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Valentine’s Day Ideas

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Stuck for ideas for something different to do on Valentine’s Day? Check out these suggestions:

Back row of the cinema
Book a two-seater sofa at The Electric cinema in Notting Hill or The Aubin in  Shoreditch and snuggle up on the back row of the cinema.

Gaze at the stars
Visit the Greenwich Observatory Planetarium and experience the wonders of the night sky and explore the solar system. Real images from spacecraft and images from telescopes with advanced CGI are projected onto a fully immersive dome for an out of this world experience.

Highgate Cemetery
Taking your date to a cemetery might sound a bit creepy but a wander around the ivy-clad ruins of this Victorian cemetery  really is romantic. The most atmospheric part of the cemetery is the West Cemetery. Take an organised tour and explore the catacombs, tombs and maze of overgrown gravestones and memorials.

Have a ball
Museum of London are hosting a Pleasure Garden Ball on Valentine’s Day. Promising a night of dancing, drinking and decadence as they recreate Georgian London’s pleasure garden. Don’t forget your masquerade mask…

A flight for two
Enjoy a private capsule for two, a bottle of champagne, chocolates and London’s skyline at sunset with a special Valentine’s flight on the London Eye.


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