Sacrilege is effectively a massive bouncy castle, the creation of Turner Prize winning artist Jeremy Deller. Unlike the real Stonehenge, visitors are encouraged to interact with the structure and wow, is it fun! Adults and children alike jump and run with expressions of pure joy (and ultimately exhaustion) on their faces. My young family and I loved the experience so much, we went back to North Greenwich the next day for more. It’s free and no ticket is required.
- King Edward VII Park, Brent (25 Jul)
- Paddington Recreation Ground (28 Jul)
- Cheam Park (29 Jul)
- Ravenscourt Park (31 Jul)
- Hampstead Heath (1 Aug)
- Clapham Common (2 Aug)
- Burgess Park (4 Aug)
- Barra Hall Park (5 Aug)
- East Ham Central Park (7 Aug)
- Crystal Palace Park (9 Aug)
- Alexandra Palace (10 Aug)
- Christchurch Green (11 Aug)
- Waterworks Nature Reserve (12 Aug)
For full details see London 2012 Festival. So, will you be making a date to get in touch with your bouncy inner child? Now the school holidays are here, what’s your favourite London destination for family-friendly fun?