Rising above typical playground structures in both height and concept, the Diana, Princess of Wales’ Memorial Playground is the perfect outdoor activity for your adventurous young ones. Inspired by Peter Pan’s favorite Neverland haunts, this park brims with charmingly magical elements that create a diverse assortment of activities that will entertain–and hopefully exhaust–the kids on your next family day in London. Hold on to their shoes as they dash across the sand to the centerpiece of the park: a massive pirate ship. After traversing a short rope bridge, they’ll be on the main deck, ready to fight off Captain Hook’s pirate crew before dashing up the safely enclosed ascent to the crow’s nest to spot for more baddies. There’s a more conventional play structure just around the corner, a modest wooden affair that will give parents a hint of nostalgia for the playgrounds of their past. The real treat, however, is tucked away from the frantic action. In a small alcove, an assortment of musical play stations allows kids to bang out their favorite new compositions through a pentatonic pipe piano and a music square made for jumping. Each of the square’s nine panels are tuned to a different harmonic note, meaning no matter which squares the hop on, it will be anything but dissonant. When your baby buccaneer or little lost boy has had all the adventure they can handle, carry them back home where they’ll dream of exploring fairy tale lands.