URBAN Chic’s Top Attractions for Family in The February Half Term!

Written by Sophia – 9 years old native Londoner


London has remarkable activities for you and your family to do in the holidays. It is incredible what London has done over the years but the ones you will find below is our TOP 10 attractions…


  1. Shrek’s Adventure London:

Shrek’s Adventure is super fun! You are guaranteed to have a journey of entertainment throughout your adventure.


  1. Go Ape:

At Go Ape you will experience zip-lines and tree top challenges. It might be a bit too high and scary for children under 9 years old. Maybe when your birthday comes around, you could do your party here!


  1. Big Bus Tour:

Get on and off and visit London’s most cultural landmarks. Learn more about sights in London with help from your big bus tour guides!


  1. London Transport Museum:

Discover London’s transport past by visiting the London Transport Museum. If you are interested in cars, taxis, buses, and trains I highly recommend this. They even have a treasure hunt! You need to go around the museum and collect your stamps!


  1. Clip And Climb:

Clip And Climb is a load of fun!!! You will have a choice of walls to climb and when you are finished an instructor will come and help you detach your harness.


  1. Oxygen Trampoline Park:

You will experience trampolining, soft play and lots more! The limit for Oxygen is five and above. Parents are welcome to go to but if they would like they could stay in the cafeteria.


  1. Hampton Court Palace:

Did you know that tourists have been visiting Hampton Court Palace for over 200 years! The Palace now dates to 1515. The great Hall was used in the Christmas season of 1603 and was used as a stage for William Shakespeare’s company to preform to King James the 1st.


  1. Jurassic World the Exhibition:

Observe the closest scientists will ever get to dinosaur’s and walk through the scenes of the Jurassic world movies. You cannot miss this opportunity it only goes on until the 18th February 2024!


  1. Hamilton the Theatre prediction:

Hamilton is based on the story of Alexander Hamilton the founding father of the USA.

Hamilton was written by Lin-Manuel Miranda.


  1. Everyman Cinema:

If you are looking for a more relaxed activity see what’s on and enjoy popcorn, sweets and chocolates.


We hope we have given you some ideas to do in the holidays!