6 Things to do in London this Father's Day

With Father's Day fast approaching we have put together a quick list of our top tips of things to do to celebrate Father's Day in London.
From free events to days out that will be a big treat. All you have to do is pack a gift and the beers!


1. Picnic at Lincoln’s Inn Fields
Lincoln's Inn Fields is London’s biggest public square with plenty of lawns for you to choose. Grab a spot, lay out your feast and pretend you're on holiday for an hour or two. If you don't fancy the prep work of a picnic there's a really solid cafe that serves food and a good selection of drinks.  

Lincoln's Inn Fields, London | History & Visiting Information

2. Book a stadium tour 
The perfect day out for all the football fanatic fathers out there!
Arrange tour around one of London’s iconic sports venues.
Looking for something that you can all get involved in? 
Try a bit of Crazy Golf at Swingers Mini Golf.
The crazy-golf hot spot will be awarding special prizes to every Dad who spins the ‘wheel of fortune’. They’ll also be giving away a free bottle of red or white wine for groups of four celebrating Father’s Day.

4. Finish the day off with an Outdoor Movie

Another unforgettable experience. There's something so exciting about the weather allowing us to watch movies outdoors, isn’t there? Take your cinema-loving dad out to a showing. Rooftop Film Club is the place to go with showings at both Bussey Building in Peckham and Roof East in Stratford.

5. Summer By The River
This suggestion could be a good one for a nice chilled out Father’s Day- in London. This year, it’s themed around 1930s Miami, and there’s great food, great drinks and some world class performances. 

 6. Yinka Iloria at the Design Museum
Check out the work of London's most exciting designer and Artist, Yinka Ilori.The display celebrates a unique mix of cultural influences and unpacks the ingredients of a diasporic visual language. AND it is totally Free!


 Yinka Ilori: Parables for Happiness review – the brighter the better |  Design | The Guardian


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