The 6 BEST Things To Do In Forest Hill With The Kids

The 6 BEST Things To Do In Forest Hill With The Kids

 

Over the past two years Little Cubs Academy Forest Hill have worked to become a part of the community for families, this includes supporting local businesses and family activities. As the half-term approaches, we have compiled a list of super fun places to visit with your little ones in Forest Hill.

 

1.Visit the Horniman Museum

Based in the heart of Forest Hill the Horniman Museum offers a variety of activities, displays and events throughout the year for your family to enjoy. Whether it be visiting the weekly market, playing a game of crazy golf, or having fun in the aquarium – there is no shortage of things to do, both indoors and outdoors that your little ones will love.

Check out what’s on at the Horniman Museum Forest Hill here

https://www.horniman.ac.uk/whats-on

 

  1. Have a meal at Peace and Riot

Peace and Riot is an amazing restaurant, bar and workspace that is completely family friendly! This unique spot offers story time, panto and dance and music for your little ones whilst you catch up on emails or have a coffee with friends.

With fantastic food and endless entertainment for the children, Peace and Riot comes highly recommended.

https://www.peaceandriot.co/

 

  1. Learn a little Spanish

Biligüitos Spanish Club started as a community service based in Forest Hill for bilingual families and has now transformed into bilingual lessons for all. Little ones as young as 2 years old can visit the club on Saturdays to enjoy Spanish lessons taught through fantastic song, play and dance.

If you are interested in your little one learning another language, Biliguitos is a lovely place to start.

bilinguitospanishclub.co.uk

 

  1. Rhyme Time @ Forest Hill Library

Every Tuesday morning, the best Rhyme Time sing-along is back open for new families.

A great way to meet other Mums and Dads as well as kick-starting social skills for your little ones; Rhyme Time has always been a family favourite. Once the class is finished, you can take full advantage of the fantastic library and children’s learning section to start introducing education into day-to-day life.

 

  1. Do a workshop Beanstalk Arts

Beanstalk Arts is a creative organisation built for kids. With an array of different workshops, events, talks and story times based in and around Forest Hill, they are sure to have an event that your little ones will love.

Catering to all, Beanstalk Arts also now provide a great timetable of online classes and creative workshops for older children to get involved in from home!

Check out Beanstalk Arts here

https://www.beanstalkarts.co.uk/

 

  1. Meet new parents @ The Village

As important as it is for little ones to socialise, it is great for Mum and Dad too!

The Village is a community hub for parents and children which are hosts to regular meet-ups, walks and classes. From pregnancy to post-natal and activities for children, The Village are a great team that do amazing work for our community. The Village offer a great range of activities including lego club, feeding support classes, family music, bump to birth Pilates and so much more. A fantastic organisation for our families!

https://www.thevillagelondon.co.uk/

 

Whether you are based in the Forest Hill area or moving into the area, there is no shortage of great things to do for the family. At Little Cubs Academy Forest Hill our doors are always open to speak with parents and show you around our setting. Get in touch with our Head Teacher for more information.

 

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