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London can be a great place to take the family, providing you are well prepared and have found the right places to visit. Taking
kids through Central London on the Tube or Bus can be both an exciting and daunting experience. But if there's somewhere fantastic for you to visit
at the end of the journey, the travel will definitely be worth your while. We've picked out some of the top London Attractions for their family
friendly appeal.

1. The London Aquarium

The London Aquarium is exciting, safe for children and great for learning about creatures that the kids might normally only see on TV. The aquarium
has talks and presentations on particular species and also lets the children get involved in feeding times. Waterloo mainline station is very
close, so you should be able to avoid the tube.

2. Madame Tussauds

Probably one of the more famous London attractions is Madame Tussauds. Full of history, this was works museum
allows you to stand next to your sporting heroes, pop idols and even life sized Marvel super heroes. Not only will the kids love it, but you're
bound to want your photo with Marilyn or Elvis too! There are plenty of bus routes stopping at the waxworks if the trains aren't for you.

3. The Science Museum

 What a great way to educate your children without them even realising it! The Science Museum guarantees hours of fun that children will remember for
a lifetime. From gory medical equipment to fascinating Space paraphernalia, and a kitchen full of bugs, there's plenty to fascinate and amaze. You'll need to catch the tube to get here, but you'll be in the vicinity of Hyde Park and right next door to The Natural History Museum so the trip could be a mulit-purpose one. 


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For advance travel tickets check out the National Rail website. You may well be able to get a discount or group travel tickets ahead of your
journey, meaning on the day all you need to worry about is getting to the station and then having a good time.

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About the author

Katie Sykes is a travel, tourism and lifestyle
journalist who enjoys writing about London and Brighton

Website - http://brightoncreative.blogspot.com

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