This is a sponsored article on behalf of Funzing.
Looking for some inspiration for things to do? Tired of the same old bars? Why not try one of these fun experiences, created by Londoners?
From a tube treasure hunt to sleuthing like Sherlock, ice cream tours or talks from a war crimes investigator, there's loads to liven up your social life.
Roxx on the Roof - Soho Pool Party
Cool down from the summer heat with a jacuzzi and live music on the roof of Sanctum Hotel Soho. Bring your swimwear and your party mood. Good news: this party happens every Saturday throughout summer; bad news: tickets sell quickly. £15
Learn How to Shoot like Robin Hood
See if you can hit bullseye with an archery lesson in London Bridge. Maybe you'll be the next Robin Hood... £25
Tubeopoly: An Underground Treasure Hunt
Become master of the tube-iverse by completing a scavenger hunt almost entirely on the London Underground. Solve riddles and clues as you race around with friends old and new, before resting with a well-earned drink. £15
Deduction: A Murder Mystery Street Game Hunt
This interactive murder mystery on Baker Street will show if you're more Sherlock or Dr Watson. There are six suspects to investigate before you can find out who dunnit. £15
City of London Treasure Hunt
Explore the Square Mile and its historical gems. Use plaques, statues and architecture to solve clues on a treasure hunt arount the City of London. £15 (kids £10)
Ice Cream Tour of Soho and Covent Garden
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. Taste your way around the best gelaterias in London on a walking ice cream tour of Soho and Covent Garden. £36
Summer Pop Ups || Japanese Origami Crafting
Discover how to make ice-cream and fans out of origami (perfect for the summer heat!) and nibble on frushi (fruit sushi) on a rooftop in Old Street. £20
Follow the Footsteps of Oliver Twist
Experience Oliver Twist's journey to Fagin's lair coming to life on a walking tour from Angel to Farringdon. £12 (£8 for kids)
Summer Pop Up || Rooftop Yoga in The City
Start your day fresh, clearing your mind and soul at a yoga class as you overlook London's incredible skyline on Qbic Hotel's rooftop. £10
Insights of A War Crime Investigator
What would you say face-to-face with Saddam Hussein and Chemical Ali? War Crime investigator Jonathan Tit-Harris will tell you what he said in a TED-style talk in Brick Lane. £10