1. Imagine Children's Festival at the Southbank Centre
Runs 11th - 24th February
Hosts some of the top names in children's literature, dance, theatre and art as well as a range of workshops and craft classes.
There's a food market featuring street food and sweet treats that come in child sized portions.
There's also a farm with farm animals in it from Monday to Friday.
There's kids yoga, a street dance workshop and even a comedy show especially for kids.
Budding writers can get hints and tips about how to become a writer at a special workshop tomorrow at Foyer Spaces in the Southbank Centre.
There's also a Peter Rabbit puppet show and a Spot the Dogstory-telling session.
The writer of the 'How to Train your Dragon' series,Cressida Cowell is giving a talk about her series.
2. Alexandra Palace Ice Rink
You might think all of London's outdoor ice rinks have shut up shop following the festive period, but you'd be wrong!
Alexandra Palace's skating rink is an all-year-roundskating destination which is fun for the whole family.
Public skating sessions are on every day.
There are also figure skating classes and ice hockeytraining sessions on offer.
3. Up at the O2
Believe it or not, the O2 arena isn't just about the One Direction concert this half term…
You can get amazing 260 degree views of London from the top of the O2 arena.
There is a special viewing outdoor viewing platform in the centre of the roof area
Tickets start at £22
4. London Zoo
There's so much to see at London Zoo this half term: a brand new seahorses exhibit has just opened in time for the half term break.
London Zoo is to 172 long and short-snouted seahorses, both of which are the focus of ZSL London Zoo conservation breeding programmes.
There are ofcourse the old favourites, Penguin Beach, Gorilla Kingdom and Tiger Territory.
5. Stag Lodge Stables in Richmond Park
Children have the opportunity to learn how to ride a horse or a pony this half term at Richmond Park - and no membership is required!
The stables have been a riding establishment since the17th century and they have over 50 well trained horses and ponies
There is a variety of different horse riding lessons foradults and children starting from the age of 3.