~ Paid Attractions ~

Sometimes free things just don't hit the spot quite right. You need that little bit more spice and flavour to add to your adventure. Some paid things really just aren't worth it in central London as it's just over priced tourist pay however, it is all up to you and what kind of budget you are on. Don't get me wrong I'm all for finding the free stuff to do but I do also love a good festival, having a little groovy boogie can't hurt anyone every now and again. 

~ Skuna Boats ~

 Boats that you can hire out and float down the thames with a group of your mates. Theres two types of boats one is a BBQ boat and the other is a Jacuzzi boat they can both fit up to 7 people on. Personally I couldn't sit in a hot tub for too long but I still think both are pretty cool. This can be a little more on the pricey side but if your splitting it between all 7 of you then its not too bad (think they do couple deals too).

Average cost - £220 - £250

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~ Climbing the 02 ~

this boasts amazing views of London (obviously the best at sunset) and its like leg-day at the gym. what more could you want?

nahhh on all seriousness this is a pretty cool thing to do with some mates and it doesn't break the bank.

Average cost - £35 - £40

~ Mayfields Lavender Farm ~

Not much to say other than its a field that's filled with bushy lavish lavender..,. smells amazing and looks beautiful.

Average cost - £4 per person (under 16 go free)

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~ Bongo's Bingo ~

have crazy fun playing bingo here with crazy prizes and crazy people. we all love a little bit of crazy from time to time.

Average cost - £10 - £16 per person

~ KB02  Adult Soft Play  ~

YES you read that right, adult soft play is an actual thing! don't lie those were some of the best times of your life and you've always wanted to relive them. 

Average cost - £30

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~ Emirates Air Line ~

 Cable car across the thames with amazing views of London located near the 02 arena.

Average cost - £4 - £10

~ Whistle Punks ~ 

I think this is fucking amazing being quite an angry person myself. Now apparently drinking is allowed but I'm not sure how safe that would be with alcohol in me whilst I'm getting anger out of my system with an axe in my hand... all good fun though. Each lane has up to 6 people.

Average cost - £30 per person or £174 per lane

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~ Rio Cinema ~

An Art Deco style cinema throwing it back to the 1930's. Pretty cool for some cute cinema pics and just all round nice cinema vibes. 

Average cost - Unknown 

~ Moth Club ~

Located in hackney, they host a wide range of concerts and live music usually with the up and coming artists that are just coming out of their shell.

Average cost - depends on the event

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~ Tower Bridge Glass Walk ~

This is 42 metres above the river thames and offers funky views of the road below on tower bridge. Great for some cool photo opportunities!

Average cost - £11 for adults and £6 for children

Rooftop Film Club - it des what it says you watch a movie on the big screen on a rooftop. very scenic if you ask me, I wouldnt know wether to watch the sunset or. the film 

  • The Top Secret Comedy Club

Sir John Soane’s Museum

  • Warner Bros Studio (the making of Harry Potter) -​

museum of brands - the key is in the name, take a look around at all the old sweets, cleaning products, drinks and see how times have changed. you can look but you can't munch 

Bingo Lingo - bring rave classics and bingo together! yeah that doesn't sound right at all, but I promise you it really does work or they wouldn't have been such a big hit all over the UK.

Bougie drag bottomless brunch - 

Hidden London - offers tours of the old London underground 

the orbit slide 

dennis severs house

  • Theatre (WestEnd)

Moo Canoes

Vertical chill - fancy feeling like your in the arctic clinging on to an icepick like your life depends on it? 

 Morning Gloryville - I love this idea some people jus aren't into drink or drugs anymore but they still love to party, some might just be more morning people and don't like staying up very late, some have kids and miss going out, this is thinking of those people. it really raises your vibrations for the day ad puts a smile on your face. it shows you really don't need anything but music and some good people around you to have a good time. haven't been here myself but it had to go on the list as I think its such a good idea.

Secret Cinema - immerse yourself fully in the film culture. this makes your favourite films and series come to life and make you feel like your the star character.

Crossness Pumping Station - yes this is a weird one but the architecture and colours in the place is definitely one to see. Especially with the odd history that it has you wouldn't expect it to look so beautiful in a weird way.

House of illistration -

hire a bike or scooter - you've got a selection of bikes now from Santander aka Boris bikes and a range of electric bikes jump and lime ar 2 of the other companies in this all around London dotted around on the streets 

Leighton House Museum - a pretty amazing house, the outside may not look like too pretty but the interior is something else. This house was a home and studio to a victorian artist Fredrick Lord Leighton.

Charity shops - here are some of the best charity shops 

  1. Atika - 2 storey warehouse 

  2. Rokit - small chain of charity shops 

  3. Pick'n'weight - you grab what you want and weigh it by the kilo 

  4. vintage showroom - just menswear and accessories but I do love looking through the mens section so nothing stopping you here 

  5. beyond retro - vintageeee

Raver tots - want to go raving but you've got your kid.... don't worry raver tots is here so you can take them to the party with you, why not let your kid have some fun too!

city cruises - jump on a boat take in the scenery down the thames (I recommend sunset but plan it right because that can obviously be very busy.

  • London Eye ~ Get one of the best views of London overlooking the Thames. Right in Central close to plenty other main attractions.

  • London Dungeons - Do you want a fright for your life with a side of history lesson. Well this is the place for you! Most of it is based on true stories like Jack the Ripper. I went when I was a lot younger so I can't say what its like on the recent days but it's definitely a cool thing to do if you're into that stuff. 

Thorpe Park -

Royal Observatory and Planeterium

museum of brands - key is in the name it does what it says on the tin. look at all the old skool sweets and cereal and see how times have changed. you can look but you can't touch.

crystal maze ezperience -

  • Festivals - (Boomtoown, Glastonbury, Reading, Eastern Electrics, LoveBox, Field Day, Tranzmission, All Points East, Mighty Hoopla). Not all are in London but its always easy to travel anywhere from London on public transport.

  • London Mithraeum - Remains of a mysterious Roman cult

In the hidden city -

  • London Tombs - Like London dungeons this eill give you a fright