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8 days London area with kids

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Late November, boys ages 10 & 12. 8 or so days. Flying into London. Interested in castles, armour, anything midieval or ghostly. We figured Tower of London and maybe Tower bridge. Day trip (car hire pobably) out to the Warner Bros Harry potter museum, maybe to Salisbury. Are they too old for Legoland? Any suggestions on where to stay, maybe a farmstay, castle stay, or I did see a houseboat for rent. I realize the weather will not be the greatest, so indoor stuff is probably best. Anything off the beaten path that is a must for young boys? We like adventure. How is the Crypt of Leonard or St Clement's Caves? For shopping my youngest wants to buy and mail home a templar shield or something similar. My oldest is into falconry. At the end of our tour we'll check out the London eye and try to point out the sights we've seen. There is so much to see in London but the boys would be board at a lot of it. I would like our trip to be a cultural learning experience for the kids.

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