Let’s go on an adventure this May bank holiday,
See the weird and the wonderful and stop for a play!
There’s boat trips, climbing and trips to the zoo,
Whatever you fancy there’s so much to do!
Ripley’s Believe it or Not! Piccadilly Circus, London
Enter a world of the truly unbelievable, bizarre and amazing! Ripley’s London houses over 700 fascinating artefacts, spread over 5 floors and covering a wide range of themes. Whether it’s amazing art, incredible nature, absorbing history, people and culture or simply the weird and wonderful that intrigue you, Ripley’s will not disappoint! BOOK HERE.
Good for: Lovers of the weird and wonderful
KidZania, Shepherds Bush, London
Visit after 2pm during half term and save when you book with Picniq! At KidZania London the kids take charge! Children can let their imaginations run wild as they test the out real jobs in this mini city, such as being a pilot, firefighter, radio presenter, banker, police officer and many more! After all that work they can use their hard earned ‘KidZos’ to buy themselves some treats! BOOK HERE.
Good for: Budding firefighters, journalists and more!
Up at The O2, London
Take in a stunning view of London from 52m above the ground when you enjoy this exhilarating guided expedition over the roof of The O2! This is a thrilling 90 minute experience over the 380m long O2 walkway, which, at it’s steepest point, has a 28° incline on the way up and 30° on the way back down! BOOK HERE.
Good for: Little (and big!) daredevils
ZSL London Zoo, Regent’s Park, London
Get back to nature in the heart of London city! ZSL London Zoo offers a wide variety of animals from gorillas and tigers to armadillos and honeybees, all in the beautiful wide‐open space of Regent’s Park. BOOK HERE.
Good for: Little animal lovers
City Cruises, London
This day out with a difference is sure to please all boat lovers! Enjoy a fabulous all-day hop on, hop off cruise along the River Thames London offering you unlimited access to the majestic River Thames for 24 hours, allowing you the freedom to hop off and enjoy some sites and then hop back on at a time convenient to you to continue your cruise. BOOK HERE.
Good for: Boat and London lovers
The London Bridge Experience
Experience London’s gruesome history first hand with this interactive character led adventure tour! Be prepared for thrills, laughs and frights as you are regaled with stories from the past. BOOK HERE
Good for: Finding about history (not good for little ones)
ArcelorMittal Orbit Viewing Platform
Set in The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park the ArcelorMittal Orbit is Britain’s tallest sculpture, standing at 114.5 meters. From the 360 degree viewing platforms visitors will enjoy breathtaking views for 20 miles across the Olympic Park and the London Skyline, including Canary Wharf, O2, The Gerkin, St Paul’s Cathedral and The Shard. BOOK HERE
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