10 Unique Family Experiences in London You Will Love

Heard of our sponsor Funzing? This online community of local Londoners offers quirky experiences to suit everyone. It's a chance to get involved in an activity you've never done before with an experienced host. Feel like trying something different this July? We've rounded up the Funzing events proving most popular with Londoners right now.

A Secret London Tour

Cross gas lit alleyways and stroll by ancient pubs as you discover forgotten parts of London. See the world's smallest police station and visit London's most superstitious hotel on a walking tour covering everything weird, wonderful and London. £12 Get tickets

Forgotten Old London

Tales of torture and plagues await you on a historical walk around London -- see bombed out ruins, discover Medieval markets and even visit a Roman ampitheatre. £12 Get tickets

The Alleyways and Shadows - Old City Ghost Walk

At night, the City of London is at its creepiest... discover the area's most haunted locations with paranormal writer Richard Jones, London's longest established ghost walk guide - he's been at it since 1982! You'll visit hidden passages, ancient burial grounds, haunted alleyways and ghostly passageways - all places where people have been known to capture ghostly images on their cameras. Get tickets

Graffiti & Street Art in East London

Graffiti under the guidance of a professional London graffiti artist and create a masterpiece of your own. The four-hour workshop includes spraypaint and all the other materials you'll need -- just bring creativity. £40 Get tickets

London's Ultimate Harry Potter Tour

Get sorted into one of the four magical houses of Hogwarts, and go in exploration of the city’s famous filming locations on this 2-hour walking tour. You’ll meet your guide outside the Palace Theatre, where Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is showing, and set off on your journey across town - following in the footsteps of Deatheaters, visiting the inspiration for Knocturn Alley, and marvelling at the Ministry of Magic. And you better brush up on your Potter knowledge, because you can earn points for your house along the way, by taking part in trivia quizzes. The winners? You’ll find out when the tour ends at Platform 9 3/4… Get tickets

The British Museum Tour - Ideas that Made our World

Track the journey of humanity through this tour around the British Museum. The tour aims to help you understand why the world is the way it is, and show how humans learned to question absolutely everything. Get tickets

The Westminster Ghost Walk

The afterlife is an intriguing subject, but how close to ghosts do we truly want to get? For those with a fascination of all things spooky, test your limits with The Westminster Ghost Walk. You'll explore this deeply historic and fascinating area of London and hear tales of ghosts, poltergeists and body snatchers along the way. Your experienced guide will lead you through dark alleyways, haunted buildings and human burial grounds - sharing the chilling secrets London has long been hiding in its past.  Get tickets

Alternative Tour of East London

East London has experienced a revival in recent years. The area, already endowed with a rich cultural and social history, now boasts a creative community unlike anywhere else in London. This tour will showcase East London's incredible creativity, while giving a welcome insight into the important historical events that have led to the area becoming what it is today. Much more that a simple street art tour (although you will get to enjoy some along the way!), attendees will also discover local knowledge from the East End and the amazing community that is fighting to keep this part of the capital unique.  Get tickets

Ghosts of the Old City

At night, the City of London is at its creepiest, with 2,000 years worth of dark history to discover. Tour the area's most haunted locations with paranormal writer Richard Jones, London's longest established ghost walk guide - he's been at it since 1982!  Get tickets

Grand London Bike Tour

Rendezvous at Waterloo to get your helmet fitted, before pedalling down the breezy back streets to some of London’s icons, including Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square and St Paul’s - as well as some lesser-known sights. Get tickets