After moving to London a family often gets antsy looking for things to do and places to explore; when moving during the wintertime the list of possibilities is shortened dramatically. Rather than go stir-crazy inside one’s new flat after moving to London families of all ages and sizes should explore the London zoo. Many families moving to London look forward to exploring the city’s historical and cultural locations but the cold and rain keep them indoors. Cold weather or warm the zoo has plenty to offer all members of a family after the arduous process of moving to London.
Moving to London with children? Will they be able to make it in the big city? That could be the first question that crosses the minds of concerned parents when they know that they are going to be living in London with a young family. Yes. London is a busy cosmopolitan city, but somehow, in a way that is uniquely English, London also has a distinctly suburban and village feel at times. A lot of that has to do with the way that London has been divided into suburbs and boroughs. There are areas in the middle of London where you can be forgiven for thinking you are living in a small village in the heart of the English countryside.
As a Londoner for you to get your money’s worth when enjoying the sights in London you have to visit the tourist attractions. Living in London does not mean that you should not act like a tourist! You have a magnificent city laid out before you are you’re actually living there. Now get out of your London apartment, grab your camera and make like a tourist for the day.
Once you are well settled into your new London home, then you will want to get out and explore the city. Being indoors all the time, especially if you have little ones can make even the most patient person crazy, so why not head off for the day to visit some of the great, and child friendly attractions that London has to offer.