October half term in London: what to do, where to go
Looking for the best things to do in London this October half term? We have the family covered with exciting exhibitions, workshops galore and days out in the big city
From the Bank of England to the National Gallery, London's most glamorous buildings are hosting free arts and crafts workshops this half term. This year, the theme is animation, celebrating everything from cave paintings to Mickey Mouse.Read more ...
Put the Kensington Hotel's service to the test by booking their Beauty and the Beast themed afternoon tea this half-term, where you can indulge in some Disney delicacies and determine for yourself if the Grey Stuff is, in fact, delicious.
Muggles of all ages are invited to learn about the mysteries of Harry Potter's magical world this half-term, thanks to an exhaustive retrospective of J.K. Rowling's work on display at the British Library.Read more ...
Gruffalos, dragons, and other creatures will roam the Discover Children's Story Centre this October, with a new exhibition dedicated to transporting tots to inside the pages of their favourite Julia Donaldson book. Half term specials involve daily Gruffalo film screenings and visits from illustrators.
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Part of Dance Umbrella 2017, DOT is a family-friendly performance that incorporates dance, theatre, music and technology to tell the story of an unlikely friendship.
The Royal Albert Hall introduces London's toddlers to the magic of classical music with My Great Orchestral Adventure. Children are invited to join a shipwrecked symphony orchestra on a musical adventure across a mysterious island.Read more ...
Book your tickets to Moominland – the Dulwich Picture Gallery will be exhibiting the works of creator Tove Jansson. As well as featuring cartoons from the beloved series, the exhibition will feature her paintings and graphic illustrations.Read more ...
A spook-tacular range of Halloween-themed activities, animal demonstrations and hands-on crafts are returning to London Zoo, with special Halloween versions of the zoo's animal talks, feeds and demonstrations.
The V&A Museum of Childhood will be hosting Memories of Teddy Bears, a un-bear-ably cute exhibition hosting a series of accompanying family-friendly workshops all week long.Read more ...
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