Best Paid Attractions in London
Sometimes the free things just don't hit the spot and you deserve a treat. You deserve some flavour and spice to add to your life for that little adventure. Some things just aren't worth spending your money on in London you get those tourist prices so find the best things here on this list. Don't get me wrong I love finding the best free things but i do love spending a little money from time to time, especially a good festival or concert, a little groovy boogie can't hurt anyone.
Not much to say here other than its a field with loads of lavender in. it looks pretty and purple and of course smells lush.
Its about £4 per person so not too expensive and a nice thing to do on a spring or summers day. Under 16's go free!
Climbing the O2
You get amazing views of London especially at sunset and its like a leg day at the gym, what more could you want? Honestly I think it's a really cool thing to do with anyone and it doesn't completely break the bank as it's around £35 - £40 per person.
Emirates Cable Car
Just a cable car across the thames most busy at sunset but its cheap and you get beautiful views of London.
Around £4 - £10 per person you can use your oyster or contactless card.
This is right up my street. I mean everyone needs to let there anger out sometimes doing it with an axe in your hand is the best way. Apparently drinking is allowed but I'm not sure how safe that would be especially if someone in your group pisses you off lol.
Each lane can have up to 6 people you can hire out the whole lane or you can be with a group of other random people. You get a full health and safety debrief on arrival and a lesson on how to throw the axe properly. £30 per person or £174 per lane.
This is an Art Deco inspired cinema, throwing it back to the 1930's. I love this style and think its pretty cool and it adds that twist to your normal cinema night.
This is in Hackney it's a cute little club that offers a wide range of concerts and live events. Its usually small bands or artists but if you stay peeled you'll find some up and coming. In the video i went to go see Rada she's this chill artist who at the time wasn't as well known as she is now it was amazing but it was covid so we was sat down.
The top secret comedy club isn't very secret at all its actually had some pretty well known people go. The most secret thing they do is surprise celebrity guest tickets and their events do sell out quick so you will have to book.
I have heard great things about this place but of course, it does depend on your sense of humour and the type of person you are also what comedian you go to see.
Warner Bros Studio
(The Making of Harry Potter)
I am a big Harry Potter fan I cant lie, I watched it multiple times through my childhood and always wished I could be Herminone lol. I've only been here once and it was when it first opened so many years ago when I was a lot younger. It's got a little bigger and things have been added to it if your a fan this is a must see!
Yes, okay this is definitely a weird one but trust me on this. The architecture in this place is insane besides the history. Well no, I take it back the history makes it kinda interesting considering the beauty of the building.
Sir John Soane's
A home museum of neo-classical architect John Soane. It has a large collection of paintings, drawings, sculptures and antiques of his beloved work projects that he had collected over the years of his life.
Hidden London organises tours around the old London Underground. If you're into your history definitely a must see I end it super interesting how things have changed in such a short amount of time, it's good to learn about the history of the places you visit.
The Crystal Maze
I can't tell you how much this fucking excites me! I think it would be so much fun especially after watching this so much when I was younger, I always wanted to be a participant, now my dreams can finally come true!!!
Now there's definitely nicer options but I put the budget friendly one cos my main guess is most the people looking on here needs the cheapest option available to make their money stretch further. now this won't give you a 3 course meal and nice bottle of wine so I would head to Tesco to get yourself a nice meal deal (recommend the duck wrap lol). Sunset is obviously the prettiest time to go but will most likely also be the busiest so just be aware of what you're getting yourself into.
One of the best things you can do in the UK, now I may be a little biased but nothing beats the UK scene and festivals. Yes these festivals are all over the UK, London is more of a hotspot for the day festivals but its also a hub for easy transport all over England.
Some of the best are Boomtown, All Points East, Boundary, Glastonbury, Eastern Electrics, Love Box, Field Day... there's many more but if list them all you'd be reading for days.
Space interests me so much, its the unknown, kind of like gong to a new place in the world. I don't know if it will ever be fully known in this lifetime. It looks so vast and seems so empty but it's not really. not if you have the right equipment to look at it. Obviously they'll have these all over the world but its a nice interesting and educational day out. When I put it like that it sounds boring but depends what kind of person you are I guess.
Raver T ots
I may be young but some of my friends already have kids (which personally I think is mad but if that's what makes you happy). You should never let anything limit you just because you have kids doesn't mean you have to give up your dreams or stop doing what you love.
Okay I must admit this may be a sober one and you won't be able to get ratassed with kids around but, who's to say that it can't be fun your doing what you love with your fav kids around. I mean we gotta teach them how to party properly, right? May as well start them young.
Denis Severs House
An old style house that Dennis sever lived in and owned until he died. Its a Georgian style terrace house and Dennis sever took it upon himself to create it into a mini time machine that we can now all enjoy.
A place that doesn't look too pretty on the outside but will take you to another world when you walk through those doors. It was the home and studio of victorian artist, Fredrick Lord Leighton
Now don't get me wrong there is nothing special about our theme parks. Thorpe park is probably the easiest one to get to from London and probably one of the best.
I say October is the best time to go because they do fright night they have a few different attractions and people dress up and chase you around. I haven't been to America but I can definitely say our theme parks and fright nights are nothing compared to over there, unfortunately (halloween is my favourite holiday).
Another good one is Alton Towers and if you have kids: Lego Land and Chessington World of adventures.