A London walk offers the walker huge variety throughout the year and prove that you don’t need miles of open countryside to make a good walk. From the Royal Parks to the Thames Path National Trail or a stroll around the main tourist sites, a London walk gives you the choice of culture, history and scenic all within easy reach and best of all, most with great paths catering to pushchair users’ needs. With so much to see and do everywhere, it also makes it easier for parents to entice reluctant walkers out and about on their feet.
Below you can find some great suggestions for your next London walk, all of which have been tried and tested personally. You will also find links to other good walking websites and useful information for finding a baby friendly walk in London. So whether you are a Londoner or just dropping in for a few days, get your comfy shoes on and enjoy!
- Walk London is a fantastic website with loads of maps and ideas for London walks and pushchair walks. It has full details of the major designated walks within the capital, links to audio guides and much more.
- National Trails website contains all the information you need for London walks along the Thames Path National Trail. It also has suggestions for pushchair walks.
- The Royal Parks website offers some great ideas for London Walks in these green and historic sites, many of which make great pushchair walks.
- Inclusive London is a great starting place for accessibility summaries for attractions, venues and transport across London, making accessing pushchair walks easier. For the underground, try using TfL’s handy Journey Planner which allows you to search for routes with special accessibility requirements.