Capital tots

Adventures and days out for babies, toddlers and children in and around London - the greatest City on earth

Parks The Aquarium Classic London sites National Gallery Free activities Farms and zoos The coast British Museum Musuem of London Docklands The London Eye Natural History Musuem Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park - South London

Greenwich Park is my personal favourite as it’s my local park. It has two cafes both of which are kiddie friendly as well as a playground, boating lake and gorgeous flower gardensfind out more.

St. James’ Park - Central London

St. James’ Park is the beating heart of London’s parks. It stretches from Horse Guard’s Parade to Buckingham Palace...find out more.



London’s Parks

London is blessed with some of the best parks in the world. They are all wonderful for children, safe, green and free - they all have cafes, toilets and playgrounds.

Kensington Gardens - West London

Kensington Gardens is the elegant neighbour of Hyde Park. It houses the Diana Memorial Garden which is famously popular with London’s children…find out more.

Kensington Gardens

Regent’s Park - Central London

Regent’s Park is the sport’s park with facilities for football, softball, rugby and cricket, but that doesn’t stop it being lovely for little ones too as it still feels intimate and friendly. It’s also home to London Zoo which is another classic London day out…find out more.


Hampstead Heath - North London

Hampstead Heath is known as the green lung of London - it spans miles of North London and welcomes millions of visitors each year - it still manages to feel like a slice of countryside just a few miles from central London…find out more.

Coram’s Fields - North of central London

Children’s oasis in the middle of one of London’s busiest areas – Kings Cross. Playground, sandpit, paddling pool and cafe - you can almost forget you are in central London…find out more.



Coram Fields St James' Park Hampstead Heath

Lloyd Park - East of London

Newly redesigned community park with adventure playground for children, cheap and friendly cafe and refurbished William Morris museum…find out more.