What to do in London on a wet day

It doesn’t really rain every day of the year, but when it does, it rains intermittently. That’s why it’s not a bad idea to know what to do in London on a wet day.

Many of the best attractions in London are indoors and you can take advantage of the day without problems.

Here are some of the most famous attractions to do in London on a wet day.

Madame Tussauds wax museum

You can see hundreds of wax figures of the most important characters in cinema, television, music and international culture.

It opens from Monday to Friday from 09:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and on weekends from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

The London wax museum tickets have different prices for adults and children:

  • Adults: £ 29
  • Children (from 3 to 15 years old): £25
  • Children under 3 enter for free.

Address: Marylebone Road, NW1 5LR

Tower of London

The Tower of London is a historic castle that is part of the World Heritage Site and is located in the north of the River Thames and is undoubtedly one of the most visited places of the city.

With almost 1000 years old, going to this tower is one of the best things you could do in London on a wet day.

This majestic tower opens every day from 9 am to 17:30 pm and the tickets have different prices:

  • Adults: £22
  • Children (5 to 15 years old): £11
  • Children under 5 enter free

Address: St Katherine’s & Wapping, EC3N 4AB

Shopping at Spitalfields Market, Brick Lane Market and Petticoat Lane Market

Spitalfields Market, Brick Lane Market and Petticoat Lane markets are very famous markets in London, and all three are located side by side in the east of the centre of the British capital.

They open from Monday to Sunday from 9 am to 17:30 pm.

They are under roof, so it makes it the perfect thing to to do in London on a wet day.

Address: Vernasa Cafe, 9 Wentworth St, Spitalfields, E1 7TB

London Transport Museum

Most of the museums in London are spectacular and we can guarantee you that it is one of the best things to do in London on a wet day.

One of the most peculiar is the London Transport Museum, located in the city centre, in the wonderful Covent Garden square.

You can enjoy an incredible journey through the evolution of public transport methods throughout the history of London.

They open every day from 10 am to 6 pm and the tickets have different prices:

  • Adults: $ 17. Free admission with the tourist London pass
  • Under 18: free admission

Address: Covent Garden, WC2E 7BB

Which of these options do you think would be better for you? Leave us a comment and let us know which of these options would you try. Or visit Days Out in London for more things to do!

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