Things to Do in London for Couples

THE 10 BEST Couples' Activities & Things to Do in London

Best Things to Do in London for Couples

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  • Jbt16399
    8 contributions
    Me and my friend went there, it was a great afternoon. We brought tickets online. When we got there, there were no queues at all, so we walked straight in! The staff were fantastic apart from the security. Walking around the different rooms where Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII stood - was just an amazing experience! And we saw the Crown Jewels! Wish I brought the audio guides now.
    Definitely go there for a visit!
    Written 18 February 2024
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  • louise w
    Manchester, UK4 contributions
    Our visit to the British Museum was a captivating journey through history and cultures. The vast collection of artifacts from around the world left us in awe. The museum's layout and exhibits were well-curated, providing a seamless and enriching experience.
    Written 23 February 2024
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  • David Eannings
    Sherburn in Elmet, UK9 contributions
    The line's quite long but it's worth the wait. I really recommend to buy the tickets online.

    Amazing view. You can see the landmarks of London clearly inside the capsule and there's also seats inside if you ever get tired of standing.
    Written 29 January 2024
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  • Sarny
    Bexleyheath, UK487 contributions
    My adult son and I popped in because we were in the area - free to enter and no tickets or pre-booking needed. Neither of us are particularly into art but we both really enjoyed the visit. There is a lot to see and you can just wander about. The cafe looked reasonably priced - we checked for a future visit and the shop was also interesting. We ran out of time but will be returning.
    Written 22 February 2024
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  • Timtom124
    Manchester, UK410 contributions
    Visited yesterday (22.02.24) great structure, good photo opportunities, definitely worth a visit if in London and if you like bridges you will be in your element
    Written 23 February 2024
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  • Lauz R
    Oxford, UK176 contributions
    This is for the Diva Exhibition. My mum and I love the V & A museum (the toilets are quite hard to find!) it’s easy to get to on the tube and it’s such a lovely museum. The Diva Exhibition we spent about an hour in there, I thought it would be more “divaish” and a bit more sparkly and in your face, the headset your given is ok but fell off easily and didn’t pick up everywhere we went. The downstairs is the “older” divas, I really enjoyed this and learned a lot, it was interactive and lots of things to see, a little busy and lots of people in the way but you have to be patient. Upstairs was the “newer” divas. Some so new I hadn’t heard of them, I think the upstairs disappointed us the most, barely anything on Mariah, Celibe, Britney and zero on Christina Aguilera and I didn’t class Amy Whinehouse as a diva.overall I was a little disappointed and I thought a lot more could be included, especially upstairs.
    Written 20 February 2024
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  • jaydeeAberdeen
    Banchory, UK126 contributions
    A great museum, with fantastic exhibits and a very grand building. By pre-booking our free tickets we avoided the queue, which was a double bonus as it was raining. We spent over 4 hours there and still only saw half so be prepared for a full day or multiple visits.

    It was very busy, even in February, so be warned.
    Written 24 February 2024
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  • Andrew G
    27 contributions
    Very clean and tidy, friendly staff, free audio guide. The Churchill Museum was excellent, so was the rest of the attraction.
    Clean toilets, we thought the cafe was small for such a popular attraction, seating was limited and this was not helped by the very slow clearing of tables.
    The function space was not in use and could have been opened up for additional seating.
    Written 24 February 2024
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  • KateBall
    Southport, UK75 contributions
    What a great way to spend an afternoon. Westminster Abbey is fantastic. It does not receive any funding from the Church of England, the Royal Family or the Government so depends upon entrance fee which I thought was value for money for what you get from this brilliant historic building.
    I decided to have a Verger tour and Benjamin was BRILLIANT - so enthusiastic and knowledgeable, asking and answering questions.
    Molly, a guide, who hadn’t been there that long was also great, so friendly and helpful.
    Written 24 February 2024
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  • Timtom124
    Manchester, UK410 contributions
    Visited yesterday 22.02.24 busy little market with various food options available, looked really good and prise was reasonable for what appears good quality. I stupidly went to the Fish! Kitchen under the arches.. big mistake!
    Fair bit of seating available and toilets available only downside was the bloke with a guitar, trying to sing who ruined an OASIS classic (bring ear defenders)
    Written 23 February 2024
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  • acs1984
    Cockermouth, UK1,649 contributions
    We had a walk through Hyde Park actually just by chance - we were actually looking for some public toilets (which we found). Walking through the park we saw loads of people on roller skates dancing to music and having a great time, including a man dressed as superman. We had a nice time and a relaxed walk through the park.
    Written 21 February 2024
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  • SEAN
    57 contributions
    I have always wanted to visiting Camden Market as a massive fan of Amy Winehouse to see the statue and to check out some of the shops and stalls. I absolutely loved it here there is so much to see and do. Went for lunch when we were here and it was absolutely delicious.
    Written 21 February 2024
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  • pab
    Peak District National Park, UK204 contributions
    Excellent tour of the HOP.
    Really enjoyable and a must do for any person interested in how it all works at the Palace of Westminster. Paul was very informative and amusing (he reminded me of Simon le Bon). So do it if you can…fab experience of approx 1.5 hrs
    Written 16 February 2024
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  • SL
    London, UK82 contributions
    Buzzing place and suitable for all ages. Can get very busy with people but it's a great place for food, drinks, nd Market stalls.
    Written 16 February 2024
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  • acs1984
    Cockermouth, UK1,649 contributions
    We had a walk to Big Ben (Elizabeth Tower) whilst visiting London. It has recently been refurbished, so much so that it looks brand new! It was quite busy around Big Ben and we had to watch out that we weren't pushed into the road.
    Written 21 February 2024
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