My girls and I were very excited to go to Shreks Adventure in London a few days ago.
I took all three children with me on the train, It was a pleasant walk about twenty minutes after just one tube stop at Green Park ( which has lifts for access if a wheelchair or pushchair user) . I packed a picnic which the children ate overlooking the River Thames and London Eye.
Be sure to arrive at least 15 minutes early for ticket collection and to be ready for the tour.
Once everyone was gathered the most exciting and enchanting tour began, no cameras were allowed so for this reason I will just highlight what we loved about the experience.
After an exciting very interactive introduction, down a fabulous corridor, We began the tour meeting lots of different Characters who engaged with the children, I could see my girls were completely engrossed in the mission!
Part of the tour includes a very fun ride on a bus! With all kinds of goings on as part of an adventure story!
At the end of the tour there is a exciting surprise and then the opportunity to take photos with lots of exhibits including scenes from How to Train your Dragon.
We really enjoyed the tour, one thing I would recommend if travelling as the only adult in the party is to bring a baby carrier, as the tour lasts approximately one hour and 15 minutes if your child isn’t yet walking as no pushchairs/ strollers are allowed within the tour.
At the end of the tour there is a gift shop with lots of cool toys, I said the girls could pick one each, My 6 year old picked a baby key ring and my 3 year old choose Princess Fiona both were pretty reasonable for London prices. The key ring was £5 and the Princess Fiona was £7.50.
It’s a really fun 4D experience and long enough to keep little minds entertained for the whole adventure, My girls really want to return soon.
Thank you Shreks Adventure for having us and for gifting the tickets in exchange for this review. All opinions are my own.