Whilst it is lovely in the NW3 area, it's nice to head away sometimes. I started creating a list so I could take my daughter to a new place every week. I was even going to write a blog about it, but facebook is too good of a procrastination tool...

 

MUSEUMS

RAF Museum (Hendon)

Museum of Childhod

Natural History Museum

Transport museum

Science Museum

Horniman Toy museum

Mudlarks - museum of London docklands

Kids zone - national army museum


OUTSIDE SPOTS

Kings cross canalside

Kilburn grange park

Golders Green park - butterfly house

Princess Diana memorial Playground (Hyde Park)

Battersea park

Highgate woods

Kew Gardens (may be too far)

Four o clock parade - house guards 

ZSL - Whipsnade

ZSL - London Zoo/Regents Park

Belmont farm (mill hill)

Kentish Town City Farm

Mudchute Farm

Queen's Park playground

Southbank/Tate Modern/London Eye

Aldenham Country Park

Hatfield House

Parkside Farm - Pick your Own. 

 

RAINY DAY ATTRACTIONS

London aquarium

Talacre Center

Camden arts centre

Bear & wolf (Kentish town)

Sheriff Centre (West Hampstead)

3 House Club (St Johns Wood)

Westfield Kidzania (White City)

 

BEACHES (or Glorified Sand Pits)

Ruislip Lido (artificial beach by reservoir, playgrounds & mini train line)

Brent Cross Beach (Summer 16)

Roundhouse Camden Beach (Summer 16)

Brixton Beach Boulevard (Summer 16)

Cabana's Copacabana Beach, Southbank (Summer 16)

Urban London Beach. Canning Town (Summer 16)

Brighton Beach (pebbles, not sandy)

Rye (easily reached by train with huge powdery sand dunes)

Greatstone near Romney

Sunny Sands in Folkestone

Felpham near Bognor Regis

 

CAMPING (Recommended by local mums on the HM facebook group)

Blackberry Wood (near Brighton)

Forest Holidays