1086, Westfield, Ariel Way, White City, London W12 7SL, UK – 0844 800 5147
Wow has this place has a makeover or what ?! Almost totally unrecognisable from this tine last year when l last reviewed it. It's not bigger just brighter, better organised, easier to manuouvre in, more interactive, more inclusive of all family members ( parents get bored too !! ) a much more enjoyable experience all round. They have 'Entertainers' in there demonstrating slime, making balloon models and welcoming you into store. Its West Londons abswer to Hamleys. With all the current sales promotions and competitions l can't see how John Lewis can compete. Well done marketing. Particularly impressive was the member of staff helping out a shy child at the 'Selfie Mirror'. She was patient, kind and encouraging. This is also a great place to spend pocket money or buy gifts on a budget with gift wrap on hand by the counter. This Nana was seriously ' entertained' by watching everyone else get excited about slime !!!!
Great selection for toys
1081, Westfield London, Ariel Way, Shepherd's Bush, London W12 7GF, UK – 020 8749 1059
Always friendly staff. Always great new products. Fun to play guess the price on the big kits and also play which feels nice when putting your hands in the pots of certain bricks. Always worth a look. Love LEGO
Love the store. Staff is really friendly as always. My son loves to build stuff while is there and always gets a bit of help as he is still 4 but a bit too ambitious :)
The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Rd, Kensington, London SW7 5BD, UK – 020 7942 5494
I've always loved this place, ever since I was about four. I always used to nag my parents to take me here. Returning as an adult, I wasn't disappointed. I'd happily revisit time and again. It's great for kids and adults and there are loads of informative and interesting exhibits. The balance is good too making it accessible to all, regardless of the extent of your knowledge prior to entering.
An amazing museum. Not only is it beautiful but its well maintained, the exhibits are flawless and the guest exhibits are spectacular. Highly reccomend the wildlife photographer of the year. Such an inspiring exhibit year after year. Free to enter the main museum but the guest exhibits charge, check the website for details. You can bring your own food, there is a picnic area for this, there is a secure cloakroom for you to use (payment required) and the shop has literally everything you could want from pocket money souvenirs to £2000 crystals. Best museum in the country by far!