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27th August 2021

1. Vintage Shopping

Whilst Oxford Street has all the high street essentials, teenagers looking for something unique can head to the vintage shops of Soho, Camden, Old Spitalfields and Petticoat Lane.

2. Discover street art

Street art and graffiti can be found all over London but over the years Brick Lane has become synonymous for the very best. Head down there and prepare to be very impressed and inspired!

3. Visit The Victoria & Albert Museum

The V&A Museum has an unrivalled fashion and jewellery collection and the fact that it regularly plays host to world-renowned exhibitions shows it is definitely not just another museum and can captivate your teenagers attention.

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4. Explore vibrant Camden

With its legendary market, countless food stalls and the home of those looking to express their quirky side, Camden is a place teenagers bee-line to – and rightly so!

5. Relive the Harry Potter films

Discover filmmaking magic at Warner Bro’s Studio Tour, just outside of London. See the sets, props and more from the films your teenager grew up with. There’s also plenty of Harry Potter locations dotted around London including the famous Platform 9 ¾ at Kings Cross station.

6. Find the best Instagram hotspots

There’s no denying it, photos for the gram are important for Gen Z. Luckily, there’s plenty of Instagrammable spots in London, whether it’s colourful Neal’s Yard, those toilets at Sketch or Peggy Porschen’s cake shop. Check out our team’s favourite spots for your grid here.

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7. Take in the View

Also perfect for capturing those Instaworthy shots, find a spot to see all of the city in one go. We recommend the View from The Shard, the Sky Garden and of course our very own exclusive bar, The View.

8. Ice skate at Ally Pally

Teenagers can blow off some steam which a skate around the famous ice rink at Alexandra Palace, a lively place for young people to spend a weekend with far reaching views across London.

9. Watch live sport or a concert

With live entertainment finally returning, why not head to the iconic Wembley Stadium for a football match, or Hammersmith Apollo for a stand-up comedy show or your teen’s favourite artist?

10. Watch live sport or a concert

London’s theatre scene really does have something for everyone. From musicals to comedies, plus family favourites, check out our guide of what’s on at the moment here.

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Book a family stay…

When you have teenagers and kids in tow, it’s safe to say that everyone needs plenty of their own space. Our private residences ensure you all have room to spread out when you return from a day of exploring the city.

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