Use to check seating maps and theatre layout but by your tickets elsewhere. Many stalls do also offer some free tasting. Check the and latest prices. Sharks glide around a wreck, monster catfish lurk in warm rainforest waters and kids can look for Nemo and Dory in tanks full of clown fish and blue tang. We covered the London Eye before, and yet, we have to mention it again. Find even more night activities looking at our post on.
. Travel a little further out to Hampstead Heath for a spot of stargazing or see Hyde Park at night where bats are frequently sighted. You can dive in the Great Barrier Reef dive or even take part in a treasure hunt! Triumphal Arch Ok, ok… London is so full of Triumphal Archs, that it gets even boring: Wellington Arch is the most important, and the second one is Marble Arch. One-way to or from Heathrow will be about £75. Find out more about Westminster Abbey here. Let's connect via any of the social media channels below.
Depending on the time of year there will be a crowd around the Rosetta Stone. This 19th century boat used to sail to China and back, bringing back a cargo of tea in exchange for other goods. To help you better navigate the museum's various exhibits, consider downloading the free Natural History Museum App for your smartphone. The most affordable way to use the underground is to buy an that you can recharge to any amount using your credit card. We did it in 2016 and had a blast. A perfect activity for friends, groups, and hen or stag parties — before you start with the booze obviously! It is right in the heart of Camden, surrounded by many alternative shops, bars and restaurants. Have a look at this video.
Take a free at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. Check out our roster of. Love that you have profiled the free things to do in such an expensive city. Gett — another version of Uber that is popular in London and major hubs around England along with many European cities. Visit Gorilla Kingdom and see Kumbuka and his family of silverback gorillas at close quarters.
Explore the cool neighborhoods of London Seriously, there are soo many cool and fun neighborhoods to explore around London and the outer boroughs. Plus you can see how much lower the ground was 2000 years ago. This street is recommended to couples and friends looking for having some street food. The incredible interior design changes regularly and be sure to check out the toilets! It does offer one of the best panoramic views of London. Catch famous faces from Elizabeth I to Mick Jagger at the National Portrait Gallery, find cutting-edge sculpture at the Pangolin, or interrogate the delicate fragility of existence itself in front of a blank canvas at the Tate Modern. Timings: There are events and exhibits most days of the month.
Experience the hustle, bustle, and billboards of. There is a wide variety of fun events and activities taking place, including fantastic fireworks displays. See medieval magnificence in the. Legend says the stone was part of an altar in a temple built by Brutus of Troy. It heaves with both tourists and locals gaping at a dizzying array of gastronomic delights and scoffing free samples. Things to do in also include more formal affairs, however. The capital of England earns its reputation by offering , food from around the globe, and some of the on the planet.
Eating in London with Kids Most restaurants are fairly kid friendly. Join the famous Pub Crawl to get to know the fun bars and clubs in downtown London. Get in a splendid 17th Century Royal Villa was the first classical Building in England, and it was designed by the renowned architect Ingo Jones. If you happen to be in London during the Chinese New Year, visiting Leicester Square is a must. And the guide also covers famous Amy Winehouse I just mentioned. This is one of the most diverse areas of London and an excellent spot to do some shopping or catch some live music. We will only be in London in June for 3 nights.
All performers are licensed and have passed an audition to perform here. They have a booth at Leicester Square but the website posts discounted tickets as well. Then a Graffiti tour might be more interesting for you — in the next point on this list! Little Venice is placed on Canals of Maida Vale, near Camden Lock. If you time your visit right you can even see the bridge lifting to let river traffic pass through, too. The Changing of the Guard One of the best ceremonies in the city, the takes place every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 10.
If you want to learn even more about the area, consider following our 5. Once thing is certain: You will love the recommendations here. And there are plenty of different museums to visit. The Diana, Princess of Wales pirate-themed playground is very popular with kids tube: Queensway. This is a must-do on your bucket list for London. The colors of the Sky are changing.
Every day it gets harder to get a picture in a red phone booth. It is a fabulous place to go for a long nature ramble. This is especially fun for families! According the number of catalogued items this is the largest library in the world. It is bursting at the seams with enthralling artefacts from all over the world, from Egyptian mummies to samurai armour and Anglo-Saxon burial treasures to the Rosetta Stone. Come here with your buddies and friends.