London Honeymoon Activities

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  • Sit W
    Baton Rouge, LA7 contributions
    Pictures do not do the Crown Jewels justice. Just have to see these Royal Treasures in person.
    Best to get online at their website to get your tickets.
    Written 4 July 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Carmelo S.
    London, UK8 contributions
    I had the chance to enter in this amazing building, but, unless you are over 60's or other lift requirements, you need to do the stairs not many, just bring some cold water with you and remove your jacket it will get hot.
    By the way you can take a picture if you a brave enough on the glass who facing the road underneath, about 53 meters height .. Scary Not easy to believe there is glass there.
    Don't try to get there where the weather is rainy, it's useless for pictures, unless you like it.
    Enjoy
    Written 3 July 2022
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  • local287
    Somerset West, South Africa54 contributions
    I had a brief tour though the galleries and it was stunning! Beautifully curated and maintained. Central and clean and easy access.
    Written 5 July 2022
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  • Tracy62
    Plymouth, UK16 contributions
    My favourite part was the upstairs gallery, so interesting and full of surprises
    Only downside was although obviously disabled we were not told there was a lift so struggled up many stairs
    The Abbey was beautiful, interesting, amazing
    Written 5 July 2022
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  • Natalie922
    London, UK191 contributions
    Lots of stairs so not that great for wheelchair or pram access if you want to visit the top. Even if you are scared of heights, you just have to climb to the top and see the amazing view!
    Written 5 July 2022
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  • GSP67
    Barnegat, NJ221 contributions
    Recently enjoyed a Rolling Stones' concert at Hyde Park. This is a large park with general admission seating/standing on the grass. Plenty of concessions on both sides as well as bathroom facilities. Contrary to Hyde Park's list of prohibited items, many people had backpacks, blankets, and some also had chair backs to lean on when sitting. Large screens and excellent acoustics allowed for an excellent view of the stage from any location in the park. A great fun place to see an outdoor show.
    Written 5 July 2022
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  • Ian W
    3 contributions
    Eat Drink and be Merry and take in a movie or show or concert great location own tube station, buses and taxi available
    Written 22 June 2022
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  • Michael B
    Louisville, KY68 contributions
    Wildlife and wildflowers abundant in a peaceful oasis within easy walking distance of some of the more noted attractions in London.
    Written 4 July 2022
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  • Tribeiro2002
    Miami, FL39 contributions
    Nice place to visit in London, around the market you can see street artists, and there is a variety of restaurants candy stores, antiques and other shops in the market. There is a courtyard downstairs with some French food restaurants where you can get cheese and charcuterie boards with wine and there are always performers playing or singing good mimuaice. Nice area to amealhar around, just watch for pick pockets as this area has quite a bit of incidents due to the high tourist traffic. No other crimes or violence other than that, the area is safe.
    Written 3 July 2022
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  • Rodelle
    1 contribution
    Visited the Shard last Thursday. Weather ideal and views fantastic! My friend played the piano at the top of the Shard! Chris, the guide, was excellent making it very entertaining while giving us information about the views.
    Written 4 July 2022
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  • Jon
    Cheshire, UK15,471 contributions
    Myself and a friend visited the Sky Garden on a weekday (dry weather) in June 2022.

    Pros:
    -Free entry - we had pre-booked tickets, but walk-ins (30-45 minutes) were available.
    -Airport style bag checks.
    -Two fast lifts to floor 35. A one minute journey.
    -Modern glass and metal architecture in top floor location.
    -Plentiful seating: tables & chairs and sofas.
    -Fantastic panoramic views, including ‘Francis Golding Open-Air Terrace’ covered outdoor area (glass is labelled with the major sites).
    -Nice array of plants in two banked sections.
    -Toilets (including accessible toilet).
    -Sky Pod Bar selling hot drinks, alcoholic drinks and food.
    -There is also a brasserie, a restaurant and an additional bar.

    Cons:
    -Sky Pod Bar - wait for hot drinks, as only one member of staff working on her own.
    -Sky Pod Bar - ‘discretionary Service Charge’ added to bill. We only realised later when we checked the receipt.
    -WiFi not working during my visit.

    Notes:
    -There are also sunset and sunrise events and live music events.
    -A staff member told us to hire the venue for a private event is £350,000 minimum spend!
    Written 1 July 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • py_bh
    Singapore, Singapore69 contributions
    Worth a morning walk and have breakfast if you like flowers and its free. Personally like it more than Kew Garden.
    Written 25 June 2022
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  • Suzanne H
    Brighton, UK28 contributions
    We went to the "Inspiring Walt Disney" exhibition with two granddaughters aged 7 and 10. There was an excellent video / games handset and headphones for the girls. We left the younger one to "play" and she was completely absorbed by the handset for at least 45 minutes. The older one also enjoyed the handset but we also encouraged her to look at some of the "real" exhibits. The section on anthropomorphism was a hit with her.
    Written 3 July 2022
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  • Shalvia
    Warsaw, Poland70 contributions
    It is a truly remarkable location, the Greenwich Park is lovely, wast, fabulous old trees, acacia valley, flower section garden, tennis court section if you wish to play, it is an oasis in the city if you are lucky you can spot a deer (mainly in the morning). Greenwich Maritime and planetarium are worth visiting too. Sincerely recommend.
    Written 29 June 2022
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  • Ami
    West Midlands, UK112 contributions
    I really enjoyed a walk through this park. It helped that it was a lovely sunny day, busy but not hectic.
    Everything seemed very well maintained and there were plenty of places to sit and rest.
    Very much enjoyed it here.
    Written 29 June 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.