Quirky and Unusual Things to Do in London | 47 Unique Activities


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Here are the most quirky and unusual things to do in London by a local that will blow your mind.

Here are some suggestions from a local to visit places like Neal’s Yard,  St. Dunstan in the East, God’s Own Junkyard, Leake Street Tunnel, and  more hidden gems in London.

Located halfway between the London Bridge and the Tower of London, the  church of St. Dunstan-in-the-East is an English parish church with lots  of history.

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See the Ruins of St. Dunstan in the East

Serata Hall is a cool leafy tropical all-day restaurant and gin  distillery that also serves coal-fired pizza and weekend bottomless  brunch. 

Serata Hall

Word on the water is a quirky bookstore on a canal barge along  Regent’s Canal Towpath offering indoor and outdoor shelves for a wide  variety of titles.

Word On The Water

Mercato Metropolitano’s second located, Mercato Mayfair, is a  cultural center and sustainably run market in the Grade I-listed St  Mark’s Church in Mayfair.

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Mercato Mayfair

The Thames Barrier

The Thames Barrier is a stunning piece of architecture erected to protect the low-lying regions of Greater London from flooding.

Traffic Light Tree The Traffic Light Tree created by French sculptor Pierre Vivant can be found near Billingsgate Market.

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