- 1 1. Something For the Kids(and the young at heart)
- 2 2. Get A Tingly Feeling – A collection of Tinggly Experiences
- 3 3. Experience UK’s Cool and Unique Spots
- 4 4. Get A Break From London
- 5 5. Get Active on London Waters While Exploring Little Venice
- 6 6. Breakfast in the Walkie Talkie, Over! Roger That!
- 7 7. Explore London’s Beautiful Markets
- 8 8. Afternoon Tea on The Green
- 9 9. Eat Your Way Through London
- 10 10. Take To the Museums
1. Something For the Kids(and the young at heart)
2. Get A Tingly Feeling – A collection of Tinggly Experiences
3. Experience UK’s Cool and Unique Spots
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4. Get A Break From London
5. Get Active on London Waters While Exploring Little Venice
6. Breakfast in the Walkie Talkie, Over! Roger That!
7. Explore London’s Beautiful Markets
8. Afternoon Tea on The Green
9. Eat Your Way Through London
10. Take To the Museums
If you are looking for ultra modern art then I would suggest Saatchi Gallery across the other side of town in Solane Square and enter rooms filled with bugs or paintings made from embroidery.
Another interesting place that not a lot of people go to, is the Barbican in Moorgate. It puts on various events and curated art installations that will marvel both the little kids and big kids.
This is the same place that had adults and kids dancing in the rain two years ago with the Rain Room installation at the Barbican. So this bank holiday do not forget to check your local galleries or museums.
They are not so crowded so you can enjoy the creative space without being disturbed by a mad rush of people. On the plus side there are usually cafes so you can pace yourself.So what are your plans for the April Bank Holiday next weekend, where ever you are? Let me know in the comment box below.
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