Check out our list of favourite child friendly pubs London has to offer, with an all-important garden to soak up the summer sunshine. Whether they have play areas with climbing frames, shaded terraces for babies or a fantastic kid’s menu, this list will make your life so much easier when choosing where to spend your Sunday afternoon. Just because you have little ones in tow doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a beer or two in the sun!
1. All Inn One, Forest Hill
All Inn One is the most child friendly pub in Forest Hill, thanks to its beautiful garden which little ones can roam about in. Local families flock there on a Sunday for their kids sized mini roast – delicious!
2. The Rosendale, Dulwich
A family friendly neighbourhood favourite, south Londoners will love this pub’s welcoming vibe and amazing garden. There’s a newly equipped play area with a climbing frame, ride on toys for toddlers and a fireman’s pole, plus table football, table tennis and boules for all ages. There are also plentiful highchairs, colouring books and crayons, plus delicious pizza served all day.
3. The Red Lion, Barnes
The Red Lion is a Fuller’s pub in Barnes close to the Thames Path walking route, so you can easily stroll here for lunch on a sunny day. The large garden and heated terrace has a kids play area and a ping pong table that will make it a hit with parents of young children.
4. The Duke of Kent, Ealing
Located on Scotch Common in Ealing, this family friendly pub has a fantastic award winning garden complete with children’s play area and colourful huts. They also run special children’s events throughout the week such as Hullabaloo Puppets Music Theatre for babies and under 4’s.
5. The Eagle, Shepherd’s Bush
Colourful beanbags, an outdoor bar, a burger shack and exclusive ‘garden sheds’ to hire, it really is the beer garden which is the highlight of this west London haunt. The ample outdoor space makes it one of the most child friendly pubs in London, and there’s a kids menu too with classic dishes like sausages & chips or tomato pasta.
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