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National Gallery

London, UK 12.0 mi away
#1 of 2,313 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...
We enjoyed all the paintings that we managed to see in a couple of hours.. the best was a free guided tour by an art historian for an hour - Claudia took us on a tour of a few select paintings and offered interest...
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St. James's Park

London, UK 12.3 mi away
#3 of 2,313 things to do in London
... historical landmarks in the heart of the busy City of Westminster, St. James’s Park provides some serenity with spacious lawns, lovely trees, a beautiful small lake, aquatic birds and many colorful flower beds.
Took the princess Diana memorial walk through the park to the palace Lovely to escape the huddle and Biddle of the city We saw squirrels and many bird life which my granddaughter really enjoyed Love gardens
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Hyde Park

London, UK 11.3 mi away
#7 of 2,313 things to do in London
Hyde Park is absolutely awesome Great for the following reasons Great location Clean Beautifully Green Beautiful landscaped Peaceful Great for jogging Great for cycling Take the family out for a picnic ?...
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.
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V&A - Victoria and Albert Museum

London, UK 11.9 mi away
#5 of 2,313 things to do in London
The building is wonderful, the location so central, it's opposite the Natural History Museum (which I LOVE), it's full of the decorative arts, AMAZING exhibitions, their collection is breathtaking and it's easy to...
We spent a good few hours at the V and A just looking round the newly opened Cast Courts, where there is an amazing collection of plaster casts of Roman, Viking and Medieval statues, artefacts and whole church doo...
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The British Museum

London, UK 11.4 mi away
#4 of 2,313 things to do in London
There are artifacts from all over the world: an amazing collection of Greek and Etruscan terracotta objects, Roman glass, the Sutton Hoo treasure, some of the most famous Maya stellae, beautiful torquoise mosaic o...
The Great Court is the perfect area to have a break with coffee and cake and just soak up the incredible atmosphere from is stunning roof and the gorgeous limestone walls and floor that reflect and enhance the light.
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Churchill War Rooms

London, UK 12.4 mi away
#2 of 2,313 things to do in London
The museum portion specifically dedicated to Churchill outlines his life in exquisite interactive detail – technology is integrated with contemporary artifacts to create an engaging, informative, and emotional pan...
Cabinet War Rooms are a real step back in time, a must for WW2 History buffs, its as it was during WW2 with the sleeping quarters, briefing rooms and guard posts, evocative speeches from Winston Churchill are play...
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Natural History Museum

London, UK 11.8 mi away
#12 of 2,313 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...
I have to admit my primary reason for taking him to the Natural History Museum was to show the unique historic architecture with the soaring cathedral-like main hall and birds, monkeys, fish and fossils sculpted i...
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Camden Market

London, UK 9.7 mi away
#16 of 2,313 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
Both were very busy and had an excellent variety of stalls from jewellery, arts and crafts, Egyptian artefacts, clothing, food stalls and second hand goods and collectables.The stables market has a lot of life siz...
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#1 of 2 things to do in Leavesden
They were incredibly kind, knowledgeable, and true Harry Potter fans themselves!! Our shout out list goes to: Hannah R Laura C Meredith ** (this girl is AMAZING!!) Julian Zoey O Alexa D (Aussie Alexa)
Brilliant place to visit, the whole tour is great, jam packed full of all the props and sets used in the films, excellent knowledgeable staff always happy to chat and give a few secrets away , will easily take o...
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The Ginstitute

London, UK 10.2 mi away
#24 of 2,313 things to do in London
I wasn’t sure what to expect, but we had a wonderful time thanks to the mix of gin history and fun facts, a master class in gin making and of course plenty of gin including 4 great drinks and plenty of tastings......
You will have a sip of the whole groups gin and the various botanical choices of your classmates which is great fun and with 12 of us in the room we definitely felt the effects of the warming gins and the day chan...
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Regent's Park

London, UK 10.3 mi away
#35 of 2,313 things to do in London
It has everything - long walks shaded by classic English trees, formal gardens with fountains, ponds and magnificent flowers, and great long lawns with people playing cricket or just relaxing under the sun.
Regents park is my favorite park in London, between marylebone and Camden town it has beautiful flowers and hidden waterfalls, I highly recommend renting a paddle boat and relaxing on the pond.
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St Albans Cathedral

St. Albans 7.1 mi away
#1 of 50 things to do in St. Albans
Very nice cathedral covering a huge amount of land and with a very interesting history I can recommend the guided tour with very knowledgeable guides well worth a visit if you are anywhere near St Albans
Worth seeing: 13th century wall paintings, bell tower (open some weekend), watching loft, St Albans tomb, the tapestry of the cathedrals history, the rose window, the Lady Chapel and the new exhibitions / displays.
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Hampstead Heath

London, UK 7.3 mi away
#38 of 2,313 things to do in London
This is a huge park with a large variety of different settings from hilltops overlooking London city, to wooded areas, to stately homes (Kenwood House) to large open meadows.
Country and wooded walks, panoramic views over thebuildings London, a great picnic spot and a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life.
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Primrose Hill

London, UK 9.4 mi away
#68 of 2,313 things to do in London
Primrose Hill is just north of Regent's Park and is a popular place for local Brits to go on summer weekends with a picnic, or any time of year, to relax, play frisbees, and take in one of the best views of London.
Picture it a nice picnic with fruits, snacks, wine and sun at Primrose Hill and afterwards a nice walk in Regent's Park.. that's what I did and I highly recommend this activity.
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BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir

London, UK 7.5 mi away
#37 of 2,313 things to do in London
A magnificent opportunity to marvel at the beauty and intricacy of Hindu sacred architecture and understand better the the faith that inspired it, as well as enjoying a beautiful meal in the adjoining Shayona Rest...
We stayed for hours exploring and joining in with the rituals and talking to the volunteers and having a tour and at every turn we were welcomed and educated by the loyal volunteers and guides.
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Emirates Stadium Tour and Museum

London, UK 10.0 mi away
#36 of 2,313 things to do in London
Was absolutley amazing, a great experience , we chose Charlie's George for the legend tour, he was brilliant , the stadium was massive and very nice, my husband really enjoyed it, can take photos where ever you li...
I am sure the audio tours are great for those who want to go at their own pace, but the guided tours give you ample time at every place/location to take a look around and enjoy the moment.
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Verulamium Park

St. Albans 7.3 mi away
#5 of 50 things to do in St. Albans
Well kept, large park that has something for everyone, including a great cafe, tennis courts, free to use open air gym, volleyball courts (summer), large lake, and mature trees, all with fabulous views of the Cath...
Lovely walk through the park huge place to see wildlife lakes and rivers recommend to all ages was amazed to see water birds nest in open view for all to see felt very relaxed and enjoyed taking in the scenery mar...
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Highgate Cemetery

London, UK 8.3 mi away
#30 of 2,313 things to do in London
Fascinating place which included a wonderful tour of the West Cemetery with our knowledgeable guide John Waite, a great raconteur who brought to life (pardon the pun) the background lives of some of the less famou...
The tour, run by volunteers, is a very informative 70 or so minutes and touches on the history of the cemetery, the lives and deaths of those buried there, the architecture of gravestones and gravesites, and the h...

Emirates Stadium

London, UK 10.0 mi away
#69 of 2,313 things to do in London
Ole Solskjaer - much lauded for so long by many in the media - deservedly had his "Bubble" burst on the day, with our 2-Nil WIN! And, conscious of Premier League placings, the passionate Fans around us on the Nort...
Club shop is very large and has a big selection of items, staff was all friendly.
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Queen Mary's Gardens

London, UK 10.4 mi away
#60 of 2,313 things to do in London
The Beauty of the landscapes , flower , fragrance of roses and the blue sky above will please your soul immensely .
There are formal beds, a beautiful fountain, more roses than anywhere in London and a pretty small lake to walk around.

RPG Transport & Tours

Acton, UK 10.1 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Acton
We had our trip to Amsterdam with RPG transport, we enjoyed our three days journey, our driver/guide assisted us on each step of our trip.
We were with Kuya Rey on our London tour with my colleagues and his amazing photo skills was beyond exceptional!

Trent Park

Enfield, UK 5.4 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Enfield
Lots to do - Go Ape for the more adventurous, have a picnic in the fields with views of rolling farm and woodland, or take a bike or just go for a stroll in the many woodland paths.
a dog walkers paradise ---SO many different areas to walk, and plenty of interesting people to talk to as everyone I met was a dog lover.

Myddelton House Gardens

Enfield, UK 9.3 mi away
#2 of 16 things to do in Enfield
Staff and volunteers were very friendly and helpful - providing fascinating insights into the last (and best know resident) E A Bowles.
Volunteers and staff are dedicated and knowledable and this garden and small lake are well signposted with many interesing specimans.

Kenwood House

London, UK 7.3 mi away
#170 of 2,313 things to do in London
... in the beautifully kept gardens The guides are really knowledgable about the house , furniture and fabulous art collection The paintings are fabulous ,you get to see everything up close ,cannot recommend enough
Each of the themed rooms is very ably staffed by volunteers who all hold a wealth of knowledge of the house's owners and occupiers including the First Earl of Mansfield (Lord Chief Justice in the 1700's).

Bimber Distillery

London, UK 9.0 mi away
#104 of 2,313 things to do in London
An excellent tour led by Darius, who is very knowledgeable about every step of the distillery process and passionate about their craft, was followed by tastings of their unique gin, vodkas and whiskey.
It was a fantastic jurney through all the stories for the crafted products they have.The tasting experience is the best thing you can have in London if you love crafted whisky, gin, vodka and rum.

Cheslyn House & Gardens

Watford 6.2 mi away
#2 of 30 things to do in Watford
It usually is the best place for snowball fights (as long as it actually snows), playing with autumn leaves or just having a picnic on a summery day.
It's a beautiful, tranquil place to see birds, beautiful flowers.

Roundhouse

London, UK 9.4 mi away
#185 of 2,313 things to do in London
Was a great night out at a wonderful venue - love coming to the Roundhouse, everyone is always friendly and welcoming!
Lovely historical building, great upstairs seating which was roomy and excellent sound quality.
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Jewish Museum

London, UK 9.9 mi away
#137 of 2,313 things to do in London
My daughter-in-law was visiting for the first time at her request, we certainly stayed longer than expected, the experience was enhanced by two knowledgeable volunteers Tony and Michael who gave detailed informati...
It makes us remember that the history of mankind is made of people and their actions... Definitely worth the visit!
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Verulamium Museum

St. Albans 7.5 mi away
#6 of 50 things to do in St. Albans
I remember coming on a school trip here as a child & being fascinated by all the unearthed Roman artefacts.It was an real insight into Roman life.I remember being especially impressed by the mosaic floor.I came ba...
A wonderful Museum of the Roman period and it gives an exceptional insight into life in Roman times in Britain.
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Cassiobury Park

Watford 5.9 mi away
#3 of 30 things to do in Watford
I love this park, it’s got everything for all ages, Great for a day out, picnic spots, river walk, canal walk, it’s lovely to see the longboats Great amenities for kids, splash pools, with Cafe, plays areas, with...
Acres of park from wetland wilderness for the animals, fields to sit and picnic, woods to climb trees, bluebells and ducks, canal boats on the Grand Union Canal, the river Gade and the weir.