The first UK ‘Concept Store’ for children opened its doors in Parsons Green earlier this year.
Influenced by Parisian exclusive and quirky boutiques in the fashionable area of Le Marais, Bigoodi is the new destination where children can enjoy pampering and styling by the professional enthusiastic staff whilst parents enjoy a unique retail experience.
With its fun chairs, colourful playroom, individual TV sets, nail bar, quirky mirrors, fashion items, lovely accessories, games and many other surprises, Bigoodi is set to become the ultimate must-do destination for kids in London.
Visit Bigoodi at 52 New Kings Road, London, SW6 4LS.
3. Planet Hollywood
Planet Hollywood London is the best dining spot for families with hollywood fans. The place is star-studded with themed areas such as the Bond room, the British room and the trendy Cabana room. There are still lots of favourite pieces of memorabilia including R2D2 from the classic Star Wars films and much much more.
When dining with family, Planet Hollywood is an ideal venue for large or small groups, with parties easily accommodated, for either lunch or dinner too.
3. M&M'S World
Dedicated to the colourful fun of M&M'S Brand Chocolate Candies, M&M'S World London spans across four levels of pure shopping and activity excitement. Step inside and you'll discover an extraordinary array of gifts for all ages and interactive family fun waiting for you at every turn. There's even a giant wall of chocolate where you can create your own M&M'S selection from over 100 choices.
Visit M&M's world at 1 Swiss Court Westminster, London, WC2H 7DG (in Leicester Square).
4. London Dungeon
The London Dungeon is the original scare attraction in London and opened its doors to the public in 1975.
For over 37 years, The London Dungeon has been frightening people of all ages by bringing the darkest chapters of the capital’s blood-curdling history back to life through horrifying special effects, live actors and rides.
With 14 live shows, guests are transported to dark, bleak times from the Plague and the Great Fire of London to a visit with Fleet Street’s demon barber Sweeney Todd and a walk through Whitechapel where Jack the Ripper lurks around every corner.
Plus there’s a whole dungeon of scary fun to discover as a cast full of horrible characters bring London’s gory history to life PLUS three great rides; the 5D ghost hunting Vengeance, drop ride Extremis and Traitor: Boat Ride to Hell.
For those who like chills with their thrills – there is no other attraction in London that compares with The London Dungeon!
Visit London Dungeon 28-34 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2SZ
5. Hamleys Toy Store
Probably the greatest toy shop in the world, Hamleys, on Regent Street, has seven floors of toys to explore. Whether you want a classic game of monopoly or the Harry Potter themed Destination Hogwarts, you can buy the kids some of the most wonderful toys and games at Hamleys whilst experiencing a magical atmosphere. The staff will often dress up in costumes to entertain, and there are always lots of toy demonstrations, so you can try before you buy.
Visit Hamleys at 188 - 196 Regent Street, London, W1B 5BT FemaleFirst @FemaleFirst_UK
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