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101 things to do in London: how many have you done?

Find out how many of our 101 things to do in London you've seen, tried and done before you call yourself a true Londoner...

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Alissa H
Alissa H

Maybe there are many things not mentioned on this list, as Tara said but still I haven't done sooooo many of these written here! Late night magic at the zoo - one of my favourites, written in my www.kanbantool.com ! And you reminded me I always wanted to visit the Museum of Childhood, now added to the 'to do' column too. Let's go then!

Tara P
Tara P

lots of much better things not included in the list, such as - take a boat down the Thames, visit the Saatchi Gallery, go to a gig in a London Park, ride a duck bus, night bus, eat at Wong Keis, visit London Dungeon, have afternoon tea at athe Ritz, Pride march, see Tower Bridge open, see a play at The National, cliimb a lion at Trafalgar Square, visit Southwark cathedral, go to Hamleys, take an open top bus tour, drink tea in St Martin in the Fields crypt, celebrate Chinese New Year in China Town... I could go on!

Ellie A
Ellie A

@Tara P Yes to the Thames boatride, Saatchi, night bus, Tower Bridge, all theatres at the National, Southwark Cathedral & walking about especially atmospheric when the choir is rehearsing, St. Martin in the Fields crypt. Also the Southbank/Bankside walk from The Eye to Tate Modern, Thanksgiving service at St. Paul's Cathedral for the American community and climbing to the very top gallery of St. Paul's and going outside for a 360 degree view of London, taking a break in Postman's Park & reading the heroes' plaques on the wall. As you said, I too could go on and on and...