I will be traveling to London with my 9 month old. Does anyone have any recommendations for infant-friendly activities and restaurants? Basically, places we could take a stroller into. Many thanks
The parks are nice, lots of nice paved paths to push stroller through.
A baby that age it really doesn't matter where you go, they don't care much, give them some crackers and a juice cup and you can pretty well take that stroller and babe anywhere,, LOL
" infant friendly" activities,, well after three kids that to me encompasses spreading a blanket out and putting out their toys and sitting down with them,, so as I said, pretty well any park on a nice day..
I'll be travelling with a six month old. I was trying to find out whether a stroller would be allowed in the National Gallery and found that they have storytime for under-5s every Sunday. Didn't see anything about the stroller but you could check it in the cloakroom and use a carrier. That's what I will do.
Victoria and Albert: from their website (had to search "pushchairs")
Nearly all toilets have baby change facilities - look for the baby change symbol on the Museum map.
The V&A is spread over seven levels and a number of interconnecting buildings. The Museum map shows which routes are non-accessible for pushchairs due to steps, but please ask a member of staff if you need help at any time.
Restaurants: hmm. Suggest: Pizza Express, wagamama pret a manger. All will likely have high ambient noise levels so baby won't stand out.
Oh, almost forgot: the London Zoo is great!!!