Your Pre-Show Guide to The Baby Show

Jul 29, 2015 No Comments by

If you are expecting a new bundle of joy, or maybe you have a baby already, then The Baby Show is a must visit. It is home to loads of great exhibitors with thousands of products available from hundreds of sellers. This includes not only high street stuff, but also some stuff you won’t find on the high street. You can pick up some great bargains, and many exhibitors have special offers and discounts available, there is also normally some great freebies too. The next Baby Show is being held on 23-25th of October 2015 at Olympia London and it is possibly my most favourite venue of them all.


Not only is The Baby Show great for shopping, but there is a main stage sponsored by MadeForMums, which hosts lots of talks and even a catwalk. There is talks from The British Red Cross, and it will even be featuring Annabel Karmel MBE and Jo Tantum. There is also plenty of changing facilities if your little one wears nappies, and they even give you a free nappy!

There is always a Feeding area sponsored by Tommee Tippee, for older babies there is highchairs provided as well as food, microwaves, warmers and bibs (if needed!)and for the younger ones a quiet room for breast and bottle feeding with lovely glider chair for the carers, as well as complimentary breastpads if needed, they also have their Perfect Prep machines ready for you to try out too. If you have older babies, why not take advantage of the free crèche? It is sponsored by Huggies and has fully trained staff to care for the children. Booking is essential though, so make your way there first if you want to book your child in for a session. They always look so much fun, and are filled to the brim with loads of exciting toys.

Travelling to Olympia is easy, there is a tube station outside within a short walk. But if you really fancy making a weekend of it, why not look into booking a hotel room for the night too? That was you can enjoy the day at The Baby Show and soak up some of the London vibe for a little longer too. There is some great offers available on hotel rooms in High Kensington, which is a lovely area to stay in.

If you fancy booking ticket to The Baby Show my tip is to book early, you always get the best prices ahead of the show. Remember babies and children under 12 all go free too. It really is a lovely day out, to be surrounded by like minded people, it is a friendly fun show that I am sure you will love.

You can check out full details and book your tickets online at 

Written in partnership with IHG


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