Fun Things To Do With Your Wife in London

You’ve married the perfect woman, you spend every day together and you know each other inside out, but sometimes date night gets caught in repetitive cycles. Stop taking your special lady to the same old places in the capital – the city is packed full of romantic trips, excellent plays, and more restaurants than you could ever count. So whether it’s an anniversary, birthday, Valentine’s Day or you just want to treat her to something special, this is where to take your wife in London if you want to have a really good time.  

Still stuck for ideas? Check out 45 fun things to do for couples in London.

Last updated on 21st September 2021




  The Murdér Express

981 user reviews 5

@ Pedley Street Station on Various dates from Wednesday 22nd September 2021

Take your loved one for a dinner date quite unlike any other. Back by popular demand, The Murdér Express is an immersive dining experience from the team at Funicular Productions and MasterChef champ Jane Devonshire. Expect an evening of non-stop entertainment, just don't be surprised if the detective points his finger at you.

Puttshack Bank

877 user reviews 5

Giving a classic date night a modern twist, this excellent bar and mini-golf venue in the heart of the City is one of the best activities to treat the other half to. Sink a couple of cocktails and then get ready to hit the course for round-after-round of high-octane putting.

Show your wife some love with a bottomless afternoon tea at The Montague on the Gardens. The sophisticated Bloomsbury hotel will be serving up 90 minutes of free-flowing drinks and tiered sweet and savoury treats on its gorgeous outdoor terrace.

Dalloway Terrace

4 user reviews 4

Dalloway Terrace is a beautiful, tranquil place to eat with your wife in London. Named after Virginia Woolf's Mrs Dalloway, the venue carries a distinctly British, elegant charm throughout, while the kitchen serves up delicious treats from breakfast to brunch to Afternoon Tea. Even better is that the 'indoor-outdoor' concept of the terrace means that it's a gorgeous spot for the summer months, and once winter rolls around, it's delightfully heated.