Covent Garden

If you're looking for something completely free then head to Duke of York Square's Christmas grotto. It's beautifully decorated, children get to meet Father Christmas, have their photo taken, get a small gift and if they're lucky meet Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer.
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A splash of reindeer kitsch, a dash of opera, view a little British Art, have the kids make something, go for a skate, listen to music or storytelling, take an iconic family Christmas tree shot and you can walk out of the West End feeling pretty good about family life.
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