Things To Do During The Bank Holiday Weekend

Everyone is ready to relax and enjoy this three-day holiday, here are some unique events and restaurants around Richmond and in London to make sure you make the most of your weekend.

Richmond

Richmond London Treasure Hunt

This treasure hunt takes you around Richmond town and park. You’ll receive a digital or hard copy (these take 5-7days to come so digital copy is best for last minute which you’ll receive straight away). These packs contain a compass and a digital code to obtain a discount at the pub.

This is a great family inclusive way to see all the things Richmond has to offer, also get a discounted lunch and cheeky drink. Book here.

Private Tour Of Kew Gardens

If you haven’t been to Kew Gardens or want to learn more about the history of the place, a private is perfect for you and your kids.

Not only would you learn about the rich history but also find all the cute spots for pictures. You’ll meet your tour guide at the Lions Gate entrance. For more information on the itinerary and how to book click here

Peace By Piece Exhibit

This art exhibition is a little outside of Richmond but could be quite interesting and different to see if you’re interested in art.

The artwork consists of many thousands of shredded pieces. To convey the practice of destroying something to make something beautiful. These artworks were done during lockdown and are now ready to be seen by the world.

If you want to see this unique line of work click here.

London

Qualino’s

This extravagant restaurant is reopening on Friday 28th August and are now accepting reservations. Enjoy the glamour whether it’s a date night or a catchup with friends and family. They provide live music and a lovely inclusive menu to suit everyone’s tastes.

They have kept in mind covid-19 regulations and have done their best to adhere to these rules.

For more information or to book, click here.

AI WEIWEI HISTORY OF BOMBS

Ai Weiwei immerses you in this site-specific artwork as the atrium was given in it’s entirety to the artist for the first time in that history of the building.

She explores the complexity of international migration, human conflict and the relationship between the individual, society and the state.

If you have an interest in art take a look here for more information.

Joy

Enjoy the exciting buzz of Joy, this contemporary space on the Portobello Docks which includes: outdoor restaurant FLORA, farm shop The Goods Shed, take home wine bottle shop Uncharted Wines and Biercraft, as well as a honey shop and pop up shops from Hit-And-Run and Goddess Charms.

This place is sure to occupy your time and give you a sensual experience. For more information click here.

Costa Del Tottenham

This place is full of wonderful food, drinks and entertainment in a socially distant way.

Enjoy a variety of food and gorgeous cocktails whilst playing games, enjoying a DJ or taking part in quiz nights. There’s plenty of things to do for everyone with each day giving you something different.  

If you want to see which days are providing what click here.

Alexandra Palace

Book a table at The Terrace, high on the hill with a panoramic view of London. It includes 4 food vendors and a fully stacked bar.

Experience everything you missed during lockdown with a fun night out.

Carnival vibes will be on heavy rotation all bank holiday weekend. Head up the hill for jerk chicken, pina coladas and one hell of a view as our resident DJS spin a carnival-inspired soundtrack.

Book a table here.

Hope these fun and different ideas help you figure out how to make the most of your bank holiday weekend.

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