perfect day out, our friends from Keetoo have put together this short guide with some of the best Easter Egg Hunts in London. In it, we’ll reveal the most interesting, highly recommended, and kid-friendly Easter egg hunts in London in 2022.
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                  Hampton Court Palace

                  No Easter egg hunt guide is complete without a Lindt gold bunny. And you’ll find Hampton Court Palace the ideal place to begin your hunt for this famous rabbit.
                  This Easter hunt is suitable for children between 4 and 12 and weaves in child-friendly historical stories from the palace into the Easter egg hunt. And you’ll also get to explore the stunning Hampton Court Gardens.
                  This event will be a popular choice for tourists and London residents looking for things to do in London with kids, so you’ll need to book in advance. On the day, the hunt should take you around an hour and a half, so allow plenty of time for your visit.
                  You can also save money on the entry price by becoming an annual member of the Royal Palaces. A year’s family membership starts at £82.
                  Address: East Molesey, Surrey, KT8 9AU

                  London Wetland Centre

                  Here are some easter egg hunts in London with a twist! In keeping with the bird theme for the Wetlands Centre, this trail will get your children looking for some very special ducks (hint: they are very bright and very yellow).
                  The wetlands are a fantastic day out for bird lovers. They have some fascinating wildlife, including the colourful mandarin duck. Children will also get a chance to participate in a feeding session or pond dipping.
                  The centre also has indoor and outdoor play areas for children with energy to spare, so it’s a good choice if the weather forecast isn’t looking great.

                  This trail is free for current members, or you can pay for a family ticket which will cost around £40.30, although children under four gain free entry.
                  Address: Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, London, SW13 9WT

                  Osterley Park

                  Osterley Park is a National Trust property, so their Easter egg event this year is ideal if you are already a member. And it’s also perfect for those of you who want to spend some time in nature while keeping the kids entertained.
                  Children will receive a colourful trail pack with a pencil and map, and there will be a chocolate reward for anyone who makes it to the end.
                  Osterley Park is a grand Georgian house with pristine gardens. In Spring, you’ll get the chance to see their fields of bluebells, or you can simply sit by the lake for a relaxing picnic.
                  There are play areas for children, including rope swings, to keep them busy after they finish the Easter hunt.
                  The trail is open from 10 am to 4 pm from 14th to 18th April 2022. The ticket for the hunt is £3 per child after the park entrance fee. A family ticket for non-members who want to visit Osterley park is £32.50 upwards.
                  Address: Jersey Road, Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 4RB

                  Kew Gardens

                  Who doesn’t love the Very Hungry Caterpillar? Your younger Easter adventurers will be full of enthusiasm for the classic book theme of this trail, set in the beautiful Kew Gardens.
                  While you won’t find eggs on this hunt, this enjoyable trail takes families through a path displayed with some fantastic sculptures that you’ll recognise from this timeless tale.
                  Adults, meanwhile, can delight in passing by the spring tulips and daffodils that brighten up the path. At the same time, your young explorers discover the ending of this story (spoiler: it’s a butterfly).
                  The Hungry Caterpillar trail is open from 2nd to 18th April 2022. Family tickets start from £25.30 (with a donation), but you’ll pay a higher price at the gate if you don’t book in advance.
                  Address: Kew, Richmond, London, TW9 3AE

                  Hogarth’s House

                  Historic Hogarth House, restored eleven years ago, is home to a vast collection of Hogarth artwork. The house also includes a learning centre and a gorgeous landscaped garden.
                  In the Mulberry garden of this famous house, children will begin a memorable day of Easter egg hunting in London.
                  This activity is great for creative minds, as children will enter the learning centre after the hunt for an arts and crafts workshop.
                  There, they will be able to decorate their eggs. And they will even get the chance to make an Easter egg basket.
                  This egg hunt happens on the 9th of April. It is for children from 5 to 11, and spaces are limited to 12 children per session. It is £15 per child, and you’ll need to book in advance.
                  Address: Hogarth’s House, Hogarth Lane, Great West Road, London W4 2QN

                  Chelsea Physic Garden

                  Explore the beauty and tranquillity of Chelsea’s physic garden and keep your children entertained during the visit with a chocolate-rewarded egg hunt.
                  The hunt takes place around the four acres of garden, and children will receive a pack with clues. It’s also an excellent opportunity for older children to learn about the botanical world.
                  The Chelsea Physic Garden is also hosting chocolate-egg-making workshops around Easter for those who want to expand the food theme.
                  The Easter egg trail is £5 per child on top of the standard admission fee. It’s open from Friday the 15th of April to Monday the 18th.
                  The Family Chocolate Workshop is slightly earlier on the 7th of April and requires advanced booking.
                  Address: 66 Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, London SW3 4HS

                  Find the Best Easter Egg Hunts in London in 2022

                  With lots of fun events around London over Easter, you won’t feel stuck for ideas on entertaining the kids.
                  We hope you enjoyed this look at the best Easter egg hunts in London in 2022. And before you go, make sure you download the Keetoo app so you can book the best attractions in the UK for less and by using just one app.

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                      10 Things to Do in Leeds for Family Outings

                      10 Things to Do in Leeds for Family Outings

                      by Ren Nair
                      Last Update: 17 July 2023

                      Did you know that…

                      …not only does Leeds have the oldest running commercial railway in the world, but it is also home to one of the biggest parks in Europe?

                      When you’re travelling with your family, it is important to plan ahead so that you can keep the kids entertained while still getting to see all the sights.

                      Whether you have plans to visit Leeds or just browsing for things to do in Leeds (possibly for a future trip?), you can use this guide to find some family-friendly activities.

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                      Use a Travel Companion for Your Plans to Visit Leeds

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                      Travel companion apps work by letting you buy tickets and passes through the app and then storing them all safely for you on your phone. Generally, you can find discounts through these companion apps, so not only is it more convenient, but you also get to save money.

                      Visit the Oldest Running Commercial Railway in the World

                      You can’t plan a trip to Leeds without visiting Middleton Railway. This historic site was founded in 1758 and is still running today. The site features a museum where you can learn about the history of the railway and the option to ride a mile-long track from Moor Road to Park Halt.

                      Feed the Penguins at Harewood House

                      If you have kids or are an animal lover yourself, you should treat yourself by visiting Harewood House. Harewood House features 100 acres of gardens with bird gardens, but the chance to feed the penguins is the main attraction.

                      Check Out the Leeds City Museum

                      Leeds City Museum is the perfect attraction for a family day out. The exhibits on display are changed every now and again, but they mainly focus on the history of Leeds.

                      Some of the biggest attractions are the Leeds Tiger which spawned various popular myths, the skeleton of a 152-year-old long-finned pilot whale, and a 3000-year-old Egyptian mummy. The museum is home to the weird and the wonderful, making it a great stop along your trip.

                      Play Some Junkyard Golf

                      If your young ones are getting a bit restless and you are looking for a fun way to burn off some energy, then Junkyard Golf may be exactly what you are looking for. This golf course features disco lights, funny course names and all-around fun for the whole family. Unlike mini-golf, this course doesn’t leave you frustrated, but it isn’t so easy that you or your little ones will get bored.

                      Visit the Royal Armouries

                      The Royal Armouries is home to the historic National Collection of Arms and Armour. The display has over 8500 artefacts, ranging from armour to various types of weapons. There are multiple floors in the museum, each housing displays that are split geographically. The elephant armour and replica Terracotta warrior alone are definitely worth the visit.

                      The Royal Armouries doesn’t just have displays on ancient history. There are also exhibits on the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and peace protests.

                      The Royal Armouries has a designated play area called the Jester’s Yard, which allows children to dress up and play around, leading them to be fully immersed in history. During school holidays, you’ll be able to see sword fighting displays and riders demonstrating some Tudor style techniques.

                      Visit Thwaite Mills

                      Thwaite Mills allows you to take in nature and history at the same time. The Thwaite Mills is one of the last remaining examples of a water-powered mill in Britain.

                      When you visit the mills, you’ll not only be able to see the mill in action, but you’ll also have the chance to visit the engineer’s workshop, where you’ll see all the tools that were used to repair the mill. The surrounding area is beautiful and makes a great spot for a picnic or a riverside stroll.

                      Leeds Grand Theatre

                      This might be more suited to older kids or a trip just for the parents, but the Grand Theatre, which is situated in the heart of Leeds, is an unmissable attraction. The theatre offers a wide variety of programmes to choose from, so there will be something you’ll enjoy.

                      Vintage Arcade Fun

                      Retro gaming is making a comeback, and the Arcade Club is video game heaven. Every weekend children get the opportunity to take a trip back in time to see how their parents played. The arcade has three floors (yes, three!) of retro arcade games and features classics such as Pac-Man, Mario Kart and Space Invaders.

                      Visit the Thackray Museum of Medicine for Some Fun Learning

                      The Thackray Museum of Medicine has recently been renovated. If you or your kids are fascinated with medicine or horrific histories in general, this is an attraction you should visit. The museum has loads of exhibits ranging from the techniques used in the Victorian age to how plagues, surgeries and pregnancies were handled (this is often rather gruesome).

                      Visit Kirkstall Abbey

                      Kirkstall Abbey is one of the finest remaining medieval Cistercian abbeys in Britain. The abbey is set on 24 hectares of land, making it perfect for a picnic before exploring the remains and the Abbey House Museum.

                      Things to Do in Leeds Made Easy

                      Planning a trip to Leeds has never been easier, and with the number of historic sites and attractions the city has to offer, you’ll be able to jam-pack your days out in Leeds with fun activities. So just remember to plan ahead, look for deals regarding things to do in Leeds, and most importantly, have fun!

                      Please take a look at our attractions, experiences, and things to do to help you plan your perfect day out. To stay up to date with any new attractions being added, download the free Keetoo app so that you never miss out.

                      6. Grundy Art Museum

                      The Grundy Art Museum opened in 1911. It’s housed in a historic Grade II listed Edwardian building. The building itself is worth seeing, but since it’s free to enter, why should you not!

                      The museum is mainly home to 20th and 21st-century art from people from all over the UK.

                      It does have a fascinating permanent collection. But every time you visit you will find something new to enjoy. That’s because the museum loans artwork from other galleries and holds many exhibitions.

                      7. South Pier

                      The South Pier feels like it’s stuck in the past. And everything about it sums up everything great about Blackpool!

                      From the moment you arrive, you’re greeted with vibrant colours and a carnival atmosphere.

                      Inside you’ll find funfair rides for all the family, games, and an old-fashioned arcade. So grab your jar of pennies and have fun at one of the best days out in Blackpool!

                      You’re also much more likely to bump into the welcoming Blackpool locals here.

                      8. Blackpool Zoo

                      The Blackpool Zoo is an award-winning family-friendly attraction. So, where better to have a family day out in the city!

                      The zoo spans over 37 acres of land and has over 1500 animals from all over the world. While you’re here, you can take a walk through nature, then recharge at a cosy cafe.

                      But the main reason you come here is to see the animals. Come face to face with elephants, the world’s largest land mammal. Along with various birds and a collection of reptiles.

                      9. Blackpool Tower Eye

                      If you have a fear of heights, you can be excused. If not, you must experience the dizzying heights if you’re visiting Blackpool!

                      Luckily, there’s a lift to the SkyWalk, as it’s 158 meters into the sky. It might take some time to get used to, especially walking out onto the glass platform, but it’s all worth it!

                      The views are stunning. You can admire the length of Blackpool’s beach, and on a clear day, all the way over to the Isle of Man.

                      If you’re feeling nervous, relax at the Sky High Cocktail Bar before looking across the Irish Sea.

                      10. Blackpool Tower Dungeon

                      If you have plans to visit Blackpool, you must already know about the iconic dungeons. It’s not hard to find, as it’s sat beneath the dominating Tower Eye.

                      Inside are actors dressed in scary costumes. Telling terrifying stories of the nation’s past. Although the experience is very fun and exciting, keep in mind it might be scary for younger children.

                      Children are welcome from the age of three. But you can always get more information on the Tower Dungeon before you arrive.

                      Our Favourite Things To Do In Blackpool

                      For such a small city, it has such a big personality. Whether you come for a UK family holiday or a weekend away with friends, Blackpool has something for you.
                      Now that you know our favourite things to do in Blackpool, we know that you will have a wonderful time here!

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                          Best Mobile Apps to use while visiting London

                          Best Mobile Apps to use while visiting London

                          by Ren Nair
                          Last Update: 17 July 2023

                          1. Keetoo Mobile App, of course!

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                          Keetoo puts modern families, friends, and WhatsApp groups at the centre of a world where they can find, book and enjoy the best experiences for them, at the tap of a screen.

                          From unique days out to the UK’s best attractions, experiences and cinemas, keetoo allows you to get outside into the world and enjoy more time together.

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                          2. CityMapper


                          Over half of humans live in cities, where mobility is a daily need. Public transport is the most used form of mobility in the most significant cities of the world and is essential to solving key issues such as congestion, affordability, and the environment. At Citymapper, they are solving these challenges so getting from A to B is seamless.

                          3. Google Pay


                          Google Pay is a digital wallet and payment platform from Google. It enables users to pay for transactions with Android devices in-store and on supported websites, mobile apps and Google services, like the Google Play Store. When you download it you can link your credit or debit card to the app and use them to pay shops, cafes and even London transport.

                          4. TFL Oyster and Contactless App


                          Manage your contactless and Oyster cards on the go. With the TFL Oyster App you can add credit to your Oyster, check your journey history and more!

                          5. Santander Cycles App


                          If you like cycling then using the Santander bikes that are dotted around London is one of the best options to move around the city. Download the Santander Cycles App and you will be able to find the nearest bike stations, hire your bike quicker and check your spend.

                          6. National Trust


                          Find special places, get key information and see what’s on at the different National Trust locations. Don’t forget to buy that membership!

                          7. Best Coffee Guide Mobile App

                          8. British Street Food Mobile App


                          The British Street Food app showcases the best street food in Britain. It’s revolutionary, with live GPS maps showing who’s trading where and when. It details the specials of the best traders and encourages punters to photograph – and review – their food.

                          9. Uber


                          Always useful when you need to go from A to B and can’t use public transport! The Uber app is perfect for those times when you’re stuck in the rain, or have to get somewhere quickly.

                          10. AccessAble


                          Use AccessAble to find wheelchair friendly venues or check out disabled access and facilities. AccessAble is your accessibility guide.

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                              Top 10 London Attractions for Kids

                              Top 10 London Attractions for Kids

                              by Ren Nair
                              Last Update: 17 July 2023

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                              Visiting London with kids should be an enjoyable and memorable experience.

                              So, if you are planning on visiting London with little (and not so little) ones and want to guarantee an unforgettable family trip, it is important to know all about the best London attractions for kids.

                              London is a city where children come first, so you will always be able to find fun and unique attractions for kids throughout the year. From museums to experiences London is the city that really does have it all.

                              The best London attractions for kids

                              To help you find and enjoy the best family days out for children in London, I have put together a list of our top 10 London attractions for kids.

                              The London Eye

                              A ride on a giant Ferris wheel is something that most children will 100% love. Rising to a height of 135 metres, the London Eye offers wonderful views of London, so adults tend to enjoy it just as much as the kids (I know I certainly did!). I recommend booking in advance via the Keetoo App to get more value from this attraction.

                              London Zoo

                              London Zoo is in Regent’s Park, one of the most beautiful parks in the city. Enjoy a trip to London Zoo and get up close and personal with lions, tigers, giraffes, and creepy crawlies – it is a must-see attraction for little ones. Be sure to check out the daily schedule of events and feeding times. You cannot miss the penguin show!

                              HMS Belfast

                              Situated between the Tower of London and London Bridge, the HMS Belfast is the most significant surviving warship of World War II. This floating museum offers an insight into life onboard during wartime. Kids will love climbing the ladders between decks, exploring below sea-level and there is even an interactive game. Sometimes there’s special family events one weekend a month which I highly recommend. Entry is free for under 5’s which is a huge bonus!

                              A hop-on hop-off bus tour

                              In my opinion, taking a bus tour is the easiest option for London sightseeing with kids. Not only can you use the bus as a form of transport for the day, but you also get great views of the landmarks and children love the novelty of sitting upstairs on the open-top deck. Most of the bus tour companies also include a River Thames cruise in their ticket, so you get to see London from two perspectives.

                              Legoland Windsor

                              Situated outside of London close to Windsor Castle, Legoland is easy to get to by public transport. Trains to Windsor depart from London Waterloo and London Paddington, but once at Windsor station you will need to take a connecting bus to Legoland, which can be a bit of a hassle with smaller children. There is also the option of taking a direct coach from London Victoria coach station which I think is probably the easier option for families.

                              Shrek’s Adventure

                              Situated close to the London Eye and one of London’s newest attractions, Shrek’s Adventure takes kids to a land far away where they can enjoy magical adventures alongside the world’s favourite green ogre and his friends. A great attraction to consider when looking for things to do in London with kids. Book with your Keetoo app to make the fun go further at this attraction.

                              Harry Potter Studios

                              If your child (or you) are a Harry Potter fan, then a visit to the Harry Potter Warner Bros. studios is a must. Discover the sets where many of the movies were filmed, ride the Hogwarts Express, learn to ride a broomstick, and try a famous butter beer as you follow Harry Potter´s footsteps.
                              This is unsurprisingly one of London’s most popular attractions and is advanced booking only, so be sure to book several weeks in advance as tickets sell out extremely quickly.

                              The Lion King musical

                              One of London’s most successful musicals of recent years, the Lion King is simply outstanding. It is always one of my top recommendations to friends who are coming to London with kids. You can get tickets from around £35 each and I think it is totally worth the money.

                              The Natural History Museum

                              At first, you could be mistaken for thinking that the Natural History Museum would not be that entertaining for kids, but the truth is, it’s made for them! They will be able to admire some of the strangest, preserved animals on the planet, along with dinosaur skeletons and so much more. The star of the show is currently ‘Hope’, the giant whale skeleton that presides over the central gallery. And the best thing about visiting here is that it’s a free museum for adults and children! WIN!

                              More things to do in London with kids

                              In addition to my top 10 London attractions for kids, there are so many other places to consider when visiting London as a family.
                              I particularly love musicals as they offer so much fun and entertainment for all ages. In addition to the Lion King mentioned above, I would also recommend Matilda and The Prince Of Egypt.

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