Holidays are on the horizon and most people will be planning to celebrate their valuable holidays in some foreign countries. When it comes to the ideal tourist destinations to enjoy your family holidays, one of the coveted options is London. Do you know that kids under 5 years can access most of the attractions as well as the public transportation here for free of cost? Plus, most subways and metro stations offer step-free access to the streets so that you can carry your toddler in their strollers.
Additionally, there are numerous family-friendly attractions here including parks, children’s disco, petting zoo, etc., that can make your holidays with little ones a tantrum-free affair. However, do you love to steer away from the usual attractions or loves to explore the secret places in the English capital city on your London private tours? Some of those hidden gems in London that you can explore with your kids are listed below. The best part is that most of these attractions or tourist spots will cost you just less than 5 euros.
Secret Green Spaces
One of the best green spaces in south London where you can venture to keep from the heavy traffic, pollution, and the hustle and bustle of the city is the fenced garden of Brockwell Park. The garden brimming with seasonal flora will be a visual spectacle for all the visitors. Plus, you can find a few ample hiding and hangout spots as well at this heavenly place.
The crowd at this place will be relatively low and hence, you can wander around the garden at your own pace and spot amazing beehives, colorful blooms, etc., on your way. Additionally, explore the only working windmill in London; the Brixton windmill in the village. On top of that, you can enjoy flavorful burgers at the nearby restaurants. Note that the Brixton village is regarded as the birthplace of burgers.
This is the first authentic Hindu temple in Great Britain. BAPS Shri Swaminarayan temple is located in Neasden at the end of the jubilee line. Built in 1995, this temple is constructed entirely using traditional materials and methods making it stand out from the secular buildings here.
The temple mainly consists of a shrine made using Bulgarian limestone and hand-carved Italian marble, a permanent exhibition to understand Hinduism and its ideals, an assembly hall, bookstall, gymnasium, and some offices. This temple is a must-visit option for all the architecture enthusiasts and history lovers out there. The best part is you can explore this holy place for free of cost. You can also enjoy tasty vegetarian dishes from the nearby restaurants.