An Educational Family Trip to London

Just because it’s the summer holiday doesn’t mean that your children's learning has to stop. Take advantage of the many educational opportunities that are waiting to be enjoyed in London. Not only is it the nation’s capital, but its fascinating history, spectacular places of interest, amazing cultural venues and wealth of museums, galleries and attractions means there is always plenty to do for everybody. Although there are many other exciting destinations for a day in the City, Ripley's London is the perfect family entertainment place because of the unique attractions that it boasts of.

Enjoy an Amazing Day at Ripley’s London

Located in the heart of Piccadilly, Ripley’s has an incredible collection of fascinating objects collected from all corners of the globe. From a gruesome assortment of Amazonian shrunken heads through to a Marvellous Mirror Maze and a clutch of dinosaur eggs, at Ripley’s you can find the most unlikely exhibits which will fascinate the entire family. Spread over six levels, Ripley’s has full disabled access and is buggy friendly, which is always helpful when you have younger children in the party. Most visitors find it takes about two hours to tour the entire attraction, leaving time for a visit elsewhere if in London for the whole day.

The Thames Offers Unique Attractions

 Although London offers a wide range of child-friendly educational experiences, including perennial favourites such as the Natural History Museum and St John Soane’s Museum, the River Thames has had such a profound influence on the development of London that attractions relating to its history are especially valuable. Places such as the National Maritime Museum, the Docklands Museum and the Cutty Sark give a superb insight into the history of the Thames. Why not take a short cruise down this famous river and see the well-known landmarks which are visible along its banks?

Many families find that they return to London repeatedly as there is such a variety of things to see and do. The amazing range of experiences open to children when they visit ensures that they learn plenty whilst having fun at the same time. If you want your children’s education to continue even when school’s out, then a visit to the capital is a superb way to achieve this.

 
 

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  1. I so agree, learning does not stop during summer vacation, learning becomes more fun with exploring and traveling :)

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Thank you so much for visiting. God bless you and your family always.

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