Friday, July 24, 2009

Unusual things to do in London

London’s a very popular place and Queen Liz gets more than her fair share of guests peering through her net curtains at Buckingham Palace each day. It fair to say the Madam Tussauds, the London Eye, The Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, St Pauls Cathedral, and the Changing of the Guard also have a good few tourists popping in to take a look!

But what about the lesser known things to do in London – YouGoDo has hundreds of things to do in London – so what are the unusual things to do in London?

Feeling Sporty - How about Recumbenting in London (a strange looking feet-forward pushbike), cycling in London, Ice Climbing or Wall Climbing, take an outdoors dip 365 days a year in Hampton Lido (it is heated!), or have a try at Roller Skiing in London’s parks or even Horse Riding in London.

Or maybe take one of several themed tours which show you a different view of the city, for example a Beatles London Tour, Harry Potter Tours, a Dracula Tour with a Medeival Banquet, Notting Hill Celebrity Tour or a London Ripper Tour.

Or for adult activities in London numerous places offer you cookery courses in London, or maybe try Wine Tasting in London. Take dinner in the dark, or why not take your wife up the Oxo Tower - fine dining and great views of the city ;-)


Or get yourself and you mates locked into a London Karaoke Box - You own personal London studio!

Take a different view of the city from the Thames on a London Duck Tour (amphibious vehicle), or enjoy a London Dinner Cruise on the Thames, or an eco friendly solar powered boat ride on the serpentine or a take a scenic flight over London and the Thames in a helicopter.

Try out ice climbing or get your skates on and join in the London Friday Night Skate.

Take a day trip to Edinburgh, Bath and Stonehenge or even under the English channel to Paris.

Or maybe take a bus ride – would you believe that you can catch a regular bus service from London to Sydney.



Cockney Paul

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