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#1 of 1 things to do in Long Ditton

National Gallery

London, UK 11.9 mi away
#1 of 2,314 things to do in London
Free admission Has my favourite painting of Van Gogh Could spend hours here really Best of all is a printing service where you can buy a canvas of your favourite gallery painting Very reasonably priced and quick V...
... great artists work you can view.What you can see is worth hundreds of millions of pounds, but you can view it at a bargain price-Free!However, it would be great if you made a donation or bought goods in the shop
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St. James's Park

London, UK 11.6 mi away
#3 of 2,314 things to do in London
... flowers are comng through now), enjoy the lake, admire the amazing buildings around the park and, of course, views of Buckingham Palace, and just generally relax in a gorgeous green space in a hectic city.
beautiful willow trees cherry blossoms and the lake where there is lots of swans Herons geese ducks so much wild life in these many acres of gorgeous green space .
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The British Museum

London, UK 12.5 mi away
#4 of 2,314 things to do in London
This is a must visit venue Amazing displays Great central London location Easy to walk to from central London Free entry Great coffee cabins at the entrance with outdoor seating
It’s free to visit museum but well worth the suggested £5 donation to see all of the priceless artefacts in the British Museum, Egyptian mummies and the Roman rooms were my favourite, too much to see in one day.
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V&A - Victoria and Albert Museum

London, UK 10.0 mi away
#5 of 2,314 things to do in London
I also noted there were different exhibitions (for a fee, the main museum being a free admission or make your own donation system) and various tours including a free introductory tour that may have been a good ide...
Fantastic architecture provides a wonderful backdrop to the exhibitions Free entry means that anyone can enjoy the experience.
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Hyde Park

London, UK 10.8 mi away
#7 of 2,314 things to do in London
It's a nice change of pace from the hectic London life, with plenty of nice grassy areas to explore, a huge lake to walk around or go for a bike ride, trees, birds, squirrels, and plenty of space for a picnic.
The park itself was a lovely green space away from the busy streets and the statues and monuments were incredibly interesting, some of my favourites were the Albert memorial, the Peter Pan Statue and Serenity.
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Borough Market

London, UK 12.9 mi away
#10 of 2,314 things to do in London
After a visit to Southwark Cathedral and Garden walk around Borough Market to savour the sites and the smells - then eat amazing Lebanese food at Arabica bar and kitchen - the best babaghanoush/ moutabal in town!
Fantastic, such an amazing varied food market, from fresh figs, black truffles to the oddest looking fish and even a whole stall dedicated to cheesecakes - yummy.
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Natural History Museum

London, UK 9.9 mi away
#12 of 2,314 things to do in London
What an interesting place for whole family this is so much to see and do my grandson loved dinosaur exhibitions for all ages too and free entrance however we made donation excellent highly recommend if you visit L...
From anamatronic dinosaurs to earthquake simulators; creepy crawlies to a full scale blue whale, the exhibits really are world class and are engaging for all ages, with spectacular introductions to geology, flora...
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Sky Garden

London, UK 13.4 mi away
#14 of 2,314 things to do in London
We booked free tickets to visit the sky garden last week - wow!! Set at the top of the walkie talkie, these magnificent public gardens have fantastic 360degree views of London.
I heard about this free view of the city, and am so glad I planned this visit for sunset!!! Really is an incredible view of the city and the outdoor platform at the 35th floor is spectacular!!! Being there to watc...
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Covent Garden

London, UK 12.2 mi away
#15 of 2,314 things to do in London
Beautiful little gem of a place, very surprised at the diversity of the little shops and market stalls and wonderful eateries, great entertainment going on in different areas, puppets, mime artists, singers, conto...
A great place to visit day or night, always a great atmosphere, plenty of places to eat, bars and coffee shops and there are a number of opportunities for shopping, well worth a visit and easily accessible from th...
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Camden Market

London, UK 13.2 mi away
#16 of 2,314 things to do in London
Visited Camden Market on Saturday 6/4/19 Absolutely Madness Absolutely Manic Great Great atmosphere Food stalls fantastic (give out samples) Stables market brilliant Well worth a visit DON’T MISS OUT
A great place to visit, there's a few markets, a food market, great pubs, very friendly place and everyone's happy, we had lunch in a pub on the river, a good day out without any trouble at all
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Croydon Airport Visitor Centre

Croydon, UK 8.7 mi away
#1 of 25 things to do in Croydon
... had an excellent guided tour with Graeme and all very interesting especially hearing about the first long distance flights.This place is great for learning about aviation and early air travel.Highly recommended.
It is fascinating to learn about the very early days of air travel, to see photographs of the old terminal buildings and see genuine artefacts from the many historic events in the airport's history.


London, UK 10.4 mi away
#29 of 2,314 things to do in London
... were very friendly and helpful , there is so much to see i recommend the chocolate room , plenty of room to wander round and see all the delightful things they have for sale , if you get the chance this is a must
The marble stairs with fancy cast iron balustrades ,escalators, lifts - decorative iron ones at every turn The restrooms are even worth a visit - marble, gold leaf and super clean The shrine/memorial to Dodi & Dia...
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Richmond Park

Richmond-upon-Thames, UK 4.5 mi away
#1 of 34 things to do in Richmond-upon-Thames
... along the river, also walk in the woods, have a picnic here or there, coffee shop with a nice variety of snacks, drinks and food, if you are lucky you can look at the reindeer, clean toilets and lovely fresh air.
There are deer to see, ponds with wildlife, refreshment facilities, cycle hire, a golf course and sports fields and acres of open space and woodland.

Isabella Plantation

Richmond-upon-Thames, UK 3.9 mi away
#2 of 34 things to do in Richmond-upon-Thames
Worth a visit and to top it off at the end of the visit a lovely display of deer walking back up to the car park, as well as the sun setting over the trees, just brilliant!
What a beautiful place to visit and reflect.. so many amazing colours, well worth a visit.. had an amazing time

Wallace Collection

London, UK 11.6 mi away
#34 of 2,314 things to do in London
... Hertford Houyse, is one of the best collections of 18th century French art, plus "the finest collection of princely arms and armour in Britain" and important 17th and 19th century paintings and ADMISSION IS FREE!
Free entry Great restaurant under glass roof - very classy menu and setting The armor on display was stunning, as was the silver and furniture but it is the artwork which is truly stunning.
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Regent's Park

London, UK 12.3 mi away
#35 of 2,314 things to do in London
A beautiful park which epitomises the fact that London has so much green space ......it’s a beautiful huge park where you can play , run around , relax eat in perfect safely.
Here are just a few suggestions on spending a few hours in this stunning park: The Open Air Theatre, located in the Inner Circle, is a real treat!
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BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir

London, UK 11.7 mi away
#37 of 2,314 things to do in London
The largest temple complex outside of India, the Neasden temple as it is popularly known as, is a beautiful and peaceful place of worship.
Amazing architecture, so peaceful, worth paying for the exhibition (£2) also just to note that you must take your shoes off inside the building which is totally just thought id mention.
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Kensington Gardens

London, UK 10.4 mi away
#45 of 2,314 things to do in London
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Air Forces Memorial

Englefield Green 11.4 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Englefield Green
... family whenI was and so glad we re-visited today (probably 35 years since my last visit) as I am able to fully appreciate the significance of the memorial and the sacrifices made so we can live in freedom today.
This is a very special place, which is worthy of a visit any time of the year, but best on clear days for the views, although it.s

Bomber Command Memorial

London, UK 11.0 mi away
#53 of 2,314 things to do in London
The Royal Air Force Bomber Command Memorial is a beautifully crafted sculpture in Green Park, London in honour of those 55,573 brave souls who gave their lives flying missions in the Second World War.
The memorial is in Hyde Park and can be reached via the subway It is well worth a visit and is a worthy memorial to all those who lost their lives in Bomber Command.
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Holland Park

London, UK 9.6 mi away
#67 of 2,314 things to do in London
The old seventeenth century Jacobean House at Holland Park was bombed during the Second World War and the picturesque ruins have since been turned into a theatre venue for open air opera and ballet productions and...
It's a very large park with plenty of green space, paved walkways and even some very rustic walking paths that makes you feel like you're out in the countryside.
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Big Ben

London, UK 11.6 mi away
#70 of 2,314 things to do in London
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Bushy Park

Hampton Hill, UK 2.6 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Hampton Hill
It’s natural beauty and wide open spaces is a massive asset for the local area.. Great for dog walking , deer watching or just wali g and relaxing
Worth anything from a few hours ramble among the vegetation and wildlife to a 30 minute park run which is held every Saturday at 9 am
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York House Gardens

Twickenham, UK 4.6 mi away
#1 of 27 things to do in Twickenham
Lovely formal green space just off the Thames.
I didn't see any swingsets or anything of the sort; it's a historic garden that has been made into a neighborhood green space.

Battersea Park

London, UK 9.0 mi away
#76 of 2,314 things to do in London
There's a section of green space and track set aside for budding athletes and tennis buffs, but most areas in this 200-acre paradise are dog-friendly while remaining scrupulously clean.
The lakeside cafe does great food and welcomes dogs, the Rose garden is well worth a visit - generally a great park for all ages
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Kyoto Garden

London, UK 9.7 mi away
#78 of 2,314 things to do in London
This Japanese Garden is part of Holland park and is well worth a visit, we went when it was a Bank holiday weekend, and it was a little busy, but we could still enjoy the pleasure of the well maintained garden, th...
The waterfall, koi pond, fresh air/scent of flowers, and the quietness created a nice escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Leake Street Arches

London, UK 11.9 mi away
#79 of 2,314 things to do in London
This is great for teenagers seeking a 'cooler' London - combine with the skate park on the southbank and borough market to make those pesky kids smile ;-)
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Priory Park

Reigate 11.2 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Reigate
A wonderfully maintained park offering the best facilities for all ages.There is a superb restaurant, tennis courts,playground,skatepark and excellent walks around the lake It is known as The Jewel in Reigate.
Now it's beautifully maintained and really well used, with facilities for everyone (tennis courts, skate park, amazing play area from little kids, hard paths for buggies and wheelchairs, playing fields...) It's a...

National Portrait Gallery

London, UK 11.9 mi away
#87 of 2,314 things to do in London
The paintings are well presented in smallish rooms, so you can just wander around at will taking as much time as you choose and all for free, or for a suggested donation of a fiver.
Just around the corner from the National Gallery and like many museums in London admission is free although donations are encouraged.
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