Est. 1985

The Family Vacation in London

  • Southbank Millenium Bridge with St Paul's Cathedral © Michael Heffernan, London and Partners, England's Historic Cities

    Southbank Millenium Bridge with St Paul's Cathedral © Michael Heffernan, London and Partners, England's Historic Cities EXPIRES 27.11.2020
  • London skyline with Piccadilly Circus Eros statue at dusk © Julian Love, London and Partners, visitlondon.com

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  • Diagon Alley, Warner Harry Potter tour

    Diagon Alley, Warner Harry Potter tour
  • Memorial gardens of Christ Church university college with Christ Church cathedral church in the background ©VisitEngland Experience - Oxfordshire

    Memorial gardens of Christ Church university college with Christ Church cathedral church in the background ©VisitEngland-Experience-Oxfordshire
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Exciting London is great for families!

Travelling with children is exciting, difficult, tiring and wonderful! We know the biggest challenge on a family trip is keeping the kids entertained. Luckily enough, Our Family Vacation in London offers plenty of activities to suit travellers of all ages and it’s rewarding to see your children getting as much joy out of a city as you do. A day tour can include Harry Potter sights, fortified castles, park picnics, river cruises and much more!


Itinerary Summary

Day 1

Welcome to England

Arrive at Heathrow Airport where your chauffeur will meet you and take you to Windsor for a leg stretch after an overnight flight. Collect a free family multimedia tour and listen to the timeless tutor Horace and his pupil Tommy.  They will introduce you to the many magical characters that live at the Castle. Look out for Queen Mary’s dolls’ house and Henry VIII’s armour! Arrive at London and check-in to your centrally located hotel. The rest of the day is free to rest and relax.

Day 2

Discovering London

Your driver-guide will pick you up from the hotel and take you on a panoramic tour of London stopping at the railway stations of Paddington Bear and Harry Potter! After lunch, you will visit Tower of London with 900 years of royal history and see the collection of Crown Jewels which includes the largest diamond in the world. Then take a river Thames cruise down to London pier and finish your day with a trip on the London Eye, the tallest observation wheel in Europe.

Day 3

Warner Bros Studios

After breakfast, you will travel to the North of London to see the Making of Harry Potter at Warner Bros. Studios. You will have the chance to go behind-the-scenes and see many things the camera never showed. Discover the actual Great Hall, and explore Dumbledore’s office; walk the famous cobbles of Diagon Alley, knock on the door of 4 Privet Drive, climb on the Knight Bus, sit in the flying car, and even try a butterbeer! Afternoon is at leisure.

Day 4

Harry Potter’s Oxford and Warwick Castle

Today your driver-guide will take you to Oxford for a walking tour and a visit to Christ Church College where you will learn about Harry Potter and Alice in Wonderland. After lunch at the Eagle and Child, you will travel to Warwick Castle.  Explore the castle, see the falconry displays and watch a mighty medieval siege engine launch its deadly cargo. Older children may want to visit Shakespeare Houses instead.

Day 5

Free day in London

Enjoy a free day exploring London on your own. You might want to visit Shrek’s Adventure or Madame Tussauds. Don’t forget to stop at Hamleys, the oldest toy shop in the world! Alternatively, we can arrange a private tour of the British Museum or Natural History Museum.

Day 6

Free day in London

Today is another free day in London before getting ready for your final night at the theatre watching the magnificent Matilda the Musical.

Day 7

Home Time

Private transfer to Heathrow Airport for your return flight home.


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