I was only visiting London for three days but I wanted to make a stop at the London Zoo. It's huge so we spent almost an entire day there but it was a lot of fun. There are paths you can follow in order to see everything and the time just flies by. The Zoo is home to hundreds of species of animals, some of which I had never seen before (like penguins). The park is divided into different zones. There is one dedicated to cats, one to small mammals, there is an aquarium (which we did not go to since we had already visited the one in front of the London Eye, which was also beautiful), an area of reptiles and one for chimpanzees. Do not miss the close encounter with the gorillas (it is so clear that we come from them when you see them up close!) and the monkeys that say hello with their hands. In short, it is a great place to go with children for a day.
A 32 hectare park in the middle of the Isle of Dogs, this is a nice place to go to enjoy nature and the animals that live here near the skyscrapers of Canary Wharf. The perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of London.
This is a mixture of an art shop and art gallery. The art exhibitions are usually raw and aggressive, mixing references and visual materials. Do not forget to visit the facilities in the basement. Not ideal for sensitive stomachs.