London Activities Both On Land And On Water
London activities are popular with its residents as well as with its visitors. There are lots of London activities for kids, and visiting museums and art galleries are not only free but they are also educational.
The Natural History Museum is particularly famous for its exhibition of dinosaur skeletons and ornate architecture. There are other exhibitions where you discover volcanoes, creepy crawlies, earthquake experience and precious gems. Similarly, the Science Museum and the Museum of Childhood in Victoria and Albert Museum have educational activites that make learning fun.
Your London activities with kids should also include the Princess Diana Memorial Playground in Kensington Gardens. This activity offers a huge wooden Pirate ship as the centrepiece, and other exciting adventures in the playground for your kids to enjoy.
Discover London from two different perspectives with this unique
lunch cruise and London Eye trip.
Enjoy a refreshing set menu, relaxing atmosphere and stunning river views, with commentary after
lunch highlighting the key attractions on this perfect lunchtime treat. This is followed by a
flight on the London Eye offering the best panoramic views of London.
Your activities can include cultural pursuits, if that is what you are looking for.
Your itinerary can include a visit to the House of Commons where you can attend debates
and watch committee hearings, tour the buildings and climb the famous Clock Tower and see Big Ben.
However, tours are very popular and places are limited. Tours generally have to be booked
about six months in advance.
If you are interested in auctions why not head for Christie's auction rooms at 79-85 Old Brompton Road,
London SW7 3JS. nearest underground station is South Kensington Station.
Changing of the Guards is also a popular London activity. From May to July 2009 inclusive, Changing of
the Guards will take place daily at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle at 11.30am. Alternate dates
for the remainder of the year. Buckingham Palace is located immediately adjacent to St James's Park
and The Green Park. The nearest underground stations are: Victoria, Green Park, St James's Park or
Hyde Park Corner.
Covent Garden is well known for its street performers, shops, restaurants, bars, theatres and the Royal
Opera House. The crowds are entertained by musicians, mime artists, jugglers and sundry variety acts.
Here are some
for the cultured visitors.
There are several London activities
that are sure to please the more adventurous visitors.
For a family outing,
Chessington World of Adventure,
situated in Chessington, Surrey, is a popular theme park packed with rides, attractions and zoo. There is always something for everyone.
Walking is another favourite London activity. You can plan your London walks to take in the sights of London. A popular
one is to start your walk from Westminster to the West End, taking in sights like the London Eye, Houses of
Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, St Jame's Palace, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square and
the theatre land, and complete the walk at Covent Garden. If you prefer the parks, you can walk in the Hyde Park and
Kensington Gardens or alternatively Regents Park is equally good. Get a good London map and plan your walks to suit
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Putney SW15 was a noted rendezvous for highwaymen and the scene of many political duels.
SW15 Putney Bridge was the second bridge to be built across the Thames in London (after London Bridge).
Up-market Holland Park in west London is an affluent and fashionable area.
Holland Park is surrounded by fashionable areas like Notting Hill and Kensington High Street, and shopping destinations like Portobello Road Market and Westfield Shopping Centre.
A bachelor party is for the groom to let loose and have a great time.
Bachelor party ideas to keep the groom out of trouble
London nightlife includes a variety of entertainment for everyone
London nightlife - enjoy dancing and stag nights at night clubs
River Cruises on the Thames provide excellent views of London landmarks
Enjoy stunning Views of famous London landmarks on river cruises.
Children events in London for kids of all ages
Children events in London - exciting things for children to do in London