Free Childrens Tours London – This Saturday and Sunday only!

London-Aquarium

Neverland Children’s Tours Is offering free review tours next week on the 18th and 19th of November.  Neverland Children’s Tours is an Innovative and new startup in London running tours for kids aged 8+ in London. Our tours offer childcare for families traveling to London and families who may need care to cover inset days and holidays periods. Our tours aim to bring together elements of London’s rich history as well as top sights and attractions in a way that is fun and active. Our tours offer structured art or craft activities, scavenger hunts as well as free play and time to socialize and make new friends. In order for us to ensure we have the balance right, we would love to hear from you after the tour with any suggestions or comments you may have. We would also love it if you could review us on trip advisor and in your blogs as we are working very hard to get our name out there your reviews could really help!

 

Review tours:

 

18th of November: Walk Like an Egyptian

Through scavenger hunts and silly games, the children will work in teams to explore the Egyptian section of the British Museum. Followed by a historical walk down to Southbank.

  • 9.30 am Meet and Greet at Russel Square park in Holborn – Please ensure children are wearing comfortable footwear and bring a bottle of water.
  • 1.30 Pickup from the Southbank playground – nearest tubes are Waterloo and embankment

 

London Aquarium

London Aquarium is a favorite for most Kids in London. At the London Aquarium, the children can explore the world of sharks, jellyfish and more.  This tour is great for kids wanting to meet new friends, socialize and explore with other children.

  • 2.00 pm meet and great at Southbank playground – nearest tubes are Waterloo and embankment
  • 5.00 pm Pick up at the Southbank playground

Children wanting to attend both tours need to bring a packed lunch.

hp650_product_1_media_gallery19th of November: Picture this – Lomography Workshop

Using Lomography’s fun and quirky analog film cameras the children will learn how to take a range of different artistic shots from double exposures to half shots, Bold colors and more. The children start the morning session with one camera and then in the afternoon switch to a different camera giving them the chance to explore both cameras capabilities. Our tour starts off at the Camden parkway gate of regents park where the children will be able to explore the gardens and shadows along the many pathways before heading up to Primrose Hill to gain a bird’s eye view of London. Our morning tour finishes off in Camden where the children can explore the gritty side of London’s rock n roll and Punk scene.  We ask that children staying on for the afternoon tour bring a packed Lunch which we will eat in Camden before departing for Kings cross. Walking down regents canal,  we will get the opportunity to take pictures of the Britons famous canal boats and learn about London’s Industrial canal system. Kings Cross has been recently remodeled into a creative entertaining hub. Here we will see the old industrial elements of King cross meet with bold splashes of color and graphic artwork and sculptures. Kings Cross is a great place for creating double exposed art pieces and exploring textures and shapes.

Morning workshop/tour:

  • 9.30 start at Parkway entrance to regents park
  • 1.00 Pick up at Camden Market – Near Cyberdog

Afternoon Workshop:

  • 2.00 Start at Camden Market – Near Cyberdog
  • 5.00 pm Pick up at Kings Cross

Children wanting to attend both the morning and afternoon workshop need to bring a packed lunch.

 

All tours are Limited at 8 children per tour.

Please let us know which tours you would like to come on and your child/children’s name, age, emergency contact information and any allergies or medical needs they may have.

 

 

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