What better city to spend Father’s Day in than London? With it’s eclectic range of events and non-stop entertainment, as well as its array of restaurants, bars and historical sites, you’d be hard pressed not to impress your dad. Whatever the age and tastes of your Dad, there’s plenty you can take advantage of, whether it be a father son or father daughter bonding trip. With plenty to keep you and your father happy in the city, not least the comfortable accommodation in the Park Grand Hyde Park London, you’ll have more than enough opportunity to show your father how much you love him.
Taker a trip to Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium is the biggest stadium in the UK and mostly hosts football games ranging from the FA cup (who own the stadium) to international fixtures. With a capacity of up to 90,000, if you happen to be in London during a big fixture, you’ll be able to experience with your father the exhilarating feeling of being amongst some of the most passionate football and sports fans out there. If you’re dad is a sports fanatic, then this could be the once in a lifetime trip to make his day and his stay in London.
Watch some golden oldies at the Prince Charles Cinema
The Prince Charles cinema is the cinephiles dream. With it’s luxurious interior and its Leicester Square location, the glitz and the glamour of the big red carpet cinemas in the area really trickles off into this quaint little Off-west End number. One of the main draws to the Prince Charles cinema is its daily screenigns of not just the new blockbusters and independent releases, but the fan and cult favourites from the ages. The Prince Charles cinema is home to all night back to back film screenings as well as question and answer sessions with the likes of Tommy Wiseau from the spectacular and comedically baffling The Room.
Delve into ancient history to show him he’s not that old
Help your dad feel young again and take him to the British Museum for one of its many exhibits. The permanent collection is free and rather extensive, giving you a chance to explore the birth and rise of humanity, from Egyptian relics to the Japanese Samurai culture. Whatever period of history your dad is in to, the British Museum will have it and for no price whatsoever. To make the most out of the British Museum, why not check out some of its unique temporary exhibits. With a current exhibit on the art of Ancient Greece, as well as a “Search into Dissent” with Ian Hislop, there’s an abundance to look forward to.
Enjoy a drink at the Park Grand
At the end of the day, why not wind down at the stylish bar at the Park Grand Hyde Park. Whilst there is no dinner menu at the restaurant in Hyde Park, you can still enjoy savoury snacks and a great drinks menu which will no doubt keep you cheery all night.