Bank Holiday Stay at the VSC

Are you looking for a last minute get-away and change of scenery? We still have bedrooms available at the VSC this Bank Holiday weekend where you can absorb that London has to offer.

Our bedrooms start at £127 per night or if you’re planning on bringing the kids our family rooms start at £165 per night.

London is still very quiet at the moment and it’s an ideal time to explore the city. Please take a look below, at some of the impressive sights you can see and things to do in London.

Churchill War Rooms

Explore the secret underground headquarters where Prime Minister Winston Churchill lived and worked during WWII.

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View from The Shard

Located 800ft above the ground, 'The View from The Shard' is the highest viewing platform in London and is the only place to see the entire city all at once. The viewing galleries on Level 69 and the open-air Skydeck on Level 72 provide spectacular views across London. 

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Royal Air Force Museum

The Royal Air Force Museum London is a national museum that celebrates and commemorates the story of the Royal Air Force. Admission to the museum is free.

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Great for kids



Best for: ages 11+

Who knew that looking for tiny containers in your local area could be so thrilling, and take you to places that you never knew existed? If you’re not up to speed, now is most definitely the time to discover geocaching. Download the Geocache app, and use GPS navigation and clues to unearth ‘treasure’ – this means anything from bottle caps to toy Smurfs, but finds can be more substantial. Make sure you take something to leave in its place.

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Best for: ages 10+

Trudging about in the mud by the river is a pretty cool pastime – but it’s also educational. If you keep your eyes peeled, you can uncover all sorts of gems washed up by the ebb and flow, from Victorian clay pipes and Georgian tiles to Mesolithic flints. Check the tide timetable, take wellies and gloves, and go down to the Thames. The best spots include under the Millennium Bridge and the North Bank, by St Paul’s Cathedral.


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