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The sound of the school bell is sounding again but London has plenty of exhilarating activities to keep little ones entertained and energised over the coming months. From mystery quests to delightful dragon hunts, here are the best adventure activities to have with your kids in the Capital.

Explore weird and wonderful art at Frieze Sculpture Park

Creative and colourful sculptures by leading artists like Rana Begum and Dan Graham are occupying Regent’s Park until October. The Frieze Sculpture Family Trail is tailor-made for little ones to explore and enjoy the artworks.

Frieze Family Sculpture Trail, click here for more information>

Embark on quests and challenges with Sharky & George

Family party planners extraordinaire Sharky & George are bringing their madcap mayhem to Brown’s with immersive experiences for kids. Solve a missing person mystery by hunting for clues across London. Head out on a family adventure race. Go on a tasty gastronomic tour of the Capital.

Sharky & George at Brown’s Hotel +44 7493 6020

Indulge budding fashionistas at Mini Mode

London Fashion Week for kids, Mini Mode is a pint-size version of the stylish event. Trend-conscious kids will love the glamour and glitz of attending a catwalk show, watching the coolest up-and-coming clothing brands parade by.

Mini Mode, Saturday 15th September 2018, LSO St Luke’s, Old Street EC1V +44 7930 673 545

Head off on a dragon hunt at Kew Gardens

Dragons have infiltrated Kew Gardens… Set out on a dragon hunt with your kids around the verdant gardens looking for sculptures of these mythical creatures. Don’t forget to pay a visit to the newly-opened Temperate House to find the giant Gnomus puppet taking care of plants.

Here Be Dragons at Kew Gardens, click here for more information

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