As the Paralympic Games comes to an end and the closing ceremony marks the final chapter in what have undoubtedly been the most successful games ever for Team GB, GoSeeDo.com is offering proud spectators and supporters the chance to celebrate with a variety of brilliantly British activities and outings.
If you’re still buzzing from Team GB and Paralympic GB's success and feeling particularly patriotic then make the most of the very best that Britain has to offer, from the classic tradition of afternoon tea at London institution Fortnum and Mason, to the bright lights of theatreland in the West End, literary greats, musical maestros and more.
Up at the O2
This unforgettable 90-minute experience takes you on an expedition across the top of the O2 Arena, with spectacular 360° views of London – and the Olympic venues - from the centre of the roof. This exhilarating outdoor challenge combines with a completely unique view of England’s capital city. Your adventure concludes with a thrilling descent back to base.
Tickets start from £22 per person.
Take a trip back in time to Dickens World, an exciting indoor family theme park based on the life and characters of Charles Dickens. Visitors can take an exhilarating journey from sewer to rooftop through the cobbled alleyways of Dickensian England and see sights including The Haunted House of 1859 and Peggotty’s boathouse, as well as taking The Great Expectations Boat Ride.
Tickets start from £13 per adult and £8 per child.
The Beatles Tour
The Beatles Tour is your ticket to ride… back to the swinging 60’s in a chauffeur driven eco-friendly vehicle. This three-hour London-based guided tour takes you to the homes, hangouts, recording studios and film locations graced by the Fab Four, including Abbey Road Studios, the registry office where both Paul and Ringo got married and the Beatles ‘rooftop session’ location.
Tickets start from £72 per adult and £59 per child.
The Beatles Story
Visit the award-winning Beatles Story in the Fab Four’s hometown of Liverpool. Take a magical mystery tour of two sites dedicated to The Beatles, and discover how John, Paul, George and Ringo - four ordinary but talented young lads - became the biggest pop sensation in the world.
Tickets start from £14 per adult and £8 per child.
Fortnum and Mason Afternoon Tea
Escape the chaos of everyday life with an elegant afternoon tea at historic Fortnum and Mason. Tea at Fortnum’s, consists of a selection of choice teas, freshly cut finger sandwiches, scones, cakes and canapés. Of the five restaurants at Fortnum and Mason, the recently ‘refreshed’ Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon is traditionally the most popular location for afternoon tea.
Tickets start from £40 per adult.
The West End of London is famous for showcasing the very best of theatrical performances and with shows like Billy Elliot, Blood Brothers and Sweeney Todd offering entertaining insight into British life in years gone by, why not enjoy a matinee or evening performance or even indulge in an overnight theatre package.
Theatre tickets start from £20 per adult.
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Shabana Adam @Shabana_FAM