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London Bridge Experience Easter special 'one of the top things to do in London with kids'
Published: Wednesday 31st of March 2010
Parents looking for exciting things to do in London with their children over the Easter holiday can head to the London Bridge Experience and the London Tombs for a unique day out.
The London Bridge Experience is reinforcing its reputation as one of the top family-friendly London attractions by launching the fantastic Easter Head Hunt.
Kids everywhere will be thrilled by the event, which organisers promise is ideal for "intrepid eggs-plorers keen to find out more about the history of this fascinating bridge and to delve into its chilling past".
And families who have not been to the two-part visitor attraction for some time may be excited to hear it just got even better, with the addition of a £750,000 new set design featuring the latest in digital technology.
The Easter Head Hunt is suitable for all ages and runs from April 1st until 18th.
According to the London Bridge Experience website, visitors are treated to "stunning special effects and real-life characters" as well as "a few surprises along the way".
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Posted by Kevin Smith
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