We take a look around one of the world’s best-known cities to find the best places to go for families.
How to see London for families
London makes a brilliant city break for families. You can see the sights, take in a West End show and head to the big museums. But sometimes, it’s nice not to follow the herd.
After three billion pounds were spent on the rebirth of Kings Cross, it’s officially a shopping and restaurant district, with plenty of places to take the kids.
Shop ’til you drop
I’m here with my daughters, Rosie, 13, and Poppy, 10. We’re shopping, but not as we know it. The shops are different, from lifestyle stores where you can learn stuff – candle making at Earl of East (£55), or a terrarium masterclass at Botanical Boys (from £50), to ‘family concept’ Cissy Wears, where you can shop from a curated edit of the world’s most beautiful brands.