5 unmissable London rooftops

20th June 2019

It’s finally rooftop season, so take your socialising to new heights with this list of things to do. We like to think that we’ve put together a list of some of the quirkiest and coolest rooftops London has to offer.

 

  1. The Rooftop St James

If you're looking for for a place to get all dressed up for a night on the town with amazing views and even better cocktails then head to The Rooftop.

Date: open year round

Closest train station: London Waterloo

 

  1. Rooftop Film Club

Enjoy the latest movies or indulge in old favourites with the Rooftop Film Club. With a variety of genres and venues to choose from, you can ditch those cramped theatres with sticky floors and head to rooftop heaven and enjoy your favourite flicks.

Tickets: from £14.95

Date: varies

Closest train station: Peckham Rye (varies)

 

  1. Birdie’s Rooftop Crazy Golf

Head out for an extraordinary rooftop/crazy golf experience at Birdie’s. Better than ever with a newly refreshed 9-hole (circus themed!) course and lots of new obstacles. Grab your mates and get ready for a day of clowning around.

Tickets: £9.50

Date: varies

Closest train station: Stratford

 

  1. Coq d'Argent

If rooftop gardens are your thing, Coq d'Argent is not to be missed. Expect a combination of regional French cuisine and unbelievable views of the London skyline. Choose from the circular bar, brasserie or restaurant.

Date: varies

Closest train station: Cannon Street

 

  1. Brunch at Radio Rooftop

Sunny weekends were made for rooftop brunches. Head to Radio Rooftop to experience their new brunch menu every Saturday and Sunday beginning at 11am. Our favourite is the Ricotta pancakes with banana and honeycomb butter. Yum!

Date: varies

Closest train station: Blackfriars

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