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Hello fellow travelers!

We are planning a winter trip that includes New Years in London. This is our first visit to London. We rented an apartment very near the London Eye so we could be near everything. We will be arriving on 12/27 via train from Paris and departing 1/4. We are travelling with a 3 year old and would love to find somewhere fun to have NYE dinner prior to enjoying fireworks. Any suggestions? I am struggling to find any evening activity that is kid friendly. Also, survival tips on fireworks viewing? The apartment we are renting is 3 min from the westminister bridge but doesn't have a view from indoors so our current plan is to go have some dinner/fun somewhere then leave our apartment around 11:30 to find a place to watch the fireworks. Sound feasible? I was hoping to do a dinner cruise or something of the like but can't find any that our kid friendly.

Thanks for your help!
Heather

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