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London on a sunny day

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I'm not sure I'm going to get one, but I thought I'd get some suggestions. Family of 4 (DD14, DS11).

We are headed to London on Saturday for the day. We will be taking in a matinee and will have 10 - 2pm for other sites. We've spent 11 days over two previous trips and have therefore visited most of our "top tier" sites. Plan A is to visit the Museum of London.

The weather forecast looks a little unsettled at the moment, but I thought I'd look into sunny day activities. By sunny day, I really mean not raining hard. Any suggestions?

Looking for things in the more or less "free" category given the other expenses for the day. Hyde Park? (We've done the zoo and the Eye as well, speaking of not free activities).

I've not looked into this previously because we've always been on the go. Thanks.

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