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National Army Museum in Chelsea: Free interactive learning for children

The National Army Museum in Chelsea, recommended by Laura from London Baby, is a great spot for toddlers and children of all ages.

Discover adventure, banish boredom and unleash imagination. The Kids Zone is a free interactive learning and play space featuring forest, castle, construction, reading, art activity and board-game areas.

Bring all your troops – the Kids Zone is tailored for children under 10, including a soft-play area for babies.

There is a cafe on site, or you can bring a packed lunch.

Written by Janis P.


  1. The Kids Zone is the single best indoor play space in London … and it is free. The space is amazingly well looked after, really clean and very safe. The space is great, no steps, ample space to park your push chair, toilets are easily accessible (just off the room that holds the Kids Zone), and you can buy a coffee and drink it while you watch your children play. The middle of the room is a great soft play area for babies. There is a kitchen, art area, book area and dressing up. The best parts are the climbing frames that surround the play space. Little ones can find the climbing frames challenging and get stuck inside and you have to climb in and help them. This can be tricky with two children, but the space is really safe and they can have a great indoor play. The caveat – there are only 20 spaces and tickets are allocated on arrival. The rest of the museum is good for toddlers, with lots of things to interact with, in case you do not get a ticket.

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