Discover hidden gems in London with this map of London areas showing lesser-known and unusual things to do in top London areas.
Whether you’re looking for different things to do in Central London areas such as the South Bank, Covent Garden or the City of London, or are seeking activities and attractions in London’s suburbs, there are plenty of things to do in London’s neighbourhoods – find them all on this London map.
Head south to Brixton, birthplace of David Bowie; or Crystal Palace, once home to the ground-breaking exhibition but now the place to spot dinosaurs – just one of the many unusual things to see in London.
If you’d rather venture west, the areas of Richmond, Chiswick and Hammersmith offer plentiful opportunities for family fun and things to do outdoors in London, from parks and river walks to historic houses and lesser-known London attractions.
East London, meanwhile, offers hipster hangouts, with many trendy East London restaurants, cafes and bars in the likes of Shoreditch. You could also explore Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, where you’ll be able to follow in the footsteps of sporting heroes, scale the Orbit and find hidden gems such as canals, parkland and family activities. And don’t miss Greenwich, home to maritime attractions, sweeping views and some secret spots for lunch.