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There are always loads of great things to do on a family day out in London, and each month I publish a round-up of some of the best. The July 2019 round-up is a bumper edition as there’s so much on offer. Do let me know if there’s anything which you’d like me to include next time.

Pride Parade

The annual Pride in London Festival is a month-long celebration of London’s LGBT+ community and includes events across the city.

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If you’re visiting London with children this summer there are lots of fantastic things to experience. Here’s my pick of the best things to see and do in the city for August 2019 – let me know if you have any tips to add.

Kids Week

Kids Week (which should be called Kids Month imao), runs for the whole of August and is when kids aged 16 and under can go to a host of top West End shows, such as Mamma Mia!

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There are exciting things happening in London throughout the year, and April 2019 is no exception. Besides Easter (19th – 22nd April), the Queen’s birthday (21st April), and St. George’s Day (23rd April), there are some excellent new exhibitions, performances and festivals to experience this month. Read on for my selection of some of the best things to do in London this April.

London Games Festival

The annual London Games Festival showcases the best in video games and interactive entertainment through 40 events at different venues across the capital.

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If you’re visiting London with a teenager, there’s a huge range of fun, interesting and quirky things to see and do in the city for free. From world-class museums to unique festivals to outdoor activities, there really is something for everyone to enjoy in London – without paying a penny. There are also some hotels which offer free places for teenagers to stay (with their families) – go to the end of this post to see details of these.

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There are always loads of interesting things to see and do with kids in London, and each month I publish a round-up of some of the best. Here’s my selection for June 2019 – remember that it’s Father’s Day on Sunday June 16th, 2019, just in case you’d like a family day out for the occasion. Do let me know if there’s anything which you’d like me to include in future round-ups!

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There are always loads of great things happening in London, and this month is no exception. There are two Bank Holidays in May, as well as the half-term school holiday, and as the weather’s getting slightly less chilly (some of the time at least) it’s a good time to explore the capital. Here’s my pick of the best things to do in London in May 2019. Check back each month for my latest round-up – and do send me any tips which you think should be included.

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March in London is as busy as ever – and, as always, it’s a great place for a family day out. With Pancake Day at the start of the month, Mother’s Day at the end and a host of other festivals and events in between, there’s a lot happening in the capital. Each month I publish a round-up of some of the best things on offer in London for families with children and teenagers. Here’s my selection for March 2019.

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There are exciting things happening in London throughout the year, and April 2019 is no exception. Besides Easter (19th – 22nd April), the Queen’s birthday (21st April), and St. George’s Day (23rd April), there are some excellent new exhibitions, performances and festivals to experience this month. Read on for my selection of some of the best things to do in London this April.

London Games Festival

The annual London Games Festival showcases the best in video games and interactive entertainment through 40 events at different venues across the capital.

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London’s a great place for a family day out at any time of year. This month, as ever, there are loads of fun things happening in the capital, plus spring’s nearly here, the kids have a week’s half-term holiday, it’s Chinese  New Year and it’s Pancake Day. Marvellous.

Here’s my pick of the excellent things to do in London in February 2019.

Chinese New Year

The Chinese New Year celebrations in London are the biggest outside of Asia.

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Mary Poppins author P. L Travers lived in the fashionable district of Bloomsbury when she first moved to London in her twenties. She later made her home in Chelsea, another affluent part of the city. Her book Mary Poppins was published in 1934, and Travers then went on to write eight books over fifty years. The grand buildings, large houses, leafy parks and historic landmarks of the areas of London where the author lived and worked form the backdrop to the movies which are based on her books: Mary Poppins and Mary Poppins Returns.

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