What to do in London

A vast city with plenty to see and do, London is the ideal city to cater to everybody's needs. Explore the capital by bus.

With something for everyone and an unlimited amount of exciting and unusual things to see and do, it can be difficult to know where to start when visiting London.

If you are looking for a day out in Central London, we have created the perfect guide for you. From art galleries to a bite to eat, there’s plenty to do.

Saatchi Gallery

 Just a 15-minute walk from Victoria Station will lead you to the Saatchi Gallery. This contemporary art gallery houses a range of art from unknown and emerging artists, with regularly changing exhibitions so there’s always something new to discover. 

Admission is free to most of its exhibitions.

For more information, visit https://www.saatchigallery.com/

St James's Park

Once you’ve finished taking in some culture, you can make your way to St James’s Park – one of 8 Royal Parks in London. Not only will you be surrounded by great landmarks such as Buckingham Palace and Horse Guards Parade, but you’ll be also able to see the resident pelicans and enjoy your lunch with a view at St James’s Café.

For more information, visit https://www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/st-jamess-park

Afternoon Tea at The Wizard Exploratorium

If you’re into all things Magic and Muggles, why not visit The Wizard Exploratorium for a hands-on (or rather wands-on) afternoon tea? With interactive teas and magical treats, there’s something for everyone with so much fun to be had.

Prices start from £42.00 per person. For more information, visit https://www.wizardexploratorium.io/

Nova Food

 An 8-minute walk from Victoria Station will get you to Nova Food – an eclectic variety of food options under one roof. With over 20 restaurants to choose from, there’s something to satisfy every palette. There are also a few leisure options as well, including an experience-led Ride studio and the world’s first ‘Social Darts’ venue. So, whether you want sushi, doughnuts or pizza, Nova Food has an option for you.

For more information, visit https://createvictoria.com/nova

Victoria Theatres

 You can’t go to London and not see a show, and there are two within a minute walk from Victoria Station. The Apollo Victoria Theatre is home to Wicked, which has been playing there for years. There’s also Victoria Palace Theatre, which, at the time of writing, is showing the ever-popular Hamilton. 

Tickets start from £19.50 for Apollo Victoria and £20.00 for Victoria Palace Theatre

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Image credits: Saatchi Gallery by Russ Martin / St James’s Park by Ellie Wicks / Food by Dan Gold / Theatre by Kyle Head 

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