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London in a week with a toddler?

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I'm hoping to plan a trip to London for roughly a week or two in July. We will be travelling with 5 adults and 1 toddler and no car.

Some of the things that seem to be must sees are...
- Tower of London
- Tower Bridge
- St. Paul's Cathedral
- Westminster Abbey
- Big Ben
- London Eye
- Buckingham Palace
- Green Park
- British Museum

Are there any others that I've missed or other places that might not be right in London that are easily accessible and doable for a daytrip? (Thinking something like Stonehenge but I have no idea if that is doable for a daytrip.)

Recommendations for a central location to stay that can be our home base for the week or so would also be appreciated!

PS. This will be our first time in England so any and all tips would be wonderful! :)

Thanks in advance!

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