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Activities in London

Looking for fun and exciting activities to do in London? You've come to the right place! From world-class museums and iconic landmarks to vibrant markets and thrilling outdoor adventures, London has something for everyone. Whether you're a local looking to explore your city or a tourist seeking unique experiences, discover the best activities in London right here. Curious about the top free activities in London? We've got you covered.

1. Curzon Soho, London

Curzon Soho Interior

This gem in the city's West End is one of the rare cinemas where moviegoers can still enjoy film on 35mm. They screen both indie and arthouse films, in addition to the latest blockbusters. The cafe is also a popular people-watching spot.

2. Electric Cinema, London

Electric Cinema Design

Edwardian picture house with leather seats and cashmere blankets. Screening both mainstream and art house films. Enjoy a night at the cinema with beer or wine in hand.

3. Brockwell Lido, London

Brockwell Lido Pool

Open-air swimming pool in South London - one of the city's most popular places to keep cool when the heat descends. The Olympic-size pool provides ample space, and the venue is open year-round. Book a time slot when planning a visit.

4. Hampstead Heath Ponds, London

Hampstead Heath ponds Green

When the heat beckons, there are few places in London to take a refreshing dip - hence the popularity of Hampstead Heath's open air ponds. The area makes for a great day out even when the waters are a little too chilly for swimming.

5. London Aquatics Centre, London

London Aquatics Centre Pool

Designed by the late Zaha Hadid for the 2012 Olympics, the concept of this building is inspired by moving water. The complex offers public swimming access, as well as swimming and diving lessons. There is also a commercial gym onsite.

6. Screen On The Green, London

Screen On The Green

With its recognizable neon sign, this single screen venue is one of the oldest running cinemas in the country. Bought by the Everyman brand in 2018, Screen on the Green continues to welcome movie-goers.