Registry Offices Near MeVisit Website
Find your local Register Office with Registry Near Me. We make it easy to find your local register offices and its address, phone number and email address.
The London EyeVisit Website
The giant observation wheel has become a London icon since its opening on the South Bank in 2000.
Designed by Marks Barfield, the London Eye (aka the Millennium Wheel) offers stunning views across SE1 and the rest of the capital. This is a great way to see Central London from all areas and you have a great view!
Wimbledon Lawn TennisVisit Website
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis is located a short 15 minute journey from the hotel, why not look around the 19 grass courts, including the famous Centre Court and Court No 1. Watch the finest players from over 60 countries compete in the five main Championships events. The second week watch a varity of Juniors, Wheelchair and Veterans compete in their own tournaments.
Oval Cricket GroundsVisit Website
If you are a keen sports person, Oval Cricket Grounds is a must see to take in the amazing cricket grounds.
Kew GardensVisit Website
Spend the afternoon walking around Kew Gardens’ iconic glasshouses and enjoy the selection of plants set in a warm atmosphere and explore the different Hebarium collections, seed collections and Artifacts of plant origin. Visit the Stag Beetle Loggery, this is a safe home for stag beetles as they are in dangered globally, also visit the Marine Display to see the variety of marine plants. Kew Gardens open at 9.30am every morning.
London Bridge ExperienceVisit Website
The London Bridge Experience and the London Tombs are two of the most gruesome and frightening tourist attractions in London, this will allow you to step back in time to the Roman Invasion through to present day, this is definitely one attraction for all the family.
Get the full experience of how London Bridge was over the ages, you will find out information on the fire of London and the different uses the bridge has had over the years. Take the family out to visit the Museum of London Bridge.
Polka TheatreVisit Website
Polka Theatre is perfect for young children and will keep them entertained, the Theatre is just a 15 minute walk from the Train Station.
Polka Theatre has two theatres, the Main Theatre and the Adventure Theatre are designed especially for children so that their first taste of theatre is welcoming, enjoyable and memorable. Currently showing is: Twist of Gold, Treasure, Polka pop up fair, The Little Red Hen, Run, Run, a sports day musical.
London DungeonVisit Website
Experience 1000 years of dark history at London Dungeon with all the family, watch the plays and try the rides.
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis MuseumVisit Website
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum traces the origins of the modern tennis game over the last century. You can enjoy this museum even if you aren’t a tennis lover.
Get to know how tennis started as a light pastime and evolved into a huge event, resulting in the championships being held every year.
Explore and watch some footage showing some of the memorable championships played, see the trophies, check out the memorabilia dating back through the ages. Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is open daily 10.00am – 5.00pm.
Wimbledon Dog Stadium and TrackVisit Website
Wimbledon Stadium is the perfect location for a night out, you can eat at the track and have a drink, if you are feeling lucky you can even place a bet.
Dog racing is a sport run by greyhounds. The dogs chase a mechanical hare; when it passes near the starting areas, it will release the greyhounds, this is a great night out for everyone!
Chessington World of AdventuresVisit Website
The perfect day out for all the family, experience the exciting and breathtaking rides, have a peaceful walk around the zoo or take a visit to ToyLand with the children. Take the family to explore Africa and watch Madagascar Live, visit the Forbidden Kingdom, Land of the Dragons, Market Square, Mexicana, Mystic East, Pirates Cove and Wild Asia.
If you are a thrill seeker and are aiming at going on some fast rides then why not try Kobra, Dragons’ Fury, Vampire and Dragons’ Fall?
Sea Life London AquariumVisit Website
Check out the 500 different species of fish and 14 different themed areas, walk through the tunnel under water and experience all the different fish and sharks swimming all around you.
Explore the incredible sharks, stingray and the large turtles, the children will love watching the penguins walking by and seeing the sea horses, the whole family will love it!
Hampton Court Flower ShowVisit Website
Why not pay a visit to Hampton Court Flower Show which runs from 5 Jul – 10 Jul 2016? Walk around the fantastic grounds and visit the rose marquees with fantastic displays.
This year the main focus of Hampton Court Flower Show is on community gardening and how it can bring people together. There is also a new show focusing on how you can spend less and make a better impact on your garden, there will be experts on hand to give advice and information.
Chelsea Flower ShowVisit Website
Why not spend an afternoon walking around the Chelsea Flower show? It runs from 24 – 28 May 2016 and you can walk around the exhibits and displays.
Charity Groundwork work their magic and create garden displays, this year’s focus is Fresh which offers a new take on gardening, there will be experts on hand to offer help and advice, this is a thoroughly relaxing and refreshing way to spend an afternoon.
Twickenham Rugby StadiumVisit Website
Are you a keen sportsman? Then you must take a short journey to Twickenham Rugby Stadium, walk around the grounds and get a feel of the atmosphere. Seating over 82,000 people, Twickenham Stadium is the largest stadium in the world.
Twickenham Stadium started as a cabbage patch and this cabbage patch was purchased in 1907, the first game was played in 1909 and the ground has not looked back since.