The Grant Museum of Zoology houses around 68,000 specimens, covering the whole Animal Kingdom. My favourite specimen, the Jar of Moles, really makes the place worth a visit. If you’re fascinated by science, taxidermy, extinct animals and the history of … Continue reading Grant Museum of Zoology
If you’re a fan of the Romantic poet, John Keats, then this beautiful museum and literary centre nestled in the heart of Hampstead is worth a visit. Get lost in the history and poetry of Keats’ life, by exploring Keats … Continue reading Keats House
Located on the edge of Hampstead Heath, Kenwood is a beautiful house to explore for completely free. The grounds are beautiful to explore and if you choose to walk to Kenwood through the Heath, Kenwood will suddenly appear and is … Continue reading Kenwood
With three locations in London and one in Brighton, B.Y.O.C. really does embrace the spirit of the speakeasy of 1920s United States. The concept is simple, patrons are asked to bring a bottle of their favourite spirit and their bartenders … Continue reading B.Y.O.C.
Escape rooms have become an incredibly popular activity and often seen as a bit of a fad… …but, when a fad can be so much fun, why not take part? Mission Breakout is by far the hardest escape room I’ve … Continue reading Mission Breakout