For those who work or study in London, life can be a bit overwhelming. The crowds during the rush hour, the shiny lights, the huge buildings and the noise of the trains cannot keep you away from happy moments.
There are tons of amazing fun things to do in our capital, have a look at these we experienced in October! Forget that you are an adult with responsibilities, check out these amazing places to find your inner Peter Pan!
Play, dance or flop into the waist-deep balls
Ballie Ballerson (Shoreditch or Dalston) is a ball pit cocktail bar (yes, you haven’t misread that) where you can mess around with your friends. Do you remember how the ball pit was the best thing about being a child? Now is your chance to have that delight once again! This exciting experience shows you how colours and fun, art and drinks can be combined in a unique atmosphere. Tickets from £7 are available online.
What time is it? It’s pancake time!
The Old Dutch is the place that will throw you into a fairytale. You will treat yourself with delicious butterscotch pancakes either sweet or savoury. The restaurant with its wooden style benches and large prints on the walls creates the perfect location to try massive pancakes and why not the variety of drinks on the menu. The Old Dutch may be not very cheap, but it’s absolutely worth every single penny! You can find different stores around London, check the closest one to you!
Are you bored of the standard night out in the city? Flip out in the dark with friends and… Party the night away!
Flip Out are the biggest trampoline parks in various location of London, which turn the lights down and the music up and you can spend 2 hours jumping and dancing around like a 6-year-old kid. Watch out, if you book your tickets in advance it will be cheaper!
Drinks & Golf in a bar
If you fancy learning a new sport during your night out, why not to pop in the craziest golf bar in east London. Swingers is the first permanent golf bar in the capital: different street food stalls and two nine-hole courses in beautifully detailed indoor space. This amazing location includes an automatically rotating lighthouse, a windmill with spinning blades and also a tree that flashes if you succeed to put the ball into the final hole!
London is definitely full of magic. What about you? Have you got any fun experience to share? Let us know!