Streets Ahead is the column from London Walks' Pen David Tucker…
"What London Walks would you recommend for children?"
The "walks for kids" question is one we're asked a lot. The wide-ranging answer usually goes something like this (this is how I put it in a recent email to someone who'd popped that very question):
Generally, it should be said that the walks are pitched at adults rather than youngsters – but there are quite a few that do work for kids.
The Harry Potter walks are of course the no-brainer, or as close as you're going to get to one in this category. Watch the video – says it all, really.
And beyond Harry Potter? Well I'll be sharing a few suggestions over the course of the day here on The Daily Constitutional…
Accompanied children under the age of 15 go free on all London Walks
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