The museum comes with four permanent galleries exhibiting a wide range of objects talking of the British Jewish family. The highlights include the East End Street and a map showing where Jews came from all parts of the world. Interactive displays, audio-visual programmes, cultural events and changing exhibitions are other activities to watch out for.
ZSL London Zoo
London Zoo in Regent’s Park is one of the countries’ most popular zoos. It houses over 12,000 animals. You can attend the shows here and learn more about animals, as well as see the diversity in the Aquarium, Penguin Pool, Gorilla Kingdom and the Butterfly Paradise. There is an ‘Animal Adventure’ children’s zoo too where children can experience the smells and sights of the animal kingdom.
Camley Street Natural Park
Hidden in the urban heart of King's Cross, Camley Street Natural Park is a haven for bees, birds and a variety of plant life. It is run by London Wildlife Trust. Definitely a favorite amongst kids.
Jenny Wren (Canal Boat Cruises)
An attractive and customary narrow boat, Jenny Wren takes trips from Walker's Quay in Camden up to London Zoo and Regent's Park. It goes through the Maida Hill Tunnel and onto Little Venice and Robert Browing Island.