Are you a local or visiting London for a holiday and you need to make a list of fun things to do while you are in the city? Do not worry, we’ve got you covered. London is one of the world’s most-visited places, and that is mostly due to the city's heritage and the fact that it is a melting pot of culture and festivals. Hardly a day goes by without an event or something fun to do, whether an event at a museum or going to the theatre.
In this post, we are going to be looking at five fun things to do in London in the second half of 2019.
Go Crazy Golfing At Plonk Golf
Are you up for an exciting time tackling the craziest mini-golf course in London? Plonk Golf venues are packed with challenging holes and an amazing atmosphere that screams fun and excitement. The Plonk Golf venues are suitable for everyone from five-year-olds to adults, and golfing skills of any level as well. So, if you have never held a golf club, you can still take on the 9 holes. Plonk Golf has several venues (indoor and outdoor) across London from Camden to Shoreditch, so if you are looking for outdoor activity, you can visit any of the outdoor venues. For more information about Plonk Golf venues, visit Plonkgolf.co.uk
The London Eye
The London Eye is one of the most popular and traveller-friendly sites in London. Thousands visit the London Eye monthly to board the glass capsules which go as high as 443 feet (135 m) into the air, giving the best view that you can get in the city. Enjoy a view of St Pauls Cathedral, the Tower of London, and Tower Bridge. Gaze over the Thames, the iconic Big Ben, let your eyes wander over London metropolis. Do not forget to look out for the Royal Standard flag above Buckingham Palace, which indicates whether the Queen is home or not. You can see as far as 25 miles away from the London Eye.
Emirates Stadium Tour
If you are a football lover, then you should add the Emirates Stadium to your ‘places to see' list. The Emirates Stadium is home to one of the world's biggest football clubs, Arsenal FC. Take a tour of the stadium and share the experience of the players that you don’t get to see on TV. Get ready to be blown away by the ambience of the changing room before heading down the tunnel and imagine what it could be like to walk out to 60,000 fans chanting your name. Take a tour of the Arsenal museum that houses the history of the clubs most glorious moments at Woolwich, Highbury, and Emirates Stadium.
Showboat Dinner River Thames Cruise
Are you looking for a spectacular night out with your date? Take a cruise on the Thames and enjoy an evening of delicious food, wine, and entertainment aboard the Showboat. You will enjoy an intimate view of London's iconic landmarks including the London Eye, Tower Bridge, and St Pauls Cathedral, as you wine and dine on the cruise lasting up to three hours.
Everybody loves a good comedy, so if you are in London and you are looking for the perfect spot to enjoy a good laugh with a date or friends, a comedy club in Leicester Square is where you need to be. The comedy club is open Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays and has professional comics playing weekly. There is a cost for entry but you can also pay for dinner as well if you’re looking to upgrade your plans!
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