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Springbank Park
#1 of 72 things to do in London
Great place to walk or ride your bike on the pathways through the park.. Storybook Gardens is part of the park and although there is an admission fee (but well worth it)it's a terrific place for family fun (famili...
A wonderful place for picnics, feeding the ducks and swans and a trip to Storybook Gardens, with plenty of activity for the kids and ice skating in the winter too!
Victoria Park
#3 of 72 things to do in London
I see business people come, children, couples, families, pets of all kinds, very well kept, very clean, lots of space to find somewhere to just chill and relax.
Beautiful park and a quiet place to spend a few hours chatting with friends and family with young children, listening to festival music, lots of eating places at a walking distance.
Budweiser Gardens
#2 of 72 things to do in London
Was just at the Budweiser Gardens for the Ice Age on Ice show with Autism children and their families... what an amazing opportunity for us!! thank you! you are very hospitable.
Seating can be a bit difficult to get to if you've got kids and snacks, drinks etc.... would recommend getting to your seats and then someone go get the snacks if possible.
Fanshawe Pioneer Village
#5 of 72 things to do in London
... the blacksmith was working also the sawmill was in use, great wee place to visit, we sat outside for a coffee at pinic tables, an open space for children to run about in, perfect for a picnic there, worth a visit
The play was steeped in folklore and family traditions ... and I believe we will try to make this outing a family tradition of our own, by looking forward to returning next year!
Storybook Gardens
#11 of 72 things to do in London
I use to go as a child, I thought I would take my kids and they loved it, it sure has changed since I was there but its great good value to get it and great value for tickets, loved every minute of the park
Truly a fun place to bring a young family for some fun.Rides,splash pad and massive play ground.Friendly staff and well maintained grounds will ensure a fun and pleasurable day for all.
Gibbons Park
#12 of 72 things to do in London
Wide open green spaces, tons of trees, tennis courts, public swimming pool, water park for kids, new TVP trails, river, public washrooms, picnic pavilion, etc. Visit, relax and enjoy!
This park offers activities for small children, good hiking trails along the river, and peaceful moments.
Covent Market
#9 of 72 things to do in London
I can select one of my favorite tea.it is a good place to spend at least two hours with your family and friends.
We spent two hours in here taking it all in, even the kids loved it!
The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum
#10 of 72 things to do in London
The grounds and buildings are well maintained and getting to see military personal doing drills on site was a big plus for the kids!
Full of military history ... it should be a required place to tour for every school kid in the area!
East Park
#20 of 72 things to do in London
It turns on once every 30 min for 10 min and the waves are big enough to enjoy - The splash pad has tons of activities for little kids and water toys for older kids as well.
just great family valued fun there is some thing for all ages if your traveling to London with your family check it out
Jet Aircraft Museum
#18 of 72 things to do in London
Recommended for all individuals including kids; certainly excited and a memorable experience!
Westminster Ponds
#19 of 72 things to do in London
Take the kids or just yourself for a little hike.
London's Farmers Market
#16 of 72 things to do in London
Great for families and pretty much everyone!
Sifton Bog
#21 of 72 things to do in London
It was great as a child to have the definitive expert on the bog living in your neighborhood, Dr. Judd from the UWO Zoology department was a busy, quiet man that provided with clarity answers to any questions one...
St. Paul's Cathedral
#14 of 72 things to do in London
Play Away Indoor Park
#26 of 72 things to do in London
My daughter loves (which is all that really matters to me! Bonus lots of space for parents to sit and chill and open concept you can see your kid at all times!
Our kids also loved the bags of popcorn – that was a fantastic touch and for $1/bag, you can’t beat it.
London Children's Museum
#24 of 72 things to do in London
Our kids ages 1 and 3 found something to enjoy in EVERY new setting: dinosaur caves, old fashioned school and kitchen, a kid-sized town, indoor playground, ice fishing in the Arctic, and a space area complete with...
If you live in the London area and are looking for a relatively inexpensive membership for young kids, I'd highly reccomend this place.
Komoka Provincial Park
#25 of 72 things to do in London
You will see wild deer and lots of birds woodpeckers eagles hawks etc!! Great family adventure!!
Fanshawe Conservation Area
#27 of 72 things to do in London
This place is great, Lots to do with the whole family, mind ya most sites dont have grass if it rains it gets muddy but the kids loved it, will be returning this weekend
The Walter J. Blackburn Memorial Fountain
#35 of 72 things to do in London
Our three kids had fun running through the surrounding park and played on the riverbed and looked for snails.
Kidscape Indoor Playground
#64 of 72 things to do in London