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What to do with small children near Selfridges in London?

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Hi. Off to see santa at Selfridges in London on Sunday. Please can anyone suggest anything we can twin this with (we have 2 under 5s ) it seems a waste to go just for that - maybe something to do fair…
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
Hi. Off to see santa at Selfridges in London on Sunday. Please can anyone suggest anything we can twin this with (we have 2 under 5s ) it seems a waste to go just for that - maybe something to do fairly loclly for a couple of hours? Thanks
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
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#1
hamleys toy shop.
#2
Hyde Park
#3
Regent Street Christmas LIghts
#4
have a look in netmums website and press your regions there is loads of activities and things to do for the kids there
http://www.netmums.com
I use it all the time
hope this helps
cheers!
#5
Hyde park is good - always feed the ducks, but its a bit of a walk to do that!

British Museum is down the other end of the road if the children are older! The bus ride on the top deck is cheep and quick down to Centre Point and keeps children occupied!
#6
Why not take them into several busy shops,let them run around totally out of control while stuffing a greggs pasty in their face annoying everyone with no care or consideration for other shoppers.
#7
Hyde park is good - always feed the ducks, but its a bit of a walk to do that!

British Museum is down the other end of the road if the children are older! The bus ride on the top deck is cheep and quick down to Centre Point and keeps children occupied!

Far end of Hyde Park in Kensington Gardens (bus ride) is the Peter Pan themed Children park - in memorial to Princess Diana - free and great fun for kids...
#8
science or history museum...although is for older kids always some small lil activities for kids and its warmer than going hyde park etc.
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Why not take them into several busy shops,let them run around totally out of control while stuffing a greggs pasty in their face annoying everyone with no care or consideration for other shoppers.


They can do that anywhere... something extra special for a day trip out I think...

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