Days Out With Under 5's
Hop on board to explore what life was like at sea and during the war. With 9 decks to climb you can take full advantage of sitting in the captains chair, navigating the only European surviving Second World War ship.
With 360 degree views of London and engine rooms 15ft below sea level, your little one will have endless fun.
HMS Belfast is accessible to parents with prams, pushchairs and strollers throughout ‘2’ deck, the main passage way through the ship where the crew’s living areas are found. Large bags or suitcases are no200t permitted on board.
On board HMS Belfast there are two sets of toilets, one to the front of the ship and one to the back.
London Bridge. Exit the station via the Tooley St exit and walk through Hays Galleria towards the River Thames, HMS Belfast is moored between London Bridge and Tower Bridge.
Child Ticket: £7.70
Concession Ticket: £12.35
Adult Ticket: £15.45
( Ticket Prices include a voluntary donation)
March-October 10am-6pm ( Last admission 5pm)
November-February 10am-5pm ( Last admission 4pm)
London Transport Museum
Who's toddler is not fascinated with public transport. Why not turn there fascination into a reality. With the new all aboard family play zone, toddlers gets the opportunity to repair a mini tube train and to get in the drivers seat of a real bus and make real announcements.
All toilets, including accessible toilets, and baby changing facilities are available on the ground floor.
Covent Garden, Leicester Square, Holborn, Embankment, Charing Cross
Charing Cross and Waterloo Mainline Stations
Strand or Aldwych (RV1, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 139)
Child Ticket: Under 18’s go free
Adult Ticket: £16.00-£17.50
Monday – Sunday 10am-6pm
Tumbling Bay Playground
The grounds of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is the home to an incredible kids playground called Tumbling Bay. There is plenty to explore here, from pools, sandpits, tree houses, wobbly bridges, as well as slides, swings and outside space.
Alongside the playground is the Timber lodge community center and cafe. This is where parents and kids can be spoilt for choice with fresh and home cooked food and drinks.
Along the promenade at the south of the Park there are toilet facilities at all venues.
Tube & Train:
The nearest stations are Stratford station and Stratford International station, both of which are in Zone 2/3 and provide step-free access from entrance to platform
The 388 bus runs between Blackfriars in central London and Stratford City near the station entrance, going through the Park and stopping at the Copper Box Arena and Westfield Avenue near the London Aquatics Centre.
Monday – Sunday 9am-5pm
Discover Children's Story Centre
Hidden in the heart of Stratford East London for children aged 0 to 11, this hidden gem is a must visit for families and friends. Focused on story building and imagination, children can explore the indoor exhibition or venture outside into the story garden or with the space monster Hootah.
The onsite café serves a range of hot and cold food. If you have any allergies or special dietary requirements, please speak to a member of café staff who will do their best to accommodate you.
You are welcome to bring your own food and drink into Discover.
The café on the First Floor, next to the Storytelling Space.
There is buggy parking available on the Ground Floor. You are welcome to take your buggy into our café or garden, however for health and safety reasons buggies and pushchairs are not allowed into the Story World or exhibition.
Underground & Rail:
The nearest stations are Stratford High Street (DLR), and Stratford which is served by the Central and Jubilee lines, as well as the DLR, Overground and main line services to and from Liverpool Street
25, 86, 108, 425, D8, 257, 308, 104, 238, 241, 262, 158, 473, 276, UL1 and 69.
To help you plan your journey visit the Transport for London website.
Children Under 2 Go Free
Child Ticket: £6.50
Family Ticket: £22.00
Concessions Ticket: £5.50
Adult Tickets: £6.50
Monday – Sunday 10am-5pm
Sea Life London Aquarium
Come and visit the sea life aquarium which is home to one of Europe’s largest collections of marine life. With more than 500 species, 14 themed zones and more than 2 million litres of water. Take a fascinating journey to the depths of the ocean to discover a magical world under water.
Baby-changing facilities are located in all toilets except for the male toilets at the end of Rainforest Adventure. Ask a member of staff for the nearest baby changing facilities on your visit.
Children under the age of 3 visit for free. There is no buggy park facility but you are welcome to take your buggy into the attraction.
The nearest train station is Waterloo. From Waterloo follow the exit signs for the South Bank and walk towards the Coca-Cola London Eye. SEA LIFE London Aquarium is in County Hall, next to the Coca-Cola London Eye.
Westminster Bridge Road, take the 12, 53, 59, 76, 148, 159, 211 or 341
Child Ticket: £20.40
Adult Ticket: £26.00
VIP Ticket: £40.00
Shark Experience: £80.00
Tuesday to Sunday 9:30am-6pm