Category: Kids Day Out

Chelsea Clip n’ Climb Review – A crazy climbing experience!

Chelsea Clip n’ Climb Review – A crazy climbing experience!

Climbing is not my forte. I'm scared of heights, not particularly strong and am prone to clumsiness. Climbing up a 20 foot wall seems to be the last thing I should attempt; but then I discovered Chelsea Clip n' Climb, which is sort of like a mad hatters vision of what wall climbing should be. This colourful room ...

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Children’s tickets are free at The Shard this half term!

Children’s tickets are free at The Shard this half term!

Hey parents, I've got great news for you: you can take your kid's to the top of the Shard this half term and pay nothing for their tickets! The Shard is the tallest building in western Europe and has earned a reputation as being one of London's best new attractions. The views from the top of the building are ...

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How to see London in a day almost for free!

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How to see London in a day almost for free!

Do you want to see London in 1 day and not break the bank? London is one of the most expensive cities in the world, but that doesn’t mean you can't experience the best of the city on a budget. My 1 day plan to see the best of London only required a budget of only £25 maximum per person including transport. That's ...

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London Sea Life Aquarium Review 2015

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This weekend I went on a much anticipated trip to the London Sea Life aquarium. It was much anticipated because I adore wildlife in all its forms and an opportunity to see otherworldly animals fills me with excitement. You can imagine then my eagerness to visit the UK's premier sea life attraction which contains over ...

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Tower Bridge Exhibition Review 2015

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Location: Tower Bridge Ticket Price: £9 for adults, £3.50 for children, £6.50 consession Tower Bridge is one of London's most cherished icons and at over 120 years old, one of its oldest. It works 365 days a year to connect north to south and to allow passage of taller ships deeper into the heart of London. It's ...

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Monument Review

Monument Review

The Monument is a 500 year old...well, monument, to the great fire of London; it's just over 60 metres high and includes a small viewing platform at the very top. The Monument features as one of my 10 things to do in London this summer and it's great to tick it off the list. The views of The City are quite ...

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