IT seems there is no such thing as too much coverage for royal baby George, and Visit Britain has devised a list of family-friendly touring suggestions with regal connections. Included are the public areas and exhibitions at London’s Kensington Palace, where the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry grew up and where young George will take his first steps; nearby is the Diana Memorial Playground, inspired by JM Barrie’s Peter Pan stories. Until September 29, parts of Buckingham Palace are open to visitors and this year there’s an exhibition to celebrate the Queen’s coronation in 1953. The Queen and the royal family usually spend their Christmas celebrations in Norfolk, at their Sandringham estate, which is open to the public and features good picnicking territory; Edinburgh’s Palace of Holyroodhouse is an easily accessible and interactive option to explore royal history — juniors are invited to dress up like a king or queen as part of school holiday activities. More: visitbritain.com.