Review of Family London by Jimi Famurewa

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Reviewed by:  Mojomums Kelly

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What they say: In recent years, London’s wider cultural renaissance (the resurgent culinary scene, its world-renowned museums, the areas jolted to life by the 2012 Olympics) has spilled over into an array of attractions that loudly proclaim their family-friendly credentials. But which ones are actually worth visiting? That’s where this book comes in…

 

For toddlers and teens and everything in between, there’s no better playground than the capital. Family London handpicks more than 100 unforgettable attractions in the city, including blockbuster days out, under-the-radar adventures, spectacular city farms, world-beating museums and child-friendly cafés.

What we say:  “Living so close to London, we do often hop on the train and just have a mooch around and this book offers so many ideas of places to visit that I wasn’t aware of…

 

Each page gives you an idea of the type of activities available at the destination, along with the address, website and phone number if applicable.

I think this is a great reference guide and perfect to pick up when you have a free day to visit the capital!”

 

Family London is published my Frances Lincoln, an imprint of The Quarto Group and is available from many good bookstores and online from Amazon.

 

 

 

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