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Like a really good book, London's independent children's bookshops can transport us to another world. Here are the ones to visit now.
Take a whirl down Selfridges' giant slide and celebrate Chinese New Year in London
Your roadmap of everything to do with the kids in London. February half term 2020 promises plenty of adventure and excitement for all the family
Desperate to get your kids excited about art from a young age? Find us a London parent who isn't. We've rounded up the paintings and sculptures they'll love.
Peppa Pig: My First Concert is an interactive introduction to a live orchestra for kids.
London's got a full calendar of sustainability events on around the clock. From eco-exhibits to climate-change inspired concerts, here's what to go see now.
Get up close and personal with beasts from 252 million years ago - the precursors to dinosaurs - in this new interactive exhibition at the Horniman
London's indoor ski centres aren't just fun, they're also a great weekend activity for the family - whether or not you're planning on jetting off for a ski season
A tribute to Australia and an evening of young composing and playing talent make up a pair of tune-packed concerts
Book in for the latest installment of the Harry Potter Film Concert series at the Royal Albert Hall
ALMA Deli is Belgravia's one-stop spot for kid-friendly activities and healthy eating, with plant-based cooking, crystal and science labs, yoga, singing bowls and much more.
Stationery stores appeal to all ages, and London's coolest offerings are sure to inspire your inner creative
The vegan revolution isn't just touching adults - 10% of Brit kids aged 8 to 16 are now vegan or vegetarian. Here's how to get kids eating the rainbow.
It's never too early to get into music, and it comes naturally to kids. Here are the best events for musical adventures they'll never forget
From the shows and exhibits to see to the trends to get ahead of, this is what you'll be doing with the kids in 2020
Kickstart imaginations with these immersive experiences for kids in London
Blow their tiny minds without blowing your budget: check out our round up of the best free events for kids in London
Looking for kids' yoga classes in London? From schools to yoga studios, here's why you should introduce your child to yoga – and where to do it
Whether you're into yoga or Crossfit, Pilates or barre, mum and baby fitness classes can be found all over London – and near you.
Coworking spaces are all around London, but now several are offering childcare options, too. Here are the flexible childcare options in London you need to know about.
From healthy meal delivery services to subscription boxes for babies, healthy food to feed your little one has never been easier for Londoners
Family members' clubs offer everything a kid - and their parent - could want, under one very stylish roof. Here are the best family clubs in the city.
Sustainable living and kids don't necessarily go hand-in-hand, but there are plenty of eco-friendly, plastic-free baby ideas and alternatives to try
Toy buying is no longer what it used to be: eco-conscious parents are now using toy rental and toy subscription sharing services
Reusable nappies are a must for parents looking for ways to minimise their plastic use and waste. This is what you need to know...
Plogging is a workout, an exercise in sustainability and a chance to reconnect with nature, plus anyone can do it. Here's why you should introduce the kids to plogging.
Teaching kids mindfulness and meditation techniques like how to live in the present and be attuned to their emotions
The Prince of Egypt musical comes to the West End with Stephen Schwartz’s Academy Award-winning score
Disney's Frozen the musical is opening at Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London in October 2020
Podcasts for mums can be useful, practical, escapist and inspiring. These are the best podcasts for mums in the UK to check out now.
From experiential slime to colour-in walls, these are the amazing kids' activities and immersive pop-ups to check out across the pond (and eagerly await in London)
A book is an adventure, a treasure, a whole new world to discover. These children's books are beautifully bound, illustrated and designed to enjoy for years to come.