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GO Kids & Families in South East London

Family Days Out in South East London There’s plenty of child-friendly venues in South East London and you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to the range of clothes shops, eateries and museums that welcome little ones.

Get out and about during your stay in the region and let your children’s imagination run wild with the great variety of inspiring activities on offer for youngsters.

Older children and teenagers have the chance to earn their stripes by participating in a range of well-organised watersports at The Surrey Docks Watersports Centre [map], Greenland Dock, Rope Street. This is their opportunity to try their hand at a wide selection of watersports from water-skiing to canoeing, assisted by experienced and respected tutors.

The Livesey Museum [map], Old Kent Road, offers primary school-aged children the chance to get involved with a variety of lively interactive exhibitions focusing on light, robots, art, words, and numbers. Workshops are held during school holidays and explore different themes about communication, science, electronics and the world around us.

If your little ones love seeing ritual torture and gruesome operations they’ll be delighted to venture into the bowels of The London Dungeon [map], Tooley Street, where they’ll come face to face with the nastier parts of 500 years of the past that somehow never seems to make it into history lessons. Look out for ghosts and ghouls as you step into the torturers chamber and choose your form of execution. Obviously, very young children or those with a nervous disposition should stay away from this venue.

If you have younger children and are looking for a far gentler environment head to the world-famous London Aquarium [map], located at County Hall, Riverside Building, Westminster Bridge Road.
Spend a day here with your youngsters who are invited to participate in a range of activities and see some of the oceans’ most unusual fish and mammals. Children have the opportunity to participate in feeding time and can even pet the friendly Rayfish.

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