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3 Things To Do On A Rainy Day In London

It’s a shame when you have a day off, you want to spend some time with your family and you are stuck inside.

It’s a shame when you have a day off, you want to spend some time with your family and friends, but you don’t want to be out in the rain. Luckily we have made the perfect list of things to do on a rainy day in London. Though the sun might be hidden away it doesn’t mean you have to be. 3 activities you can do with your family and friends instead of complaining about the rain.

1. The London Transport Museum

London Transport Museum

Not far away from Trafalgar Square, you will find The London Transport Museum. Inside, you will find a magnificent exhibition of the machines that helped Londoners get from a-to-b throughout the ages. You won’t only find buses, but also trains, trams trucks and traffic lights – you’ll even find an abandoned tube station and much more.

There are an array of interactive games where your kids can learn even more about how the city moves and have some fun while doing it. Want to know what is the best part of all? Kids go free! So The London Transport Museum is perfect for day trips or a simple kids day out – so be sure to check it out and let us know how it goes.

2. Kidzania London

KidZania London

If you are looking for a more dynamic way to entertain your children, then look no further because KidZania is their place for you.

The inside is like an entire thriving city, the installations have accommodated to fit any role that your kids want. Here, kids can be a scientist, a police officer, a plane pilot, a firefighter almost anything they can imagine! Let them explore their creativity and see what they want to aim for when they grow up. Make sure to save up for their tuition to make their dreams possible.

3. Charles Dickens Museum

Charles Dickens Museum

Well known author Charles Dickens used to reside here in Clerkenwell. So you can dip your toes into the mindset of the author of a Christmas Charol and Oliver Twist. Learn how his heart of gold helped shape the perception of how society was during the 19th century. Its interactive experiences which vary from reading from his books, watching anecdotes and curiosities and listening to the best part of his novels will get you onto the historical mood. This is a great place for kids and adults as long as you have an interest in books

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