The rest of the week in London was equally amazing. (click HERE for Part I of our family trip to London)
Our next full day we started by heading to the Tower of London.
It was an amazing event right in Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. It was all pretty amazing for Jonah as he was just studying Shakespearean-era London in History & Literature.
They put on some plays right in the Globe, had the entire place opened up, and had all kinds of extra fun stuff for kids to do, as well as all kinds of other things going on.
We got a bit of time in the British Museum – but not much. The ‘closing time’ meant when the main atrium with the gift shops etc closes – the actual collections closed something like an hour before that. But we did get a chance to see a few things – including some massively important pieces of history….
At one point we needed to catch a train – and were close to King’s Cross station (which would be an amazing station in its own right – as well as St Pancras station, which is practically next door.)
This is where Harry Potter catches his ride – so we stopped in for the photo-op.
|platform 9¾ Kings Cross station|
Man – that seems like a lot. I think that must have been two days mushed together here. Feel free to break it up in ways you see fit.