Do you live near London, or are you planning on visiting soon? Away from the usual tourist attractions and landmarks, there are so many cool and fun activities that you can do in London. Of course, there are the usual galleries, museums and parks, but there are also so many quirky places to visit in London. Check out these fun activities in London, from life-sized games to adult ball pits.
213-215 Tottenham Court Road, W1T 7PS
Located in London’s west end, Monopoly Lifesized is an immersive, physical version of the board game played on a 15m x 15m life-size Monopoly board! You can compete in one-of-a-kind challenges for your chance to buy properties. Experience the thrill of trying to stage a heist in Mayfair, competing against a clock to build some of London’s iconic buildings, solving a murder mystery or stepping into the world of codebreakers.
Dabbers Social Bingo City
18 – 22 Houndsditch, London EC3A 7DB
The game of Bingo has had a full-blown boozy glow-up. There are disco balls and plenty of prizes at bingo’s most eclectic, inclusive and entertaining show in town! There are various bingo events and hilarious hosts with a comedy, performance and drag background. They’re open every week and boast incredible lineups featuring the country’s best comedians, performers and musicians.
Bounce Ping Pong
Battersea, Farringdon and Old Street
Grab your friends for some games of ping pong and enjoy craft cocktails, freshly made pizzas and top tunes under one lively roof. Bounce is your go-to spot for an electric atmosphere, tasty food and drinks and a range of games from classic to immersive tech-enabled Ping Pong to Shuffleboard. All this alongside Games Gurus, renowned DJs and a welcoming team who can expertly handle all your needs.
Flipper’s Roller Boogie Palace
Ariel Way, London W12 7SL
Flipper’s London is a 34,000 sq ft entertainment destination in the heart of White City. It is more than an electric place to roller skate; the venue also features an American diner and bar, frequent live music and DJ performances, private event space, and a pro shop.
Borough Market, Horniman Museum, Camden and Hackney
Enter the world of Plonk Crazy Golf, the wackiest mini golf courses, the coolest arcade, and game bars across London. These lively venues include indoor and outdoor crazy golf, craft beers, cocktails and games. Bring your friends, and you will have a whale of a time.
97-113 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3BS
With over a million balls, giant ball pits, nostalgia-inducing cocktails, and the best mix of RnB, disco and house beats to party to, there truly isn’t any competition for a ridiculously fun night out. Ballie Balleron is a cocktail bar within a huge adult ball pit. What’s not to love?!
Up at the O2
Peninsula Square, London SE10 0DX
Take an exhilarating outdoor climb over the world-famous roof of the O2 and enjoy the incredible views of London. You can choose from daytime, sunset, and twilight climbs. Perfect for groups of up to 30, enjoy the incredible 360-degree views of historic London.
Axeperience Axe Throwing
51 Minories, London EC3N 1JJ
Axeperience is Europe’s #1 rated axe-throwing venue, offering a full range of options to suit your budget and get you in the lanes as soon as possible. You’ll be flinging axes, sinking bullseyes and showing off your flashiest moves in no time!
Departs from London Eye and Tower Bridge
See over 20 iconic London landmarks and sights on board the newest fleet in the UK, take in the Thames Barrier on the Thames Barrier Explorer’s Voyage, or go all out with an all-speed Break the Barrier. With quick-witted London tour guides and super-skilled skippers guiding you through the capital, you can find special London highlights with a Thames river cruise on Thames Rockets.
iFLY London Indoor Skydiving
O2, Peninsula Square, London SE10 0DX
All first-time indoor skydiving flights have two instructors to one to help you in the tunnel and one to control the air speed. Your group will have other first-time flyers, but you are 1-to-1 in the tunnel. The vertical wind tunnels are incredible, and you are guaranteed to have an enjoyable experience.
Briget’s Afternoon Tea Bus
6-7 Chandos Pl, London WC2N 4HU
Capture the heart of the city’s culture, landmarks and history a London Routemaster bus whilst sipping on a cup of tea accompanied by an array of tasty sandwiches and delicious cakes and pastries. Your London bus driver will take you on a sightseeing journey to see Big Ben, The Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, St James’s Park, Hyde Park, The Royal Albert Hall, Marble Arch, Nelson’s Column, Downing Street and many more.
3 Herringham Rd, London SE7 8NJ
Bunker 51 offers airsoft, laser tag, paintball and more inside a cold war nuclear bunker-themed venue. Located near North Greenwich, with two immersive indoor game zones, they have a range of activities for all ages and group sizes.
God’s Own Junkyard
Ravenswood Industrial Estate, Shernhall St, London E17 9HQ
God’s Own Junkyard is a psychedelic paradise of neon lights and vintage signs, all hidden inside a warehouse in Walthamstow. It also has a little cafe inside where you can sit down and take in all this place’s beautiful signs and quirkiness.
248 Oxford St, London W1C 1DH
The Twist Museum is an immersive experience that explores the power of your mind in experiencing the world around you. Step into mind-altering immersive rooms, get up close and personal with unexpected interactive illusions and discover how your brain interprets reality. The interactive exhibits play with how you understand the world around you.