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Welcome to the world Royal Baby Sussex: 9 baby-friendly activities for other new parents

May 08, 2019
After waiting patiently, the world was finally given a Baby Sussex update on the 6th of May 2019 when Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex introduced a little boy to the world. Naming him Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, the royal couple will have a busy few months (and years) ahead of them. Because as any new parents will know, the hard work starts now. So to make things a little easier, we’ve put together a list of baby-friendly activities for you and your little one to enjoy whether you’re in London, Paris or Rome.

In London

London Zoo

London Zoo is surely the most child-friendly attraction in the English capital and visiting with a new born baby can be just as rewarding as visiting with a toddler. You’ll be able to expose your baby to all sorts of new creatures and animals that will be a delight for the senses. The whole place is set up for families and you’ll have no problems with pram access. 

 

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Source: ZSL

City farms

A bit like London Zoo but much smaller and more manageable with new born babies. Our favourite one is Hackney City Farm where you’ll find pigs, chickens, goats and all sorts of other animals. 

 

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Source: Day Out With The Kids

Southbank 

The whole Southbank area is designed to be wheelchair friendly so this means that pushing a pram around here is always step free. Make your way from London Bridge to the London Eye and while you soak up some of the city’s most iconic sights. Harry and Meghan could then cross Westminster Bridge and pop into the palace to see granny. 

 

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In Paris

Le 104

Paris city council opened this artistic establishment to create a unique place devoted to production and innovation. Taking a baby or toddler here will help you see it through new eyes, with jugglers, acrobats and dancers often in the entrance. Workshops for babies and kids take place monthly and there are also mum and baby group sessions providing an opportunity for mums to meet and get support and advice.

 

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Source: Paris Info

Jardin Des Plantes

Sometimes leaving the house when you have a new baby can seem like a bit of a struggle, so head to somewhere in nature where you’ll get the most out of a short visit. The botanic garden in Paris is a beautiful place for a walk, surrounded by plants and wildlife. 

 

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Source: Paris Info

Cineaqua

New born born babies might not be able to appreciate all of their surroundings, but the Cineaqua aquarium in Paris will be a multi-sensory experience. Full of weird and wonderful marine life, it’s a peaceful place to spend a few hours. 

 

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Source: Paris Info

In Rome

Pantheon

It might not stemlike the best place to take a baby but actually, the Pantheon is completely accessible with a pram. Wonder around the best preserved ancient Roman monument and admire the largest, unreinforced dome in the world.

 

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Source: Rome Info

Piazza Navona

When your baby is sleeping, sometimes it’s nice to take a time out and just enjoy watching the world go by. For moments like this, there’s nowhere more perfect than Piazza Navona. Have a gelato and enjoy a rare moment for yourself. 

 

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Source: Rome Hints

Villa Borghese Gardens

The third largest park in Rome is within easy walking distance of the Spanish steps and is the perfect place to find some calm in the bustling Italian city. There is also plenty of shade to keep your little one out of the sun. 

 

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Source: Rome Info