I can’t believe we are already in March. Time is flying besides the fact we had an extra day in February with the leap year in 2024.

Even though we are not quite there yet in terms of spring weather, you will certainly observe many trees blossoming already in London.

This is usually a good time to get your camera / phone ready and take amazing colourful pictures with your kids with lovely trees in the background.

I thought I should take you through a few attractions and activities that are worth doing with the kids in London for 2024.

Some of these activities need pre-booking, so make sure you pick a convenient date and secure your tickets in advance. Let’s go!

1. Balloon Museum

a great temporary exhibition around balloons in London perfect for families
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Due to phenomenal success, the Balloon Museum has extended visits until April 2024. Located not too far from Tower of London, the Balloon Museum is guaranteed to bring joy and happiness as soon as you enter the venue.

The immersive exhibition is set out on 5 floors where parents and their children discover different worlds surrounded by inflatable balloons including a ball pit.

Families past visitors said you could easily spend between 1 hour and 1 hour and half depending on the day of your visit.

Overall, the Balloon Museum is a great way to introduce contemporary art to your children with lots of fun interactions during the exploration.

Address: 1 Old Billingsgate Walk, London EC3R 6DX

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2. Art of the Brick

a great thing to do in March in London with kids
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“The Art of the Brick” is an renowned for his innovative use of LEGO® bricks as an artistic medium. The exhibition features a stunning collection of sculptures and artworks entirely constructed from LEGO® bricks.

You will find intricate replicas of famous artworks such as the Mona Lisa and Van Gogh’s Starry Night to original sculptures exploring themes of creativity, imagination, and human emotion. 

“The Art of the Brick” has been showcased in cities around the world, captivating audiences of all ages with its blend of nostalgia, creativity, and innovation.

So the fact it returns to London on the 6 March 2024 says a lot. It means the exhibition appeals to LEGO® enthusiasts, art lovers, and families alike, offering a unique and immersive experience that celebrates the power of imagination and the endless possibilities of artistic expression.

Address: The Boiler House, 152 Brick Lane, London, E1 6RU


3. Disney 100

Disney100 is a top activity to do in March in London with children
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We were lucky enough to visit Disney100 last year and we absolutely loved this unique exhibition around 100 years of Disney.

So I was totally surprised that the exhibition returns to London this month until end of April 2024

Clearly, this exhibition will appeal to every member of your family whether you are more into the Classic movies like Cinderella or more modern features like Star Wars.

You can expect to spend up to 90 minutes at the venue starting by learning about the origins of Disney and the famous Mickey Mouse.

The exhibition Disney 100 is full of artefacts and memorabilia that are too many to mention.

But I can guarantee you will snap lots of photos with your phone. Enjoy while it lasts!

Address: ExCeL London, Royal Victoria Dock 1, Western Gateway, E16 1XL


4. Wonderlab at Science Museum

things to do in march in london with children
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When visiting Wonderlab at the Science Museum in London, prepare for an exhilarating exploration of science like never before.

Step into a world of wonder and discovery where hands-on exhibits, interactive displays, and immersive experiences ignite curiosity and spark the imagination.

From mind-bending optical illusions to electrifying demonstrations showcasing the wonders of physics, Wonderlab offers a thrilling journey through the marvels of scientific phenomena.

Wonderlab sparks curiosity and encourages children to ask questions about the world around them. It fosters a sense of wonder and exploration, igniting a lifelong love of learning in young minds.

The exhibits at Wonderlab align with school curriculums and provide valuable educational experiences outside of the classroom.

Families can supplement their children’s learning in a dynamic and engaging environment.

Address: Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London SW7 2DD

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5. Bluey at Kew Gardens

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I bet your children love the animated character Bluey. The Australian show featured on Disney+ will be the main theme of lots of activities happening at Kew Gardens end of March until 14 April 2024.

Your children will love meeting Bluey and interact with their peers while discovering the gardens.

Expect to find lots of games and plays during the Easter holiday with happy kids all around Bluey characters.

Pre-booking your entry to Kew Gardens is highly advisable.

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6. SEA LIFE Aquarium

SEA LIFE London is among the best aquariums to see in Europe
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If you fancy a few hours educating your children with the marine life, you simply cannot miss a visit at Sea Life Aquarium near the London Eye.

The aquarium features interactive exhibits that allow visitors to get up close to a wide variety of marine creatures, including sharks, rays, turtles, jellyfish, and more.

Interactive touch pools provide hands-on learning experiences for children, enhancing their understanding of marine life.

The aquarium is designed to accommodate families with children of all ages. Stroller-friendly pathways, child-friendly exhibits, and designated family zones ensure a comfortable and enjoyable experience for everyone.

In a nutshell, Sea Life London Aquarium is easily accessible and convenient to visit as part of a family day out in the city.

Address: Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd, London SE1 7PB


7. Sunny Sunday at Spitalfields Market

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Pending the sun is out, strolling in Spitalfields Market and explore the surroundings like Brick Lane and Shoreditch is a great day out in London for families.

Usually, you always hear about Camden Market, but you can also have lots of fun exploring the different stalls at Spitalfields Market.

The market offers a wide variety of stalls selling everything from clothing and accessories to unique handmade crafts and artisanal goods. Families can browse and shop for vintage clothes or treasure lost vinyl records.

Let’s not forget the endless list of restaurants where you can have lunch with your family such as St. John Bread and Wine, Pho or The Real Greek.

Address: 65 Brushfield St, London E1 6AA

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things to do in London with children in March


There you have it! I hope you have enough ideas to fill your weekends with your kids exploring different corners of London. Let us know which exhibition was your favourite. Enjoy!


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