Free things to do with your kids in London’s midtown

This area sounds so exciting…..! Loads to do for free.

Why not make a trip down to Midtown, the areas of Bloomsbury, Holborn and St Giles, home to some of the best cultural and historical landmarks in London, and take part in the exciting range of fun and interactive activities on offer. The folks at GoToMidown have been telling us here at Family Budgeting  all about what you can do in the area. You can make  free visits to the district’s most loved museums including the British museum, Cartoon Museum and Foundling Museum to free guided walks covering everything from the area’s literary and political history to its criminal and musical past. Also don’t forget to check out Coram’s Fields, a unique seven acres playground and park that also contains a city farm as well as the area’s popular markets where you can browse and taste delicious home-grown produce.

 

In case you haven’t heard the Dandy’s days are numbered …this looks a brilliant exhibition at the Cartoon Museum!

And if this is not quite enough, GoToMidTown also has a very special Buzzbee Trail (http://www.gotomidtown.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/GoToMidtown_BuzBee_trail.pdf) which will take you and your kids on a tour of the district to find out interesting facts along the way and to discover some of the area’s hidden gems. The adventure trail will visit five locations including Princes Circus Red Lion Square and Lamb’s Conduit Street/Theobald’s Road, where you will find a fun, interactive and eco quiz related to that particular area for your children to answer.

For further information on all of the above activities and many more please visit www.gotomidtown.co.uk

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