Heatwave Hotspots In London
Rooftop Film Club - Peckham
Sitting on the rooftop of the Bussey Building you can not only watch your favourite films in an iconic setting, but you can also enjoy the incredible panoramic views of London while you’re there. This outdoor cinema supplies comfy deck chairs and plenty of drinks and snacks to keep you comfortable. Taken in the sunset while watching your favourite films - the Rooftop Film Club really is an unforgettable cinema experience.
Bussey Building, 133 Rye Ln, London, SE15 4ST
Dalston Eastern Curve Garden - Dalston
This hidden garden is a green oasis in the middle of the city. The garden was created in 2010 on the old Eastern Curve railway line and offers a variety of events for families and the green fingered. Dalston Eastern Curve Garden welcomes volunteers to help out with maintaining this great, green space so you can learn some gardening tips while you’re there.
13 Dalston Ln, Dalston, London, E8 3DF
Barbican Conservatory - Barbican
The second largest conservatory in London opened in 1984 and now houses around 2,000 species of tropical plants and trees. Take in the incredible variety of flora while enjoying an afternoon tea or take some time to sit next to one of the koi pools nestled in the greenery. This is the ideal tranquil Sunday afternoon activity to enjoy with friends, family or if on your own.
Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8DS
Boat Ride From Camden Market To Little Venice
While there are many boat trips along the Thames in London, for a more 'off the beaten track' boat ride, try the Camden Market to Little Venice ride. This boat trip travels along the pretty Regents canal every day of the week from just £10, and it’s recommended to book in advance on those sunny summer days.
Little Venice Location: In the pool at Little Venice opposite number 42 Blomfield Road
Camden Location: On the towpath outside Cafe Chula, 75 West Yard, NW1 8AF
This article was written by South Point Suites, a family-friendly hotel in Bermondsey, London.