People often ask me what to do with the children in London, so I’ve decided to split it up in to boroughs and wanted to start with my stomping ground, Chelsea.
Not many of my friends had babies when I had my first baba, so it was very much a case of research and recommendations. Within no time at all, I realised quite how much there is to do with your children wether it be a singing class, a gym class, cooking, or simply a stroll in a pretty park or a stop at the local Organic ice cream parlour.
I’ve pulled together my low-down on what to do with the little ones in Chelsea and I hope it’s of help. You’ll find a handy round-up of some great family-friendly places to eat in the area, fun places to play and explore, and the best places to shop. You can download and print this guide to take with you on your day out!
* The National Army Museum is undertaking a major redevelopment project called ‘Building for the Future’. This will see the radical redevelopment of the Chelsea building which will require it to close on 30 April 2014. A number of services will also be suspended in preparation for the project.
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Published October 2014
- Eating out
- Weather permitting