The Natural History Museum isn't the only place to take your dinosaur loving toddler at the moment. Take them to the building site opposite Selfridges, now known as "Parklife Oxford Street".
The creators have imagined 'Jurassic Park' and have transf
ormed Parklife into an anamatronic forest full of 24 dinosaurs.
Childrens' favourites have certainly been catered for. T-Rex is
there in all his scary glory, triceratops, diplodocus and more
Now is probably the time to mention that this is NOT a free activity for toddlers in London. BUT... let me continue as it offers a lot more than just wandering around, and tries hard to help you get your money's worth.
Your child can also dig for dinosaur bones, leave their own dino prints on a running track and do loads of activities on touch screens.
Cost: £15.50, concs £13, children (4-14) £11, family £44When is it open?: Now until Friday 30th April. Tues - Sun, 10am - 6pm. Closed Easter Sunday, 4th April.455-497 Oxford St, W1K 6DE, LondonWhere is it?
Closest tube: Marble Arch - terrible for prams. You are better off going by bus. A multitude of buses go to Bond Street. Check www.tfl.gov.uk to get your bus route.