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Around London and the things we do

Welcome to the friends of the Regent palace page for things that we do in London. We will add to this section and people can send the things they like to do by clicking here

Museum of Childhood

Last week end my wife turned to me and said we are all going to the Museum of Childhood! I looked gloomy, less gloomy when she said its free entry. Now its not often that I have to admit at being wrong after all I am 44!

This is a great place to spend a couple of hours and only a few minutes walk from Bethnal tube station. Not only did my children enjoy this but so did I. In the exhibits there I saw long forgotten toys that I had as a child and it did bring back memories of Christmas and looking at the catalogue mum had at all the toys.

My advice is definitely worth a visit. Roger W.

Little Venice

I am not at all sure I want to reveal the hidden treasure in Little Venice. I love walking along the canal here especially in winter and you can take a canal boat to Camden or visit the Zoo on the way. It's a very peaceful place and a stones throw from Paddington.

The nearest tube is Maida Vale on the Bakerloo Line.

Enjoy! Gwen and my Dogs, Lancelot and King.

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