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  • Lulubelles

    Could not be more kid friendly. Great options for adults and kids. Gets packed on the weekends.

  • Rainforest Cafe

    Touristy, expensive, and in Piccadilly so better for visitors than locals, but still, they have an amazing kids menu, the service was lightening fast and they asked about allergies upon our arrival (which I appreciate since I have an allergy kid)

  • Rainforest Cafe

    Touristy, expensive, and in Piccadilly so better for visitors than locals, but still, they have an amazing kids menu, the service was lightening fast and they asked about allergies upon our arrival (which I appreciate since I have an allergy kid)

  • Chili's

    It that isn't amazing, but kids eat free with an adult meal purchased during the week

  • Purple Cow

    Great sandwiches and burgers. Very kid friendly. Kids menu and crayons.

  • Purple Cow

    Great sandwiches and burgers. Very kid friendly. Kids menu and crayons.

  • Westfield Mall

    Has a kids play area (indoors) and really nice changing rooms and feeding rooms for nursing moms. The nursing room also has a tv to entertain other children while baby eats

  • Maggie and Rose

    Kids classes and drop in play times

  • Regents Park Zoo

    Fabulous (buy tickets online in advance)

  • Frae

    Frozen Yogurt, 100% natural and 100% fat free. It is amazing. ANd they have kid sizes and lots of fresh fruit toppings!

  • Pizza Express

    Good kids menu, fairly inexpensive, service can be slow, but they have high chairs and balloons.

  • Whole Foods Kensington

    The upstairs has many different dining options and there are moms and kids everywhere, lots of seating, highchairs and bathrooms

  • Gambado

    Crazy busy on the weekends, many kids running wild, not very relaxing for adults, but kids love it. Did not seem as clean as other places in London.

  • Gymboree

    Clean, large play area that offers free play in the afternoons.

  • Science Museum

    Has an amazing play area for kids down in the basement

  • The Rainforest Cafe

    Touristy, expensive, and in Piccadilly so better for visitors than locals, but still, they have an amazing kids menu, the service was lightening fast and they asked about allergies upon our arrival (which I appreciate since I have an allergy kid)

  • Byron

    Great burgers and good kids menu

  • Byron

    Great burgers and good kids menu

  • Byron

    Great burgers and good kids menu

  • Byron

    Great burgers and good kids menu

  • Byron

    Great burgers and good kids menu.

  • Byron

    Great burgers and good kids menu

  • Byron

    Great burgers and good kids menu

  • Byron

    Great burgers and good kids menu

  • Byron

    Great burgers and good kids menu

  • Byron

    Great burgers and good kids menu

  • Giraffe

    Great kids menu and alcohol selection for adults.

  • Giraffe

    Great kids menu and alcohol selection for adults.

  • Giraffe

    Great kids menu and alcohol selection for adults.

  • Giraffe

    Great kids menu and alcohol selection for adults.

  • Giraffe

    Great kids menu and alcohol selection for adults.

  • Giraffe

    Great kids menu and alcohol selection for adults.

  • Giraffe

    Great kids menu and alcohol selection for adults.

  • Giraffe

    Great kids menu and alcohol selection for adults.

  • Giraffe

    Great kids menu and alcohol selection for adults.

  • Giraffe

    Great kids menu and alcohol selection for adults.

  • Giraffe

    Great kids menu and alcohol selection for adults.

  • Hyde Park:

    The Diana memorial fountain is awesome - kids can play in the water on warm days.

  • Princess Diana Memorial Playground

    AMAZING! A huge wooden pirate ship is the amazing centrepiece of the Diana, Princess of Wales' Memorial Playground. This children's wonderland opened on the 30th June 2000, in memory of the late Princess. Located next to her Kensington Palace home, the playground is a fitting tribute for a Princess who loved the innocence of childhood.

  • Holland Park Playgrounds

    Two great playgrounds inside Holland Park.

  • Holland Park

    They have 2 amazing playgrounds, one for infants and toddlers and one for older kids and they have peacocks and coy pond.

  • Rosebud

    Good Italian restaurant. Has highchairs and was kid friendly. No kids menu but willing to make a small version if any menu item. Touristy and pricey but also very yummy.

  • Little Beans

    Great play space. Feels like kids thought this place up. Kids of all ages have fun here. They have a great cafe with adult and kid options and free parking on the street is available! Well done!

  • Explore and Much More

    Extremely well done play space. The best place to go in the neighborhood. And lulubelles is right next door for lunch. Wear socks! No reservation needed and they offer bday parties...

  • Green City Market

    Ok. Coming from London this can't compare to the farmers markets in the UK. Eggs were ridiculously expensive and we couldn't buy water from anyone despite lots of people selling ready to eat food. Loved by LP moms but there must be something better in the city, no?

  • Uncle Julios hacienda

    very kid friendly! Good options for kids to eat - with fruit. Also have crayons and plenty of high chairs.

  • Cafe Nordstrom

    Has a great selecting for kids and tons of high chairs/booster seats.

  • Goudy Square Playlot

    Very nice Playlot/park for kids of all ages. Baby swings, big kid swings, sandbox, slides,structures. Very well maintained.

  • Family Grounds Cafe

    Ok, wish it was bigger with more stuff for kids to play with. By far not the best indoor play space and it is really annoying to have to make a reservation to go there. Other indoor play areas in the area are much better.

  • Ymca-Metropolitan Chicago

    Not sure I would go to a play area here. Not the best spot in the city.

  • The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens

    great place for people of all ages. Bring a picnic and wander around. There are frequently activities just for kids within the gardens.

  • Dallas World Aquarium

    Great place to take kids. Start at the top and work your way down. Excellent restaurant/cafe in the basement.

  • Adams Playground

    Best in the city!

  • Cindi's

    Great breakfast and good service, but get there EARLY on the weekends.

  • Southport Grocery and Caf

    small and often very crowded, but for lunch on weekdays is a good option. Not a huge kids menu, but comes with carrot sticks and applesauce.

  • Uncommon Ground

    A good option for kids. Mostly organic healthy option with a friendly staff.

  • Bubbles Academy

    LOVE. these people have so much energy and know how to combine fun and educational activities for kids. Have classes for babies through 5 yr olds. Also have free play but times vary so call ahead. Free parking in a lot on Fremont with parking pass from Bubbles.

  • Chicago Children's Museum

    So much to do for kids of all ages. Expensive admission fees are worth the price.

  • Lincoln Park Zoo

    fabulous zoo and it's free

  • Museum of Contemporary Art

    This is not a place I would take my daughter (2 years). Older children who can control urges may appreciate it more, still as an adult though, I was nit overly impressed. There are better and bigger museums if you are looking to entertain children (and yourself).

 
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