The playground attracts 1,000,000 visitors a year thanks to its lush surroundings, central location and imaginative construction.
Should they need a break from climbing, sliding and mud-pie making, the pint-sized picnic huts offer the perfect place to refuel.
The Corner House is less a play cafe and more a small, well-planned city in which to play, eat, drink, meet and learn.
This steamy Sunday sanctuary is abundant in lush greenery and Andie McDowell’s apartment in Green Card vibes
What?: I’ve taken Bab to the V&A a few times, with mixed results. There was the time we went for an aimless wander and she got absolutely covered in museum-floor filth, kept trying to prod the priceless artefacts and pissed off a waitress by recarpeting the cafe floor with Petit Filous
What?: Seven-acre inner-city playground occupying the site of the former London Foundling Hospital. If you’ve ever been to the Foundling Museum you’ll already know the story of Captain Thomas Coram, the philanthropist who founded the hospital in 1739 to house and care for the countless abandoned children living on the capital’s streets
Fount is the parental utopia you’ve always dreamed of but never believed could exist because life just isn’t that kind
A truly inspiring class whose uniqueness is enhanced by the beautiful setting and lovely staff
The real genius of this haunt is its substantial play area, thoughtfully devised kids’ menu and exciting programme of activities
There’s plenty of sensory stuff for super-tinies, with lily pads to bounce on and chimes to beat the crap out of