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Today to Mon 17 Jun, By Distance closest first.

Heritage (All Vinyl)

Heritage Night All Vinyl DJs. Playing traditional funk-soul-reggae disco & boogie with the added warmth of vinyl..... See more >
The Bricklayers Arms, 189 Dartmouth Road SE26 4QY
Fri 31 May

75 Bampton Road - Open Garden for NGS

75 Bampton Road - Open Garden for NGS A small designers garden, set into a tranquil and tree-lined oasis behind a modernist terrace nr Forest Hill Stn... See more >
75 Bampton Road, SE23 2AX
Sun 26 May

103 & 105 Dulwich Village - Open Garden for NGS

103 & 105 Dulwich Village - Open Garden for NGS Two Georgian houses with large gardens, 3 min walk from Dulwich Picture Gallery and Dulwich Park. 103 Dulwich Village..... See more >
103 & 105 Dulwich Village, SE21 7BJ
Sun 9 Jun

29 Lowther Hill - Open Garden for NGS

29 Lowther Hill - Open Garden for NGS A sloping garden in two parts. Both are about 10 metre square with distinct characters. The front is more formal with a..... See more >
29 Lowther Hill, Forest Hill SE23 1PZ
Sun 2 Jun

174 Peckham Rye - Open Garden for NGS

174 Peckham Rye - Open Garden for NGS This oasis, the size of a tennis court has been opening for over 25 yrs and is currently full of contrasting foliage,... See more >
174 Peckham Rye, East Dulwich SE22 9QA
Sun 2 Jun

5 Burbage Road - Open Garden for NGS

5 Burbage Road - Open Garden for NGS The garden of a member of The Society of Botanical Artists and regular writer for Hortus journal. 150ft x 40ft with..... See more >
5 Burbage Road, Herne Hill SE24 9HJ
Wed 5 Jun

72 Ewhurst Road - Open Garden for NGS

72 Ewhurst Road - Open Garden for NGS How do you make small gardens interesting, elegant and functional' This mid-Victorian terraced garden is a... See more >
72 Ewhurst Road, Brockley SE4 1AQ
Sun 2 Jun

Visit: Nunhead Cemetery

Society of Genealogists . Experienced FONC guides will lead you on a walk around the more significant parts of this..... See more >
Linden Grove, SE15 3LP
Thu 13 Jun

Choumert Square - Open Garden for NGS

Choumert Square - Open Garden for NGS About 46 mini gardens with maxi planting in Shangri-la situation that the media has described as a floral canyon, which... See more >
Choumert Square, Peckham SE15 4RE
Sun 2 Jun

Holly Grove Gardens - Open Garden for NGS

Holly Grove Gardens - Open Garden for NGS Two very different gardens in a quiet leafy Peckham road, benefitting from the shared backdrop of a high wall along... See more >
Holly Grove Gardens, Peckham SE15 5DF
Sun 26 May

31 Trelawn Road - Open Garden for NGS

31 Trelawn Road - Open Garden for NGS A small city garden designed to give the illusion of space with a winding path and hidden vistas. Crammed with plants,..... See more >
31 Trelawn Road, SW2 1DH
Sun 9 Jun

Peckham Fringe Festival

Returning for a third year, Peckham Fringe are back for 2024! This inclusive and dynamic performing arts festival will..... See more >
221 Havil St, London SE5 7SB
Today to Sat 8 Jun

Peckham Fringe: Time Fly’s

Yinka Akinfenwa is leaving for one of the top law firms in the country but not before meeting up with his long-term... See more >
221 Havil St SE5 7SB
Fri 24 May and Sat 25 May

Peckham Fringe: BANGTAIL

Baddest Cowboy Texas. These are just a few words to describe the Baddest Cowboy in Texas. He roots n’ toots n’ rides..... See more >
221 Havil St SE5 7SB
Fri 31 May and Sat 1 Jun

Peckham Fringe: VEYIL

VEYIL is a modern myth set in a time where our ability to “see beauty” has been stripped away by Powers Above... See more >
221 Havil St SE5 7SB
Thu 6 Jun to Sat 8 Jun
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Things to do around London

London, the vibrant capital of the United Kingdom, offers an abundance of activities for a memorable day out. Whether you're a local or a visitor, there's something for everyone in this bustling metropolis. Let's explore some of the best things to do in London:

1. Visit London's Markets:
- London has a plethora of markets, each with its own unique vibe. Here are some must-visit options:
- Old Spitalfields Market: Located in east central London, it offers vintage clothing, handmade accessories, worldly foods, and novel art.
- Camden Market: Perfect for rockers and music lovers, it's known for leather jackets, vegan lunch options, and piercings.
- Portobello Market: Notting Hill's colorful houses and unique items make it a popular spot for photographers.
- Borough Market: London's premium food market with a variety of delicious treats, from coffee to fresh farm produce.

2. Explore Arty and Architectural Gems:
- Even if you're not religious, visiting London's churches is a treat. Explore historic architecture and stunning stained glass windows. Some notable ones include:
- St. Paul's Cathedral: Climb to the top for panoramic views of the city.
- Westminster Abbey: A UNESCO World Heritage Site with centuries of history.
- St. Martin-in-the-Fields: Attend a classical music concert or enjoy a meal at its crypt cafe.
- Southwark Cathedral: A hidden gem near Borough Market.
- Temple Church: Known for its round nave and medieval origins.

3. Enjoy the Outdoors:
- London has beautiful green spaces and outdoor activities:
- Hyde Park: Stroll by the Serpentine, rent a rowboat, or have a picnic.
- Regent's Park: Visit the Queen Mary's Rose Garden and the London Zoo.
- Richmond Park: Spot deer and enjoy the vast open space.
- Hampstead Heath: Explore the heathland, swim in the ponds, and take in the skyline views.
- Thames River Walk: Follow the Thames Path for scenic riverside views.

4. Quirky and Fun Activities:
- London offers plenty of unique experiences:
- Shuffleboarding: Try shuffleboard at venues like The London Shuffle Club.
- Escape Rooms: Solve puzzles and unravel mysteries at various escape room locations.
- Weird Experiences: From immersive theater to unusual dining, London has it all.
- Electronic Darts: Play darts with a modern twist at Flight Club.
- Go Karting: Race around indoor tracks at TeamSport Karting.
- Virtual Reality Experiences: Try VR gaming or immersive storytelling at Otherworld³.

5. Day Trips from London:
- If you have more time, consider day trips to nearby destinations:
- Windsor: Visit Windsor Castle, the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world.
- Greenwich: Explore the Royal Observatory, the Cutty Sark, and the Maritime Museum.
- Oxford: Discover the famous university city and its historic colleges.
- Cambridge: Explore the picturesque colleges and punting on the River Cam.
- Brighton: Enjoy the beach, the Royal Pavilion, and the quirky Lanes.

Remember to check opening hours and any booking requirements for these attractions. Whether you're interested in culture, outdoor adventures, or quirky experiences, London promises an unforgettable day out!