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News & Features 31 Oct, 2016

Family-friendly attractions

Get tickets to one of these fantastic family-friendly attractions.

Warner Bros. Studio Tour London

Tickets from £95


Harry Potter fans won’t want to miss the magical Warner Bros Studio Tour – London. This is your chance to go behind the scenes of the films and experience the wizarding world in person. Book a ticket with return coach transport. Advance booking essential.


Madame Tussauds

Tickets from £29


Take selfies with your favourite celebrities at the ever-popular Madame Tussauds. Rub shoulders with famous faces including Meghan Markle, Dua Lipa and Ed Sheeran. You ticket includes the Star Wars Experience and Marvel Superheroes 4D Cinema Experience.


SEA LIFE London Aquarium

Tickets from £27 - free entry for kids under 3


Meet animals from all parts of the globe, including penguins, jellyfish and rays. Venture through the ocean tunnel while fish swim above you and test your nerve on the shark walk. Learn about the aquarium’s conversation projects.


The London Dungeon

Tickets from £24


Take a thrilling and chilling ride through London’s gruesome history at the London Dungeon. Live actors bring some of London’s most famous characters to life as you go back in time. Are you brave enough to face the Drop Dead Drop Ride to Doom?



Shrek’s Adventure London

Tickets from £21 - kids under 3 go free

Shrek’s Adventure London

Go on a quest to find Shrek! Board a 4D flying bus driven by Donkey, visit Shrek’s swamp, stop off in the Poison Apple Pub and meet the Muffin Man. You will also meet characters from other DreamWorks films including Kung Fu Panda and How To Train Your Dragon.


Merlin Magical London - 5-in-1 attraction pass

Tickets from £70


See five of London’s top attractions with this 90-day ticket. Start at Madame Tussauds on your chosen date and time, then visit the remaining attractions – the London Eye, The London Dungeon, Shrek’s Adventure! London and SEA LIFE London Aquarium over the next 90 days.


Kidzania London

From £16


Test out a range of professions and activities including journalism, animal care, cabin crew and tour guiding at KidZania London. Work to earn KidZos and save them for next time or spend them in the Airport Shop. Great for kids to learn and have fun.


Tower of London

From £28.90

See the famous Crown Jewels, the iconic White Tower and find out what it was like to be a prisoner in the Tower of London. Kids can look out for the tower's resident ravens and explore one of the fun family trails to learn more about the historic attraction.


Chelsea FC Stadium Tour

From £24


Take a one-hour guided tour of Stamford Bridge, the home of Chelsea FC, which includes access to the dressing rooms, the press room and the chance to walk through the player's tunnel. After the tour, you can browse the Chelsea FC Museum.


Wembley Stadium Tour

From £22


Visit the home of football, find out about the history of Wembley and walk out of the players' tunnel into the stadium on this tour. Go behind the scenes to see the press room, dressing rooms and royal box. You can even have your photo taken with the FA Cup!


Arsenal – Emirates Stadium Tour

From £25


Follow in the footsteps of your Arsenal heroes by going behind the scenes at the Emirates Stadium. You'll explore using an interactive guide with commentary by an Arsenal legend. The tour includes access to dressing rooms, pitchside, press conference room and players' tunnel.


The Slide at ArcelorMittal Orbit

From £16.75


For thrill-seeking children aged eight and above, try this speedy slide which starts from a height of 76 metres. You’ll experience 12 twists, a 50m straight run and experience speeds of up to 15 miles per hour.


London Transport Museum

From £16.50 - kids go free


Perfect for children who love buses and trains, the London Transport Museum allows you to board several carriages and trams in the collection. There is an interactive play area for children up to seven years old and a stamper trail to follow as you explore the museum.