The Ultimate Checklist of Things You Need to Do in London


No matter your interests, taste and vibe, there is always something to do in the exciting UK capital. From spending balmy evenings in the lush green parks, taking a swim in a lido, adding vintage threads to your wardrobe, or seeing incredible art, London offers it all. Whether it’s world-class theatre, secret spots, or iconic street art that you want to see and explore, this well-curated list of the most epic things to do in London is a great start. And if you need a place to stay that is close to it all, then check out the luxurious Park Grand London hotels for a fine experience.

Soak-up Magnificent Views of the City from Primrose Hill

It is almost impossible to kick off the list of the most epic things to do in London, without mentioning the city views from Primrose Hill. A place that is usually crowded for scenic views of the entire capital, it’s also the place where the famous poet, William Blake uttered “I have conversed with the spiritual sun. I saw him on Primrose Hill.” Be it a romantic spot that you’re looking for or the perfect place to watch a sunset, don’t think twice and get yourself a bottle of your favourite wine as you head to Primrose Hill for an unforgettable experience.

Indulge in a Spot of High Tea!

A well-deserving spot on the roundup of activities you’ve got to do in London, indulging in the classic British high tea experience at least once is a must. The Park Grand Lancaster Gate afternoon tea stands out to be one of the most delectable ones you must try as you enjoy an elegant stay here. In fact, there’s a range of special afternoon teas to choose from and pair up with freshly baked tarts, cakes, and scones for a luscious afternoon.

Watch a Show in West End

If you are into musicals and theatre, you should know that London’s West End area is a theatre lover’s paradise. With a constantly evolving line-up of shows, you are sure to find something you love here. The West End is known for showcasing some of the most popular Broadways in the world. From Disney’s Lion King to 2:22 A Ghost Story, take your pick and settle in for a magical showtime.

Spend Quality Time at the Royal Hyde Park

The city’s most significant green lung, it is hard to avoid visiting Hyde Park, located right in the heart of London. But then, why would you want to? One of the most massive and glorious parks in the city, Hyde Park was originally established as a hunting ground for King Henry VIII, back in 1536. Things to keep you engaged in this park are plenty, from seasonal gigs/concerts, discussions at the Speaker’s Corner, art galleries, skating tracks, festivals, and carnivals to boating in the Serpentine Lake, the legendary Hyde Park has it all. So, head to Hyde Park, only moments away from the opulent, one-of-a-kind Hyde Park International Hotel and enjoy a day full of fun and activities at Hyde Park.

Discover Iconic Street Art

London is bursting with eclectic street art in its several streets and alleys that will instantly brighten up your day and your Instagram feeds too! From murals of the iconic David Bowie to intricate three-story-tall sculptures of cranes, getting a glimpse of the diverse street art in London is highly recommended. Be it Brick Lane, Shoreditch, or Camden, only moments away from your hotel near Hyde Park London, there are several spots where you can immerse yourself in great artwork that is worth checking out.