You've done London's top sights and now you are ready to tackle a few new cool experiences, preferable ones to make your vacation stories sound unique. We have put together a list of London's top ten cool things to do that will have everyone begging to go with you on your next holiday.
Shop the boutiques in London's pedestrianized Carnaby Street once known for it's punk scene in the 80s. Borough Market open Thursdays through Sundays is best for foodies while Spitalfields is home to budding fashionistas. Nearby Brick Lane always attracts the hipster set.
The coolest tour of London on the Thames is a speedboat RIB voyage. Hard on the hairdo but far groovier than a coach tour. Fuller's Brewery in West London offers guided factory tours which ends with a tasting session of their core beers.
Experience an English football match, a proper soccer match at Emirates Stadium, home to Arsenal, London's team. Stadium tours are available if scoring tickets becomes challenging.
For sophisticated arts take in music over dinner at Camden's Jazz Cafe or buy a groundling ticket and stand for an entire Shakespearean play at The Globe Theatre on the Southbank.
Learn a bit about Brit pop culture at The Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising in Notting Hill, one of London's trendiest neighborhoods.
Worth mentioning are the funky areas of Hoxton and Shoreditch in East London and Camden to the north worth discovering for the music scene, buzzy markets and shops, cheap and cheerful restaurants and alternative art.
Chiswick Lane South
The Griffin Brewery
London's only remaining family brewery... read more
21 New Globe Walk
The Bard's original London stage... read more
The London Eye Millineum Pier
Riverside Building, Waterloo Millennium Pier
Indoor market for the fashion conscious... read more
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Swain's Lane, N6
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