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Tuesday 8 April 2008 11.23am
Hi all

Have a friend visiting London in August with two 12 year old boys in tow.

Any suggestions for places to visit? (have ear marked Imperial War Museum and HMS Belfast)

Thanks
Tuesday 8 April 2008 11.47am
A play at the Unicorn Theatre (assuming they are not too old or cool for that)?
Tuesday 8 April 2008 1.52pm
The science museum?
Tuesday 8 April 2008 4.54pm
The Golden Hinde (near Borough Market)?
Otherwise tak a boat to Greenwich, visit the National Maritime Museum (great uniforms & a fantastic simulator) and the Planetarium, have some fried fish at the Trafalgar Tavern...

Froggy
Tuesday 8 April 2008 5.29pm
Namco at County Hall, not very cultural but a 12 year old's heaven!
Tuesday 8 April 2008 5.30pm
Some great suggestions - thanks!

(anymore??)
Tuesday 8 April 2008 5.33pm
London Bridge Experience / London Dungeon? ... if you can afford to spend two days queuing and/or second mortgage

London Transport Museum?

RFH or at least the skateboarding bit underneath

Rock climbing on Bermondsey St (More London end)

Outdoor play/film at The Scoop (bound to be one then)

Imax cinema
Tuesday 8 April 2008 5.39pm
Ice-skating in August? Queens Ice Skating near Bayswater, open all year round plus there's a bowling alley too.
Tuesday 8 April 2008 6.34pm
My family went on a Ducktour (when they were still Frogtours) and it was BRILLIANT (no connection other than thoroughly enjoyed it)
Tuesday 8 April 2008 8.23pm
Don't forget you can get discounts with the Oystercard. http://www.tfl.gov.uk/microsites/oysteroffers/attractions/
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