On Father’s Day you really want to treat your dad and show him how great you think he is. So why not take him out in London and give him a day to remember? There’s so many things to do in the capital city that whatever his interests are, you’re sure to find something that you can enjoy together.
Is he a football fan? If so, you’ll find that most of London’s stadiums put on tours – which is the perfect chance to see your team’s grounds up close. In fact, Chelsea have even arranged for Ron Harris to take guests on a tour of Stamford Bridge on June 19th. He will talk about his own experiences in the great stadium, as well as giving autographs, answering questions and sharing photos with guests. In addition, the tour includes a Q&A session, signed personalised photo of the legend, an audio guide for the museum and a guidebook.
If your dad isn’t much of a football fan, then how about taking him out for some top-quality food? For something a bit different, have you thought about taking him for afternoon tea?Traditionally, this British delight was focused more towards women, but London’s got some great choices that anyone will love. At the Athenaeum you can get a gentleman’s afternoon tea, which is made up of a fantastic selection including wild boar sausage rolls, mini steak and ale pies and cheddar and bacon scones, as well as a fantastic selection of whiskies.
Or why not head to Lord’s Cricket Ground? Enjoy a traditional afternoon tea, as well as a guided tour of the Pavilion and MCC Museum.Of course, London has thousands of different things to see and do, so do some digging and you’re sure to find the perfect thing to treat your dad on this special day.