With Father’s Day fast approaching, it’s time to start planning a great day out to celebrate! As always with London, there’s a wide array of things to do and see, and Father’s Day is no different. These are some of our favourite ideas of ways to celebrate that special relationship in the capital.
Champagne & Shave, Murdock London
For those who want some manly bonding time (with a touch of class), the Champagne and Shave is always a good option. Champagne Charles Heidsieck has partnered up with Murdock London to offer father and son grooming with a glass of champagne.
They’ll be offering a wide range of treatments from touch-ups to full grooms. If you book in advance as well, you’ll have the chance to get your hands on a complimentary bottle of Cava – always a winner.
More information can be found here.
Sci-Fi Father’s Day
If you’re dad is into Star Wars, Star Trek, or Star anything, then the Museum of Brand’s ‘Beam me Back, Scotty’ exhibition may just be for you. Take a step back in time (or to the future?) with this awesome display of memorabilia from the classic sci-fi films.
More information can be found on the Museum’s website.
Brewdog Beers, Soho
If you’ve never been to Brewdog before, then it’ll definitely be a treat for you both. A UK-based brewery with a twist, Brewdog offers a selection of truly interesting beers and ales (and you can sample beforehand). If you’re not quite sure what we mean, think coconut beer, or chilli ale. It’s well worth a visit and can be a great place to just relax and enjoy the afternoon or evening.
There are a few Brewdogs dotted around the city, so you can find the most convenient for you here.
If you’re dad is a bit of a foodie, why not consider the Gelato festival. Taste a wide range of ice creams and cool concoctions at this festival, as well as taking part in workshops to learn how to make your own. A great day trip for the family, or just a relaxing way to enjoy the outside. This festival is travelling across Europe, so make sure you don’t miss it in London (June 16-18).
More information on their website.