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Team Building Activities in London
So you're stuck organising the latest work team building session and it's hard to keep everyone happy, right? Er, wrong! London is an awesome melting pot of high energy venues and bustling activities, offering fun and retro sports, as well as hotspots to learn useful and equally useless skills. Get the whole team involved, put everything you can into it and see the benefits back in the office. Here is our lowdown on the top team building venues and activities in London.
Nothing brings a team together like trying to wade through one million plastic balls. For your next office outing, book yourselves into the perfectly placed East London staple Ballie Ballerson for an unlimited pizza and ball pit play session.
Why build on your teamwork skills in this reality, when you could do it in another? A unique concept in London, Otherworld others the chance to take on VR challenges as a group, entering into individual immersion rooms that are linked via online games. There's even a space-aged themed bar for post-play debriefs and drinks.
Powering up in Canary Wharf, Electric Shuffle is an all-new technological shuffleboard experience that's sure to make any team night out an instant winner. Combining the great British pastime with a state-of-the-art scoring system, plenty of booze and delicious food, it's the ultimate social activity.
Pitch is perfectly placed in the heart of the City, offering its guests a chance to hit the course and get team building with their fun, golf-based games. From full Pitch and Putt 18 hole course to golf darts, there's heaps on offer.
There's nothing wrong with a bit of competition in the workplace, so why not book a space at Bounce, London's favourite ping-pong bar. Serving up more than a great forehand, Bounce also does great food and some damn tasty gin-infused cocktails too.
For team building activities in London, mix business with pleasure and treat your team to a cocktail making class at Dirty Martini. Learn how to make your favourite Dirty Martini cocktails, demonstrated and explained by the skilled hand of your own private bartender.
Don't worry about any weird conversations with Brian from accounts, It's Unknown are bringing you the ultimate team night out as they get people together via the medium of silly games, ultimate tunes and comedy events.
On the hunt for great team building activities in London? The National Gallery Quiz has got you covered with a fun group event that'll see you roaming around the museum as you search for and appreciate some of the best items on display.
Aftermath is an immersive game with a difference, it comes to you. Perfect for an office party or team building with colleagues, the game will have you working against the clock to try and prevent the end of the world, no biggie then.
Looking for a new way to explore your local area? The Secret City is an outdoor adventure that will see you following an immersive trail, solving clues sent to your phone and stumbling across secret gems - with the option to schedule in a pub stop too.
Head over to London Fields Brewery where this fun tour and tasting is showing how one of East London's most exciting taprooms makes its tasty pints. Get a behind the scenes look at how their beer comes into being, before sampling the goods for yourself.
Fun, interactive and competitive, Puttshack is one of the best team building activities in London. Head down to their Bank location for the chance to pit your skills against the rest of the team's as they bring you hole-after-hole of high-tech mini-golf.
1920 is a popular throwback to the times of Al Capone and is a cool American pool bar and favourite for team building activities in London. Competition can get fierce as colleagues compete across 8ft tables, which can be reserved or hired out exclusively.
There's no better team-building project than playing over 150 different games on two 150 inch screens. At the Inamo Soho Games Room you've got all that, streaming services, and their packages include pan-Asian food so you can spend more time gaming.
Baranis gives your employees a taste of southern France with the added convenience of a local tube stop. Team building activities include a game on the UK's only indoor Pétanque court (French Boules) and a range of Provence inspired cocktails to keep everyone's tastebuds tingling.
Grab your finest crew and head to this hideaway for a night of big tunes. Perfect for office parties, work socials and friendly get-togethers, Lucky Voice is all about the music, with a selection of karaoke booths, a cocktail bar and LED-lit dancefloor.
Want to take your colleagues on a unique team building experience in London? Look no further than these quirky ScooTours around the city. You'll zoom trough Hyde Park, pass Kensington Palace and stop off at the Royal Albert Hall with plenty of fun facts along the way.
Nothing brings a team together quite like an immersive cocktail experience, and this is a particularly good one. You and your teammates will get the chance to don hazmat suits and infuse cocktails to the sound of gangster rap, now that sure is one quirky sounding exercise.
A Door In A Wall is an interactive game that forces Londoners to solve puzzles and crack clues while exploring the city. From looking for clues in a hidden bar to flying through the streets of London, this experience looks to push everyone outside of their comfort zones.
Swingers doesn't just look good; this indoor crazy golf hotspot has impressive helter-skelter and big wheel courses. Don't miss the cracking cocktail selection, featuring frozen pina coladas and clover clubs alongside food from the likes of Breddos Tacos.
Take your team to an old school disco experience unlike any other at Roller Nation. Strap on a pair of skates and hit the rink where you'll get to dance to a top party playlist, with a bar serving a wide range of quirky cocktails and private areas available to book for your group.
Yes folks, the rumours are true; it turns out that wine has special powers of integrating and uniting colleagues together. With The London Wine School in tow, you'll get to know some of the best bottles in the business from a true connoisseur while growing stronger as a group.
Get to know your friends or colleagues better by spending the day battling zombies, exploring foreign territories or escaping from a top security prison with DNA VR's epic games offering. Suitable for groups of up to six you can opt to either free roam or take on an escape room like no other.
This summer, hop aboard a Canal Party Cruise with your crew and enjoy one seriously memorable team building experience. Not only will the two hour adventure have you soaking up the sights of Regent's Canal, but you can alps bring your own food, booze and music to soundtrack.
Prepare for the ultimate scavenger hunt as Bucket Race pits teams to complete tasks, activities and challenges as you uncover hidden gems in London. From Camden to Hyde Park, you'll be taken on an adventure through the city.
Electronic Theatre is an all-new immersive gaming concept in the heart of London. Groups will get to enter the LightBoxes and become a part of the game, solving puzzles and working together in an attempt to complete challenges... making for a totally unique team building adventure.
What better way to bond with your team than by taking them to an enthralling history lesson... with lots of beer! The Griffin Brewery is a fascinating place that boasts over 160 years of brewing history - as you can imagine, this is a spot with plenty of tales to tell.
Bond with your team over the best gags in the business with some top quality stand up, hilarious stunts and the best eye-watering jokes in a secret venue beneath a thriving restaurant on Drury Lane. With big names such as Jason Manford and Jack Whitehall, you'll be rolling in the aisles.
Gather the gang for an evening of boozy concoctions at North London's Laki Kane. Not only is it a great tropical oasis for a few fun cocktails but they also have rum-making masterclasses where you'll be taught how to create spiced rums within your own private section of the bar.
Grab your gang and head on down to Belushis Hammersmith where the party never stops. Known for their party spirit, beer pong, DJ nights, American bites, massive burgers, and sports action, their site here and across the city in Shepherd's Bush, Camden and Greenwich are a sure win.
Ever wondered what it would be like to explore London on your own e-bike? This unique tour and team building experience will take your through The City by way of Angel, Clerkenwell and The Barbican, giving you plenty of fun facts about the capital as you ride.
Decked out with five bowling lanes, ping-pong tables as well as its own bar and stage, the Kingpin Suite in Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes is a must for team building activities in London. If that doesn't sound like your kettle of fish, book into one of the four karaoke rooms.
The Big London Bake is a fun baking event taking inspiration from one of the UK's most popular TV shows, encouraging you to battle it out with others to win the coveted first place prize. You knead to take this seriously; immortality is just a scone's throw away.
What better way to bond with you colleagues than having to work together to escape the living dead? Trapped in a Room with a Zombie is the brilliant escape room that involves team work, puzzle solving and risk taking to escape - and if all else fails you could always sacrifice your boss.
Mission: Bomb Disposal will see you and your team working together to save the capital from certain destruction. During the immersive game you'll be tasked with solving clues and riddles as you venture around London to discover a secret hideout.
With a critical threat level looming, you and your team will embody secret agents and attempt to save hundreds of lives by stopping a bomb from going off in Central London. Or how about rescuing hostages from a sticky situation? Think you've got what it takes? Head to Waterloo and find out.