Cheap Family-Friendly Alternatives for Bank Holiday Weekend

London day outThis weekend is going to offer plenty of enjoying moments to spend with the family. As the bank holiday weekend is around the corner, starting on Saturday, May 28, 2016, run till Monday, May 30, 2016. Obviously, every one of us would be planning to make most of it by having some wonderful family moments. To avoid unplanned and unpleasant outings, we have compiled a list of budget family-friendly alternatives in London for you. So, just have a look at it and let us know your opinion!

London Eye
To visit and view the impressive site of river Thames, London eye is the best place to visit. It will cost on the day £80 for a family of four members. Every year it comes up on the list of most visited places in the city.

Tower of London
A place with the unique history, the ravens, the Crown Jewels, and the Architecture, we’d argue surely worth visiting once. It’s certainly for many, not an expensive trip. By booking ahead it would cost five of you (2 adults = 3 kids) £57.40 £3.30 less than the normal fee £60.70.

London Zoo / Battersea Park
Again, there are opportunities to save if you book in advance for the famous London Zoo. And it is a suitable option for a splendid family trip. But for couples with younger kids on board, we recommend trying Battersea Park Zoo, where you can see emus, goats, squirrel monkeys, otters, meerkats, donkeys, lemurs and more for a smaller price £29.

As a matter of facts, the fun never ends in London there are some other plenty of low price family-friendly day out alternatives. Some of the others are; London Aquarium £80.80, KidZania £95, Sky Garden £0 or View from the shard cost around £111 and if you have missed the Kids Week or TKTS The Lion King is still available to be enjoyed by only spending £300.80.

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