Check out these seven playscapes with no intention of letting you forget where you are.
It is quite nice being able to look round a museum without every other bastard in London being there at the same time.
This month, meet Van Gogh, Imagine at the Southbank Centre children’s festival and explore a Fairy Tale town at Discover.
Owner Emily Ajasa has really tapped in to what adults are looking for in a tot-friendly cafe – i.e. not garishly hued plastic crap.
From child-led playgroups to parent-focused gigs; lively mummy-and-me yoga classes to calm, childcare-inclusive mothers’ retreats – we give you the definitive, tried-and-tested top 100 activities for little Londoners and their adults.
Running space and crowd control alone are enough to make this museum toddler-friendly – screw the potentially terrifying subject matter.
The kids’ play area, despite being popularly referred to as ‘soft play’ is in fact anything but, consisting of a brightly painted half-pipe situation and a few concrete shapes.
The coolest things to do with your littlest Londoners, from catching the latest releases together to getting pissed together (…sort of).
Bab was in such a grump Peppa Pig could have turned up with a mobile sweet shop and told her to help herself and she still wouldn’t have been in the mood.
Given that the only aerial work I’d done prior to this class involved tuning the TV, I have to say I found this pretty challenging.