London Top 120 Things to do with Useful Links
What to do in London?
You can catch a train to Windsor and then a shuttlebus to get you to Legoland. Whilst in the Windsor area don't forget about Windsor Castle and Eton College, William and Harry's old school. You'll need at least a day and you'll still want to return.
112 (45) Walk around Holland Park (Kyoto Gardens)
Head for the bridge by the waterfall. Nearest tube is Holland Park.
113 (16) Football
Main grounds are Stamford Bridge (Chelsea) in West London, Whitehart Lane (Tottenham or Spurs) and Wembley (New National Stadium) again in West London but there are plenty of smaller grounds where you can see a match.
114 (75) Hampstead
Come see how the rich live. These people are in such a small minority that they are in danger of being freaks. To be this wealthy is not healthy.
If you know one of these people please tell them to contact me and for a very large fee I can help :) The village of Hampstead has more millionaires than per square foot than any other square foot in England.
115 Visit Highgate Cemetery
You can’t take it with but you can go out in style.
116 (58) Steam Railway
Kew Bridge Steam Museum is London’s premier steam railway, in fact, the one and only. March Sundays to Sundays in November.
117 (38) Take a Bath in Bath
Enjoy and experience the splendour of the Abbey and Georgian stone crescents and know this green and pleasant land is a nation at peace with itself and all, its friends and relatives except for Australia who have beaten them too many times with a cricket bat and then eat Pizza.
Bath is just over 100 miles west of London, it is a beautiful, it's gorgeous and you must go there for the best time you'll ever have having a bath in Bath.
118 (21) Soho
A good buzz. A london playground reflective of its diverse nature.
119 (55) Row on the Serpentine
Hyde Park is the play park for Londoners, where you see them row skulls and paddle boats in the Serpentine Lake, swim in its brisk waters, or just sunbathe by the water. It’s a park to play tennis, jog, circumnavigate on bicycles along Rotten Row and Broad Walk, or participate in “pitch-based” (field) sports. You can also bowl on the (what else?) bowling green, or rent a putter & balls to practice your putting.
And apart from all this sporting activity, Hyde Park is a great relaxation and recreation park. There are cafés by the Serpentine, a tennis club and Hyde Park Corner. This is prime people-watching territory.
120 (77) Cambridge
Cambridge's ancient centre consists of walkable medieval streets, college courts, gardens and bridges and it’s all yummy. The historic market place, museums, art galleries, great cafes and of course the river. You can also learn how to punt on the River Cam.