Where-To’s and What-To’s For Father’s Day

It’s time to treat that especial man in your life… Your Dad!

Sunday, June 17th is Father’s Day. A chance to celebrate your dad and treat him to something extraordinary. Plan a day to remember this Father’s Day, check out the top things to do with your dad in London.

Greenwich Royal Tours

Treat your dad like Royalty this Father’s Day with the Greenwich Royal Tours. This intimate tour includes your very own guide who will show you the cafes and pubs that most tourists miss. You’ll also get the chance to try the finest English and international cuisine. The tour includes a trip to the famous Greenwich Market where there’s something for all the family.

Namco FunScape

Is your dad just a big kid? Then he’ll love Namco FunScape. This action-packed venue is jammed with 150 interactive video games and activities including an American pool hall, techno-bowling, private karaoke, bumper cars and a new addition: the vault laser challenge. Namco FunScape is easy to find (right next door to The London Eye) on London’s South Bank, with amazing views of Parliament and Big Ben.

Wembley Stadium Tours

Do you have a footy mad dad? The Wembley Stadium Tour is an experience of a lifetime. This guided tour of the most celebrated sports stadium in the world will give your dad an exclusive behind the scenes look at the England Dressing Room, Players Tunnel and the Press Room. And don’t worry, if you’re not a football fan, there are tonnes to keep the family occupied.

9 of Herts Golf Centre

Challenge your dad to a game of golf this Father’s Day at the 9 of Herts Golf Centre. This stunning 9-hole golf course is perfect for anyone looking to play a quick round of golf. You can also play footgolf at the centre: a fusion between football and golf. And if it’s raining, visitors can use the all-weatherproof 11-bay driving range. One-to-one and group lessons are available which make the perfect gift on Father’s Day.

Legoland Windsor

For Lego-mad dads, the Legoland Windsor Resort is a must-see attraction this Father’s Day. Legoland Windsor has more than 20 new Lego models made up of 1.5 million Lego bricks including two five-foot guardian dragons built from 77,280 Lego bricks – now that’s impressive!


What better way to spend a Father’s Day evening than at Boisdale. This venue has everything you need to celebrate in style: classic British food, fine wine and whisky, cigars and live jazz and blues. Don’t forget your dancing shoes, Boisdale is London’s greatest live music venue. Book early, avoid disappointment.

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We love you, Dad!


Laura Marie Parker