Leisure Activities

Make the most of London, even when you’re relaxing with our guide to top Leisure Activities in London!

The London Pass isn’t just about sightseeing you can also benefit from a wide range of things to do in London in your down-time. We can help you relax and unwind at independent cinemas around the city. The Curzon Cinema chain have branches in Mayfair, Soho and Chelsea where you can make the most of a movie screening  on us! Check out the range of listings from current blockbusters, to more indie films. You’ll be sure to find something you like! Sit back in the plush seats and enjoy this VIP cinema experience without spending anything!

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If you’re with the kids and are looking for something more exciting, down on the Southbank there’s a great entertainment centre full of fun games and activities to do as a family. The Namco Funscape is packed with enough video games to keep them busy all day – a great place to go to escape from the rain, too.

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You can also enjoy free ice skating at Queen’s SKATE DINE BOWL, so head for the rink if you’re looking for more entertainment! 

Leisure Activities FREE with a London Pass

  • Bicester Village Shopping Express

    Shop till you drop at Bicester Village, browse over 160 leading brands for less and take a break and relax at one of the many restaurants, cafes or coffee shops. No need to worry about travel, the chic Shopping Express coach service will take you there and bring you back to central London for that added convenience factor.

  • Curzon Bloomsbury

    Curzon Bloomsbury Cinema, like its well-known namesake, brings art to the masses through its notable line up of art-house and foreign films. Normally £16.50

  • Curzon Cinema Soho

    Located in the heart of London’s media hub and surrounded by the offices of the movie industry in the UK, the Curzon Soho is famous for being at the forefront of film in London to both the Industry and to the capital’s cinema fans. Normally £16.50

  • Curzon Mayfair Cinema

    One of the capital’s best-loved cinemas, the Curzon Mayfair is a grade II listed building housing two screens and boasting luxury seating and a unique atmosphere for cineastes. Normally £16.50

  • London Brass Rubbing Centre

    Brass rubbing can be both meditative and a great way to learn history for both children and adults. Normally £4.50

  • Namco Funscape

    Namco Funscape is one of the largest amusement arcades in London, a paradise for kids of all ages if you love video games of all kinds.

  • QUEENS Skate Dine Bowl

    QUEENS Skate Dine Bowl is London’s only Ice Rink with it's own bar and café, 12 brand new ten-pin bowling lanes as well as a Retro Arcade Games Room Normally £15.50

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