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Love London

(150 Reviews)
  • A choice of exciting activities
  • Enjoy London's lively vibe
  • Something for everyone
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Many people feel that London is the greatest city in the world. With its magnificence, its history and the number of things to do in one single place, it’s no wonder.

This voucher gives the opportunity to go on one of a selection of memorable gift experiences in the nation’s capital. Whether you’re a regular in London or if this will be your first visit, you’ll get to enjoy something truly unique.

Experience the Big Smoke like never before with one of these incredible days out in London. With activities like a cheese ‘crawl’, a Dr Who walking tour, a classy afternoon tea at The Ambassadors Bloomsbury or sightseeing opportunities like The View from the Shard, there are experiences to suit everyone’s tastes.

A selection of the other experiences available include:

  • Bermondsey Beer Tasting Tour for Two
  • BBQ Brews in the City for One
  • Bungee Jump at the 02 Arena for One
  • Camden Market Photography Tour for One
  • Cocktails & Nibbles at MAP Maison for Two
  • 50 Lap Karting for Two
  • A Family Ticket to the Classic Bus Tour
  • Harry Potter Walking Tour for Three
  • James Bond Walking Tour for Four
  • London Pub Tour for Two
  • London Time Tour Bus & Guide Book for Two
  • Mary Poppins Returns Tour of London for Four
  • Paddington Bear Tour for Four
  • Paintball Entrance for Eight
  • Peckham Street Art Tour for Two
  • Seafood Dining for Two
  • Secret Gin Run for Two
  • Segway Rally Adventure for One
  • Twickenham Stadium Tour for Two
  • Ultimate London Explorer for One
  • Windsor Castle Bike Tour for Two
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About this product

  • If you know someone who has always wanted to visit London, this is the perfect gift to get them there!
  • With 21 experiences to choose from, there is something for everyone in the Big Smoke.
  • Availability varies depending on your chosen activity.
  • Duration varies depending on your chosen activity.
  • Groups sizes vary depending on your chosen activity.
  • You may be able to bring spectators depending on your chosen activity.
  • Height, weight and health restrictions may apply depending on your chosen activity.
  • Qualifications required vary depending on your chosen activity.
  • Restrictions vary depending on your chosen activity.
  • Minimum age is 18 years.
  • Locations vary depending on your chosen activity. 

The gift vouchers you use for your experience gifts typically have a 18 month validity.

If you have not used your voucher in this time, please contact us and we may be able to help extend the deadline by up to a further six months.

There is an administration fee to extend the validity of a voucher.

Item code: ass1086


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To make sure each and every experience creates the most memorable moments at the highest quality, we have our own team test them as often as we can.

Stacey from Customer Service

Hampton Court, London

Stacey from Customer Service
What did you get up to?
The meeting point for the tour was Hampton Court train station, which is a cute little station, located next to the palace. Once our group all arrived it was time to set off and collect our bikes. The tour started behind a pub over the bridge called the Prince of Wales. Each bike had its own royal name ranging from Anne to Henry. The bikes were vintage and had a spacious basket for us to pop our belongings in. Within our group there were 8 people which is the average sized group for the tour. Here is where our guide introduced herself and allowed us to test out the bike, all seats were adjustable to suit our needs.
Hampton Court is located on the edge of Richmond upon Thames due to the fabulous weather the streets were buzzing with people coming to visit the palace. The guide advised us it would be better to walk our bikes over to the palace instead of biking due the busy streets and narrow bridge. As soon as we reached the palace grounds, our guide informed us of where were going during the tour - through the gardens, along Chestnut Avenue, through the parks which were Henry VIII's hunting grounds to the pub for a nice refreshment and back along the palace grounds via a bike trail next to the Thames.
Our guide led the tour, and everyone could go at their own pace, she would stop at different places and wait for everyone to arrive before telling us stories and the history of Hampton court. The ground was flat and easy to bike around however the bikes do take a little getting used too.
The pub is called the White Hart which has a lovely beer garden full of flowers and live music which made for a perfect pit stop. Everyone had time to enjoy the scenery and a much-needed drink before setting off back to Hampton Court whilst riding along the river Thames. The tour ended at the palace where the guide told us about Henry and his many wives. After which we were welcome to spend the day in the grounds or exploring the facilities.

What did you enjoy the most?
We really enjoyed the relaxing pace and seeing sites of London we wouldn't normally get to see. The tour guide was extremely knowledgeable to it felt like we came away knowing so much about London's history.
Top Tip
Ensure you arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes before the tour start time.
James from Purchasing

UK Brewery Tours, Bermondsey

James from Purchasing
What did you get up to?
We arrived at Hiver Tap Room and met our helpful guide Paul, he introduced himself and explained the itinerary for the next few hours. Our first beer of the day was the Hiver Blonde, Paul explained the tasting notes and the fact the beer is made with pure honey! Definitely something different and I will be looking out for this in the shops. We then moved on to Anspach & Hobday where I tried the stout porter, this was very different to the previous beer as it was a lot darker and bitter. Paul explained the history of the brewery and tap room as well. Once we had finished our drinks we had a short walk to Brew by Numbers, here I tried the Berliner Weisse, I have never tried a beer like this before, and it was very similar to a fruit cider but had the bitterness of a beer, perfect for a hot summer's day! The final and my favourite stop was the Bianca Road Brewery Co, an American themed brewery with a Jamaican vibe, Paul explained how this brewery came to be and we even got to meet the owner! I tried the Salt Lake Shake which is a cinnamon and ginger milkshake IPA this was a very interesting combination of flavours and something I would definitely try again. Overall a very enjoyable day and it opened my eyes to the craft beer scene in Bermondsey's.

What did you enjoy the most?
My favourite stop was the Bianca Road Brewery Co. The vibe was super fun and I loved the Salt Lake Shake!
Top Tip
Try all the different types of beer on offer, you may be pleasantly surprised!
Natasha from Sales


Natasha from Sales
What did you get up to?
The tour started in Mayfair where we were taken to Fortnum and Mason where we were treated to 2 different types of cheese, one of which was an amazing double truffle Gloucester cheese! I didn't think I liked Gloucester until that day.
We were then taken to an elite cheesemongers called Paxton and Whitfield, probably one of the oldest cheese vendors in the business. We tried some fantastic blue cheese!
We moved on to Lina Stores where we tried cheese which has been soaked and matured in red wine and also we also tried a prosecco one. I hadn't tried cheese like that before.
After this, we had a little sit down outside and ate a slice of margarita pizza at an adorable pizzeria not too far from Lina Stores. Once we had finished sitting down the tour guide brought over some goats' cheese for us too!

What did you enjoy the most?
The truffle Gloucester was definitely my favourite out of the lot!
Top Tip
1. As there are so many different types of cheese to try I recommend not to eat beforehand. 2. Wear comfortable shoes as you will be walking around London to all the best places to try cheese.
Tara from Customer Service

The London Bridge and London Tombs (London)

Tara from Customer Service
What did you get up to?
Today we visited the London Bridge and London tombs experience. The whole event was thrilling and lasted around 60 minutes. There is so much to learn about and we found out so much about the dark history of London.

What did you enjoy the most?
We really enjoyed seeing all scary replications and learning about London's dark history.
Top Tip
Get ready to pose as there's a picture between the tour!
Olga from Marketing

Southwark, London

Olga from Marketing
What did you get up to?
Our experience started with an Afternoon Tea at Novotel London Bridge. From the beginning, staff members were all very welcoming and to our surprise one of them visited our hometown in Ukraine. All cakes were not only photo worthy but scrumptious as well. We were also given a drinks menu, from which we ordered a cappuccino and a green tea which came in a lovely tea pot.
After this we went to The View From The Shard. After the elevator took us up to the 68th floor, we had the option to walk up three more floors. Whilst going up, we had a lot of fun looking for beloved London attractions: St Paul Cathedral, Tower Bridge and Tower of London. Everything was decorated for the Queen's Jubilee and felt highly appropriate as we continued embracing Britishness after our Afternoon Tea.
What did you enjoy the most?
For example:
Our favourite part of the experience was tasting all the lovely cakes and taking photos and videos of them, while catching up.
At the Shard my favourite spot was roofless terrace with all the photo zones. It was also interesting to see London from a different perspective.
Top Tip
1. Floor 68 is quieter vs. the top floor and perfect for taking photos :) 2. Leave time for a lovely walk down the Thames 3. Leave space in your tummy for all the cakes.

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London Bridge experience
Great fun and informative at same time. The tombs were fun but not exactly what I expected. Overall a great experience

Dixy | 02/03/23 | Collected by Activity Superstore

This was a horrible afternoon tea. The place had zero atmosphere and the cup of tea was the nicest thing. Wouldn't ever go back and it was a complete waste voucher.

Rachel | 08/02/23 | Collected by Activity Superstore

Good experience
Good experience, but should have been a bit longer for the money paid

Tarren | 03/01/23 | Collected by Activity Superstore

Would totally recommend if u like horror and like the excitement of fear

alec | 16/11/22 | Collected by Activity Superstore

Quick Fun stop
It took a bit of finding hidden down the old part of Tooley Street from London Bridge Station. Inside is very very dark, almost to the point of not being able to see where you are going. We waited on a staircase for other people to arrive. Once there were enough of a group we were able to start. It was very entertaining and very interesting. There is very strong strobe lighting in one section. It is extremley hot down there. All in all it is fun but does not take long to go round. I got bargain priced tickets so worth it for me Would have prefered more gore.

Roo | 09/09/22 | Collected by Activity Superstore

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