10 Free Things To Do With Kids In London

London is full of activities for kids however this also means more expense for the family budget! However there are plenty of free things to do with kids on a family trip to London. Let's have fun and also save by doing this activities for 2019:

1 - Coran's Fields
Enjoy an afternoon of fun at Coram’s Fields in Bloomsbury, a seven-acre (three-hectare) park and playground, with a small animal area, cafe and paddling pool. Adults can only enter when accompanied by a child, providing a calm, safe and stimulating environment for kids.

2 - Mudchute Farm and Park
Feed the animals at Mudchute Farm and Park. Youngsters can visit the farm animals, go horse riding and explore the farm’s educational facilities.

3 - Tate Modern
Get messy with clay or engage in a drawing session at one of the many free workshops at Tate Modern.

4 - Covent Garden
Watch the street entertainers in Covent Garden, where opera singers, human statues, death-defying acrobats and magicians dazzle the crowds.

5 - Platform 9 ¾ at King's Cross
Kids love Harry Potter so why not let them push a trolley through to Harry Potter’s magical world at the wall marked Platform 9 ¾ at King’s Cross.

6 - Natural History Museum
Meet a roaring T-Rex and feel the ground shake beneath your feet on the earthquake simulator at the Natural History Museum. Older children can use microscopes to examine specimens at the Investigate science centre.

7 - Science Museum
Goggle space rockets and giant steam engines at the Science Museum. Youngsters can get hands-on in multi-sensory areas, including The Garden (for kids aged three to six) and Pattern Pod (for under-eights).

8 - London Transport Museum
There's a family play zone for children aged 0-7 featuring mini-vehicles to climb into, and kids can repair a little tube train, sail the 'Thames Nipper', play in the lost property office and try musical instruments on busking spots.

9 - Battersby Park
The park's adventure playground is superb, with plenty of original and imaginatively-built features. The climbing structures, slides and high climbing nets present unusual challenges for children aged 5+, and there's a separate area for younger kids too.

10 - Crystal Palace Park
This is a very large park which is home to 30 full-scale, three-dimensional model dinosaurs built by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins in around 1854. The park also has a children's play area and a lake where you can hire small paddle boats. It has winding walks giving beautiful views over the park and also a gigantic leisure centre which has everything you could want from a sports centre!