Enjoy a Father’s Day to remember in London

Father's Day in London

Why not plan a really special Father’s Day while staying in Presidential Marylebone Mayfair London?  Whatever your Dad’s interests, you are guaranteed to find something to please him. From sports to beer, adventures to theatre, London has something to offer.

 

Going behind the scenes at one of London’s famous football clubs offers fascinating sporty insights.  Worth considering are the Arsenal Museum and Stadium Tours, Chelsea FC and Tottenham Hotspur.  Wembley is definitely one of the best to visit – who can resist going onto the famous turf and seeing the FA Cup?  

 

It is not just football that offers a great range of tours.  Rugby fans will love the World Rugby Museum and Twickenham Stadium tour, while cricketers will delight in a trip to Lords and the Marylebone Cricket Club museum.  Anyone for tennis? Wimbledon Lawn Tennis museum has the answer.

 

For something more active, you could challenge him to climb into the roof of the 02 Arena, zoom down the longest tunnel slide in the world with The Slide at ArcelorMittal Orbit or try the adrenaline fueled zip wire experience past London landmarks the Zip Now London.  Equally exhilarating are the high speed jet boat rides along the Thames – you could take a James Bond style trip with the classic 007 music reverberating in your ears.

 

A gentler family day out can be experienced at places like HMS Belfast, the London Transport Museum or the Postal Museum with its incredible underground railway. Book a stay at any of the centrally located serviced apartments London, take a trip down the river to Greenwich and have some fun stepping across time, or watching the Time Ball fall?  Admire the beauties of the Painted Hall and discover Greenwich’s maritime history before having a run around in Greenwich Park.

 

If you prefer street food eats, summer cocktails and a festival atmosphere, then you must visit the world's greatest restaurant festival, Taste of London  in Regent's Park happening in mid of June.

 

Beer and Gin drinkers will enjoy a trip behind the scenes at a brewery or distillery.  There is a very wide range from which to choose in London, and these tours are very popular. Possible options include the Old Truman Brewery, Camden Town Brewery and Fullers Griffin Brewery tours, Sipsmith Distillery, the East London Liquor Company and the Gin Institute.  The Beefeater Distillery is one of the oldest gin distilleries in London, as it traces its origins back to 1829. Not only can you find out how your chosen tipple is made, but you can enjoy a tutored tasting session as well! It makes a great way to spend an afternoon.