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Top outdoor things to do in June

With sunshine like this, there’s only one place you want to be in London – outside! Move from relaxing on one of our balconies to some of the coolest outdoor experiences in London


Here’s our list of top outdoor things to do in June:

Go Boat

Grab a picnic and head out on a self-drive hire boat from Paddington to discover the unseen side of London’s waterways. With plenty of room for up to 8 family and friends, these quiet electric boats are a relaxing way to enjoy London’s sunny days.


📸: @goboatldn

Alternative London Street Art Walking Tour and Workshop


Fancy being a graffiti artist for a day? Make sure to visit Alternative London where they’ll teach you the finer points of creating art, as well as taking you on a tour of the coolest graffiti street art in London as inspiration. You never know, you might be the next Banksy.


📸: @alternativeldn

Skylight Rooftop Games


What better way to spend an afternoon than with your friends and some healthy competition? Choose from Petanque (outdoor), croquet (indoor), or table tennis (indoor) at Skylight London, where you’ll also find drinks, food, and an incredible view over London’s skyline.


📸: @skylight_london

Sherlock – The Official Outdoor Game


Gather your brightest friends and take on a mission to uncover a series of clues, conundrums, and codes that need to be cracked in this original Sherlock-inspired challenge that’ll have you walking across central London in hot pursuit. Don’t worry if you get stuck, there’ll be hints to help you solve the puzzle including content from the cast of the hit BBC series.


📸: @221b

The Midnight Apothecary at the Brunel Museum


Looking for something low key, nature inspired and with a bit of history to boot? Look no further than the Midnight Apothecary, sat atop Rotherhithe’s famous Brunel Museum. Sip some cocktails made using fresh seasonal herbs from the garden, toast marshmallows on your own group fire pit and then head down below to take a tour of the Grand Entrance Hall to Brunel’s engineering masterpiece, the Thames Tunnel – the first tunnel under a navigable river anywhere in the world.


📸: @midnight_apothecary