Monday, May 23, 2011

Have Fun At Off-beat Places With Your Family In London

The daily tiresome work and hectic schedule is a thing, from which everyone wants to come out. At some point of time we all need break from our mundane and stressful business life. What a better way than to take luxury short breaks and add spice to our otherwise monotonous life. If you are also getting bored of your routine work and searching a chance to relax and rejuvenate in the lap of natures beauty and serenity, then one name automatically arise in ones mind is the great city of Britain, London.

With a glittering skyline dominated by modern architectures along with the treasure of historical palaces, towers, magnificent cathedrals and bridges, London is the city where vibrant traditions come to life together. A holiday in London always sounds very exciting and remarkable and if you are especially with your family then your enjoyments gets doubled.

London is a great place to visit, offering numerous attractions, museums, parks and historical buildings and landmarks worth seeing. There are plenty of London hotels UK located near parks, museums, exclusive neighborhoods, and prime locations. But from the usual madness and bustling spots, what places can the whole family visit in London? So there are some off-beat spots which are not so popular among tourists but are really good and family-friendly for a family trip to London.

The list of family friendly places in London are-

  1. The Charles Dickens Museum in London
    Charles Dickens, how can a person in your family forget his name, let be your children or any adult member, all will be curious to know about him. So ideal for family travel, informative and child friendly, Charles Dickens Museum is a great museum, holding the worlds most important collection of paintings, rare editions, manuscripts, original furniture and other items relating to the life and work of Dickens.Housed in the a typical Georgian terraced house which was Charles Dickens' home, this museum is Charles Dickens' home from March 25th , 1837 to December 1839. Mainly famous among children for Dickens fan, this museum provides information regarding Charles Dickens life and his work.
  2. Sherlock Holmes Museum
    Being opened in the year 1990, Sherlock Holmes Museum is a popular privately-run museum, ideally situated in Baker Street. Popular among all the members of a family, this museum is something for which all family members tend to agree upon. Mostly famous for the Doyle novels, this little museum is dedicated to the fictional detective.
  3. Dan Dare and the Birth of Hi-Tech BritainBeing on a trip to this hi-tech city of Britain in London, this is something which should never be missed out. As science and technology sights mostly appeal to most of the families. This exhibition in Science Museum ends in last week of October. Focusing on various technologies and innovations which helped UK in its development, this exhibition is really very fruitful and informative for a family to obtain knowledge about Britain.
  4. Royal artillery Museum
Last but not the least, may be this ideal place may not be liked by all of the family members. But still the Royal Artillery Museum was another spot that appealed to most family members, be it for its cultural value, its uniquely British appeal or just a boyish love for anything artillery related. Not only the boring guns and ancient weapons, this museum has something for younger people also. For the young ones, check out the paintball range within the premises. And including in this for child fun and enjoyment, it also offers to host childrens parties.

Not just only this, for accommodation needs, there are plenty of family hotels in London located near parks, museums, exclusive neighborhoods, and prime locations. These London hotels are family-friendly and child-friendly as well. Equipped with all modern facilities, these family hotels offer the comforts and privacy of a home.

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