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London plan

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Remotecontrolatmyside · 29/05/2023 15:26

I am going to London in July to see friends. I will have Friday afternoon and evening to myself and possibly Sunday morning. I've done all the usual tourist things and places. Any recommendations welcome. I like parks, walking, food, spas, animals, lovely architecture etc.

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SouthCountryGirl · 29/05/2023 15:29

Where in London?

Remotecontrolatmyside · 29/05/2023 15:32

I'm flexible. I'm staying in Euston but I can easily get the tube to pretty much anywhere.

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Fivemoreminutes1 · 29/05/2023 15:40

Regent’s Park open air theatre
Walk along The Line - it takes about 4 hours end to end 
Frameless immersive art experience at Marble Arch
BBC Earth Experience 
Kew Gardens is open until 7 on Fridays

Clymene · 29/05/2023 15:40

Regents Park, Hampstead Heath and Hampstead Village, Primrose Hill ...

Clymene · 29/05/2023 15:41

Golders Hill Park for animals

CeliaNorth · 29/05/2023 15:44

Walking along the river anywhere. I enjoy the walk from the Tower to Canary Wharf. Or along the canal up behind King's Cross - usually busy with families in fine weather, so no need to worry about walking alone. Or go and look at some of the City churches - check for opening times, as they're usually staffed by volunteers. St Bride Fleet Street and All Hallows by the Tower are good ones to visit - lots to see.

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RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie · 29/05/2023 15:54

Sunday morning would be perfect for Primrose Hill if it’s a nice day.

Friday afternoon - Battersea Power station then a boat back into town? A mooch around Bloomsbury?

The Hunterian has finally reopened so that’s top of the list for my next visit.

Remotecontrolatmyside · 29/05/2023 18:08

Thanks for all the tips.

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Whataretheodds · 29/05/2023 20:20

Sunday - Barbican conservatory
Friday- one of many walking tours, museum lates (often special events on), see a show.

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