5 Contact-Free things to do in London
30 October 2020
When it comes to getting out and about in the capital, it’s a good idea to think about contact-free activities that will allow you to enjoy a safe and fun day out. The good news is, there’s plenty of things to see and do in London while social distancing. Find out more about the 5 things to add to your itinerary.
When it comes to getting out and about in the capital, it’s a good idea to think about contact-free activities that will allow you to enjoy a safe and fun day out. The good news is, there’s plenty of things to see and do in London while social distancing. So here are 5 things to add to your itinerary.
Stroll The Royal Parks
Get some fresh air with a relaxing stroll around one of London’s Royal Parks. Take photos beside the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial fountain in Hyde Park or climb to the top of Primrose Hill in The Regent’s Park for sensational views over the capital. Kensington Gardens also offers acres of green space away from the hustle and bustle of the city and there’s St James’s Park with its famous flowerbeds at the front of Buckingham Palace.
Visit Little Venice
A haven of peace and tranquillity, Little Venice is a visual spectacle complete with narrow, beautifully painted canal boats and waterside cafes. There are plenty of picnic areas if your tummy starts to rumble and nature lovers can spot wildlife along London’s famous canals including moorhens, coots, tufted ducks and Egyptian geese.
Visit a Free Museum
With so many free attractions to explore, you won’t be short of affordable things to do in the city. A trip to the British Museum, for instance, is a real highlight. Home to two million years of human history and artefacts including ancient armour and mummified mammals, you can get lost amid the exhibitions and displays for hours.
Another unmissable museum has to be the National Gallery which houses more than 2,000 paintings from the Middle Ages to the 20th century.
Explore New Neighbourhoods
London is wonderfully diverse. From trendy and vibrant Camden with its street art and retro finds to quirky Covent Garden home to numerous pubs and bars, you can meander through different parts of the capital at your leisure. A walk along the South Bank offers great views of the London Eye and if you fancy a spot of window shopping, how about making your way down Oxford Street or taking a photo opportunity outside Harrods?
The Drive In Theatre
The drive through cinema in London at Troubadour Meridian Water offers a retro, contact-free cinema experience from the comfort of your own car. With a host of movies showing on a big outdoor screen, you can sit back, relax and watch your favourite flicks. From comedies to horrors, romances to thrillers, outdoor drive in movie theatres cater to all kinds of film lovers and audiences.
What’s more! All films playing at The Drive In London are now half-price – with tickets just £17.50 per car, down from £35!
Looking for a car cinema in London? Come and join us at The Drive In movie theatre in the capital for an experience to remember. Book your tickets today.