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Me and the kids are bored in North East London - any ideas where to go?

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
Not cinema or bowling

Please!

Thank yous x
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#1
Go out of London? :?

:p
#2
Epping Forest
#3
StevenA2000_uk
Go out of London? :?

:p

I would but where? :-D

Outrunner
Epping Forest

Not keen on the weather :-(
banned#4
take em to the william morris gallery... is it open on sunday? or the vestery house museum
#5
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#6
bykergrove
take em to the william morris gallery... is it open on sunday? or the vestery house museum


strike
1001 Inventions Exhibition, Science Museum, London
Dates: 21 January till 25 April 2010 (temporary closure 25 Feb to 12 March 2010)
Times: 10am till 6pm every day. Entrance is free of charge.
Location: Science Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London

What is the secret behind the way we write numbers?
When did scientists first discover how we see?
Who drew the oldest surviving map showing America?
What is the hidden meaning of the Elephant Clock?

The Science Museum host's its latest exhibition, 1001 Inventions: Discover the Muslim Heritage in Our World, which traces the forgotten story of a thousand years of science from the Muslim world, from the 7th century onwards. The free exhibition, which runs from the 21 January to 25 April 2010, will look at the social, scientific and technical achievements that are credited to the Muslim world, whilst celebrating the shared scientific heritage of other cultures. The exhibition is a British based project, produced in association with the Jameel Foundation.
Featuring a diverse range of exhibits, interactive displays and dramatisation, the exhibition shows how many modern inventions, spanning fields such as engineering, medicine and design, can trace their roots back to Muslim civilisation.


My daughter went William Morris a couple of weeks ago and my 5yo son is a bit mad :giggle:
#7
strike
http://img193.imageshack.us/img193/8443/image001vl.jpg

1001 Inventions Exhibition, Science Museum, London
Dates: 21 January till 25 April 2010 (temporary closure 25 Feb to 12 March 2010)
Times: 10am till 6pm every day. Entrance is free of charge.
Location: Science Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London

What is the secret behind the way we write numbers?
When did scientists first discover how we see?
Who drew the oldest surviving map showing America?
What is the hidden meaning of the Elephant Clock?

The Science Museum host's its latest exhibition, 1001 Inventions: Discover the Muslim Heritage in Our World, which traces the forgotten story of a thousand years of science from the Muslim world, from the 7th century onwards. The free exhibition, which runs from the 21 January to 25 April 2010, will look at the social, scientific and technical achievements that are credited to the Muslim world, whilst celebrating the shared scientific heritage of other cultures. The exhibition is a British based project, produced in association with the Jameel Foundation.
Featuring a diverse range of exhibits, interactive displays and dramatisation, the exhibition shows how many modern inventions, spanning fields such as engineering, medicine and design, can trace their roots back to Muslim civilisation.


Looks good to me but the kids didn't really enjoy it last time.
Wanted to go Natural History Museum but we have left it a bit late and my daughter doesn't want to go because of the dinosaurs :roll:

Looks like we are going to Kidspace in Romford ;-)
#8
Mrs.Z
Looks good to me but the kids didn't really enjoy it last time.
Wanted to go Natural History Museum but we have left it a bit late and my daughter doesn't want to go because of the dinosaurs :roll:

Looks like we are going to Kidspace in [SIZE="4"]Romford [/SIZE];-)


Chavtastic
#9
strike
Chavtastic


LOL! So if you visit Romford you must be a Chav? :thinking:
#10
you dont know anywhere outside london? lol
#11
casparwhite
you dont know anywhere outside london? lol


:roll:

Ideas man, ideas - you are not most helpful!
#12
sorry i dont know anywhere either..........stonehenge go ask for help
#13
Zoo..
#14
Go to Yorkshire !!!
#15
i dont know london having only been once lol, sorry
#16
Museums ............great idea . I lived and worked in the West End in the early eighties and every Sunday I went to a musuem ............lots of them in London , then went to a Pitzahut for a bite to eat afterwards.
#17
maybe a bit of shopping or something,and yeer they all say cinema and bowling when i say im bored on the weekend :roll:
maybe just go for a walk and you might find something to do:thumbsup:
#18
Top Golf in Chigwell?

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