Discover the best group activities in London. When it comes to group activities, there is no shortage of options. From VR experiences to natural lipstick making and everything in between, the possibilities are endless.
So if you’re looking for fun group activities in London that will leave your friends talking about it for weeks, look no further. Here are just a few of our favourite group activities in the city.
1. Take a group cooking class
You know it’s true what they say, a group that eats together, stays together. The Avenue Cookery School offers an impressive list of cooking and baking classes. From beginners to intermediate, Chinese cooking to fun cupcake decorating classes, there’s a class here for every group. And yes they also have something for the kids.
2. Zero latency VR experience
Take your group into the metaverse in this 30-minute, fun-packed, adrenaline session. This is not your usual VR experience but it’s one that everyone in the team will love. MeetsSpaceVR offers a zero latency VR experience where your body becomes the controller and your mind believes it’s all really happening.
3. Take a nude life drawing class
If you love art and fancy a more cultural experience for your group, then taking a nude life drawing class might be a great option. From Rembrandt to Picasso, all the greats had to learn how to first draw the human form before they developed their individual style. There is weekly life drawing drop-in sessions at the Islington Art Factory.
4. Escape Rooms
If you’re ready to escape to 1675 China, then head straight to Room 33 at Escape Rooms. When you get there, you’ll need to find and steal the Emperor’s bronze vase and escape back to the time portal before it closes for good. And by the way, you’ve only got one hour. Good luck.
5. Take a cocktail-making class
Located in their flagship venue in Shoreditch, East London, Mixology Events offers 100%, interactive cocktail-making classes. This award-winning class will teach your group about the fundamentals of making cocktails. And the best part is that it doesn’t matter how small or big your group is, they’ll accommodate you just fine.
6. Go boating
If you’ve always wanted to row, row, row your boat gently down the stream, now is your time. Grab your group, hire a boat and row gently down the Serpentine lake as you take in the beautiful views of Hyde Park. Not only is nature therapy a thing, this is also a great team bonding exercise.
7. Learn how to make lipstick
If you’re planning a bachelorette party or you’ve always wanted to know how to craft your perfect lipstick shade, then you should attend the Natural Lipstick Making Workshop at Token Studio. And the best part is that they only use edible ingredients and they have a designer on hand to help you colour-match to perfection.