This month, explore a vibrant food utopia at Kew, step into an illustrated world at artsdepot, and get revoltingly messy at Mess It Up in the Park.
This month, use hammers and saws to build a dream play space, cycle to power a party, and check out Discover’s latest immersive exhibition.
To celebrate the unveiling of Prospect Park playground at Battersea Power Station, Uber Boat by Thames Clippers asked us to round up the most exciting playscapes on their route.
A stylish, Scandinavian dream of a play cafe. The play cafe I’ve waited six long years of childrearing for.
This month, explore Stonehenge with your toddler, enjoy a comedy musical that’s just for parents and babies, and shuffle around to indie classics with the whole family.
The £18m refurb has rendered this museum much more child-friendly, interactive and just generally more interesting.
We were back within a month of our initial visit, and we live 12 miles away – which in London might as well be a different country.
There’s not a lot in it, but its location on the edge of Peckham Rye and the welcome addition of a baby-sensory room mean Apple Tree 2 just edges it over its sister site.
This month, meet Beatrix Potter at the V&A, immerse yourself in the world of cats and dogs at the Horniman, and celebrate 20 years of Imagine Children’s Festival at the Southbank Centre.
The design gives off some seriously jazzy nineties sci-fi vibes, a la Red Dwarf via The Fifth Element, but imagine both are set in Romford.