Mile End Climbing Wall
Plan your visit to Mile End Climbing Wall, where kids aged 7-17 can enjoy a fun-filled 1.5 hour rock-climbing session guided by engaging, highly-qualified instructors. Kids can try out their rope or bouldering methods while you relax on-site and watch them explore this exciting indoor adventure.
When? Open 7am – 10pm Mondays through Fridays & 9am – 8pm Saturdays and Sundays.
How much? From £7 for children, £10 concession and £14 for adults
How to get there? Take the train to Fenchurch Street, walk 5 minutes to Tower Hill and take the District line to Mile End, which is a short walk from Mile End Climbing Wall.
The Crystal Maze Live
The live experience of the beloved 90’s show, Crystal Maze, is back and bigger than ever. This stunning immersive experience will have the whole group working through tricky challenges. Work your way through 4 different zones, testing your skills and solving all of the puzzles and mysteries in your 75 minutes of frantic fun. Aimed towards the slightly older kids, with the 9 upwards age limit, this is the perfect family and friend experience during this school holiday.
When? Slots are available from 2:30pm – 9pm Tuesday and Wednesday, 9am – 9pm Thursday – Saturday and 9am – 6pm Sundays. Closed Mondays
How Much? Tickets cost from £53 per person with a family ticket.
How to get there? Take the c2c train to West Ham and change for Jubilee Line to Green Park. Then you will have a short 10-minute walk to Piccadilly Circus.
Go Ape Battersea
Look no further than Go Ape for a fun-filled family day out. The forest experience in Battersea Park boasts magnificent views of the big city as well as the gorgeous park. Thrillseekers will be blown away by their activities including a Nets Adventure, Treetop Challenge, zip-lining, buzzing playground and even a Pirate Ship! There’s something for everyone at this amazing outdoor experience.
When? Open 10:00am to 5:15pm Tuesday – Friday and 9:00am – 5:15pm during weekends. Closed Mondays.
How much? Tickets from £23
How do I get there? Take the c2c train to Fenchurch Street, then the Circle/District Line to Sloane Square. Battersea Park is only a 10 minute taxi/bus ride away
Watch the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play
Discover the magic of the Wizarding World with Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the award-winning play where we rejoin Harry, Ron, and Hermione as they’re back on a thrilling adventure joined by a new generation of wizards. Enjoy the magic with the whole family. Recommended for children above the age of 10.
When? Plays are running until October 2023. Performance times are Wednesday, Friday and Saturdays: Part One – 2pm, Part Two – 7pm. Sundays: Part One – 1pm, Part Two – 6pm
How much? This is a two-part play, so ticket prices start from £15 bought separately or £30 for both parts together
How to get there? Take the c2c train to Fenchurch Street, and walk 10 minutes to Bank station. From there, you can take the Central line to Tottenham Court Road station which is a quick walk to the Palace Theatre.
Sea Life London Aquarium