No plans yet? Here are some more cool things to do this weekend in London. If you have tips we haven’t covered, don’t hesitate to leave us a comment below…
London off the beaten path
1. Puttschack has just opened a funky, vibrant, super fun mini-golf in Bank tube station. And yes, you can enjoy comforting dishes and cocktails there too.
2. You will love these 5 fantastic London walks finishing at a pub.
3. Annabel’s giant Christmas tree is sure to cheer up your day – it’s ever so pretty!
4. Grosvenor Square’s touching Ever After Garden, planted with 27,000 illuminated roses in honour of absent friends and family. Add yours on-site for a donation of 10 GBP, which will support The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity.
5. Take your friends to stylish Flight Bar in Islington, dedicated to darts!
Culture and Art in London
1. William Blake’s final masterpiece lights up St Paul’s Cathedral dome every evening.
2. Every winter, the Tate Britain adds an incredible installation its ever so classical façade. This year’s is inspired by pagan descriptions of the winter solstice, refers to seasonal cycles and longer-term ecological patterns, and relates to contemporary social and political issues.
4. Yuri Suzuki’s colourful creations at the Design Museum explore the relationship between sound, music and people.
5. Have you noticed this artistic pedestrian crossing on High Street Kensington?
London foodie ideas
1. These are my 10 favourite foodie addresses in Covent Garden.
2. Crate Brewery is launching their very first Winter Festival in their beer warehouse this Saturday: local makers, artists and craftspeople, tours, Kombucha workshops, DJs and live music.
3. Stoney Street by 26 Grains does divine quince galettes…
4. Indulge in a truffle martini at Spelzini…
5. Mince pies lovers, click here for London’s very best treats.
London for families
1. Children will love The Lion, the witch and the wardrobe’s stage adaptation at the Bridge Theatre.
2. It’s pantomime season! Click here to see which ones are sure to wow your little ones.
3. Raymond Briggs’ classic character The Snowman always is a Christmas favourite. Look out for the 12 sculptures paying tribute to his adventures near London Bridge. Each has been decorated by a different artist.
4. Take part to the National Maritime Museum’s toy and book swap.
5. Meet Anna and Elsa (Frozen) at Westfield this Sunday.