Activities in London and the UK

Discover many activities and other great things to do in London for all people, young and old, as well as families with children and teenagers.

For inspiration on things to do in London with kids, take a look at these Tapsy family tours and excursions.

Find out more about parks and beautiful nature spots within the city of London.

Go Cotswolds provide tours of the Cotswolds with pick-ups from Leamington Spa, Stratford-upon-Avon and Moreton-in-Marsh rail stations all which have direct connections to London making their tour a popular day trip with visitors staying there.

Look out for the sculptress to HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, Frances Segelman, who can often be seen working in front of an audience. Frances is a naturally creative sculptor known for her unique ability to magically capture life-like renditions of her sitters.

A blog written in the French language for those who love London from across the Channel. offers a wealth of information about the Capitals famous monuments such as The Shard and much more.

One of the most popular attractions in the whole of London, Big Big has been magnificently captured by photographer Dave Simpson. View some of his fantastic work here.

Family Twist is entirely dedicated to families travelling with children and turn London into an educational and entertaining playground for children. Their private luxurious family-friendly activities, which include engaging cultural visits and hands-on workshops, create vacation memories that will be treasured by the whole family indefinitely.

Travel information and accommodation, restaurants, activities and businesses in London - City Centre.

London Parents is London's parenting website offering local info, advice and tips for parents, forum, recipes, online shop and friendly support.

Buy the Footloose in London DVD here, to see all the best sights of our Capital.

Border Game Angling is based on the river Eden in Cumbria and offers a professional fly casting tuition and guided fishing service which is available on a full time basis with fully qualified AAPGAI and FFF casting instructor Clive Mitchelhill.

Stonehaven is a coastal gem in the North East of Scotland. The sense of history, with the impressive ruined fortress of Dunnottar Castle, the awe inspiring views of the sea and harbour, the friendliness of the local people, combine to make Stonehaven a great place to visit.

All Things Greenwich is a directory of shops, restaurants in Greenwich and Blackheath, South East London.

Timebus is a friendly, family run, independent business that specializes in traditional former London buses of the 1950s to 1960s era, restored and maintained to the highest possible standards.

A sight not to be missed in London, known as Trooping The Colour. It is all the pageantry and spectacle of the annual Queen's Birthday Parade, held on Horse Guards Parade in London in June each year.

Visit the Essex Tourist Guide to discover nature and wildlife attractions as well as museums which all make a great day out with the children.

Babes About Town is a great place to start, a multiple award-nominated family, lifestyle and travel blog aimed at parents with young kids in London and beyond.

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