Let out your inner artist with an afternoon at Paint a Pic. The fun event will give you all the kit to make your own takeaway creation, while your host, a talented professional, will teach you some tips and tricks to make your masterpiece pop.
Alcohol-Free Fun In London
Searching for alcohol-free activities? London Games Room are supplying you with a a Monster DYP. Taking place at Foosball Club in Islington, you'll be matched with a few partners so you can practice and show off your skills.
The original home of social darts, Flight Club has pioneered the revolutionary hi-tech game. Perfect for everything from first dates to group nights out, you can expect events like brunch socials and speed darting alongside the usual game of darts.
Consider yourself an adrenaline junkie? Have a crack at this thrilling immersive experience that seas' require a drop of alcohol. Navrtar will have you shooting zombies in an apocalypse or taking down aliens in a crash site with your strongest team of five players.
Fancy an alternative night out in London? This unique event in London without alcohol is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat. Hosted by one of the UK's top magicians, The Magic Hour will have your jaws dropping as you watch sleight of hand and impossible trickery.
If you're on the hunt for some alcohol-free fun, but still want to feel super glam, Humble Grape's wine tasting events are just the ticket this January. With low and no booze offerings to keep the good times flowing, a visit is perfect for date nights and catchups with mates.
Looking for booze-free fun? Then be sure to check out Create and Flow: movement and painting at Prana Space. Expect a heartwarming tea ritual that aims to ignite the fire from within, followed by a movement practice and an energy flow on paper. This is an event you won't want to miss.
Feeling stressed? Then make your way to the Stress Relief Guided Meditation and Oracle Advice in Kensington Gardens. This awesome event aims to relieve the tension with a full chakra activation meditation, followed by grounding within mother Earth.
Ever wanted to master the art of pasta-making? Over in Ealing broadway, Simone Remoli is hosting a bunch of classes at his restaurant. You can learn how to make the most delicious tagliatelle, penne, ravioli and tortellini, then enjoy a delicious Italian feast with wine afterwards.
Whether you're a beginner or pro, Train My Wheels is providing plenty of rollerskating classes to get you movin' and groovin'. Make your way to YMCA Club on Great Russell Street to break a sweat, all while dancing to some fabulous dancehall or afrobeats tunes.
Flex your vocal chords at one of London's top karaoke bars, which promises a night of fun without any booze involved. Belt out top tunes like Mariah Carey in your very own private room, with additional food and drink packages available should you want them.
Looking for quirky things to do in London? The Haunting of Susan A is a unique theatre show that invites you to become a part of local history. This chilling performance regales you with stories, memories and mysteries that have been hidden in the walls of The King's Head Theatre.
If you fancy doing something a little different without a drop of alcohol, head on over to Puttshack. These masters of high-tech minigolf have created some seriously quirky courses for you to have a go at, with their very own restaurant to hit up afterwards.
If you like the sound of an exclusive all-access VR experience, then Hyper Reality is the alcohol-free adventure for you. Take on three immersion zones (The Arena, The Place with No Name, The Rollercoaster/ VR Go-Kart) with access to the lounge area to chill out afterwards.
Fancy a night out but not keen on the booze? Hop aboard The Dutch Master, which will take you down the River Thames for one of Silent Sounds' boat parties. Expect fun tunes, which you can listen to via headphones, and stunning views of the capital at night.
Go head-to-head with your mates over at Clays, where you can try your hand at their clay pigeon shooting game and enjoy tasty grub. This is a super fun way to catch up with friends, as they'll even send you photos and videos of your night out afterwards.
Bringing together elements of immersion and high-tech set design, AIM Escape is a revolutionary escape room experience that offers plenty of alcohol-free fun in London. Choose from four different rooms with your winning team and be prepared to put your brains to the test.
This is a classic booze-free activity in London that's always sure to get you grinning. Get ready to roll at All Star Lanes Holborn where old school bowling alleys and American-style diners await, ideal for date nights, birthday parties and friends getting together.
This immersive social experience is your answer to alcohol-free fun in London. Electric Playbox offers you the chance to play interactive adventures in specially-designed digital rooms called Lightboxes, which feature games and challenges to be completed as a part of a group.
Peckham is without a doubt one of city's quirkiest areas, with Four Quarters being a prime example of one of the area's best bars. Join them for booze-free fun in South London with arcade games, vegan bites and alcohol-free drinks to keep you on your toes.
Take a break from the booze thanks to The Gunpowder Plot, an immersive experience that uses VR and live theatre to throw you into the heart of the group planning the historic event. Can you infiltrate their inner circle and stop their plan in time? Head to Tower Hill Vaults to find out.
Looking for a fun booze-free activity in London? With sites across the city, plonk is giving you the chance to putt your minigolf skills to test wherever you my be. Take on bespoke courses made from upcycled materials at one of their locations next time you're on a date or quirky day out.
If you're looking for teetotal things to do in London, BucketRace is hosting a whole load of brilliant activities. From a scavenger hunt that'll see you running around the city on the hunt for clues to hilarious online quizzes, you'll never be bored again.
With live bands and mocktails made using the world's first non-alcoholic distilled spirit, Seedlip, it's not hard to go non-alcoholic at this world class bar. You can even ask for a Bartender's Choice where you pick the flavours to be mixed into a virgin cocktail. Sans alcohol never tasted so good.
Known for its rotating roster of celebrity chefs and and guest restaurant collaborations, Carousel is an award-winning restaurant and creative hub nestled in Marylebone. When you aren't checking out an exhibition or workshop, have a taste of their non-alcoholic drinks, created using seasonal ingredients and freshly made cordials like Sea Buckthorn Soda.
Think you could give the marquee a run for its money? If you fancy yourself a bit of cupcake boss, then get involved in London's first pop up dedicated to the sweet show. Whisk, roll and drizzle your way towards a winning bake... if you've got what it takes.
A ping pong hub, restaurant and bar all wrapped up into one, there's plenty to do at Bounce that doesn't involve drinking. There's 17 ping pong tables and a private area with its own karaoke booth, so if you're looking for alcohol-free fun in London, here it is.
Bake2Explore is holding fun flatbread-making classes in London, so pop along to one of their sessions and learn a new skill. This two-hour activity will see you mastering the art of baking this delicious nibble, which you'll then get to polish off at the end.
Put down the glass and pick up the paintbrush as Paintvine are granting you access to their library of excellent craft sessions. With a great range of classes to enjoy, they'll also be sending you everything you'll need to get the job done.
Head over to Bethnal Green this month for hilarious jokes at The Backyard Comedy Club's alcohol-free event. Along with a range of 0% beers and drinks, there'll also be performances from some of London's top comics.
Who said that you need to drink to gave fun? Game Of Stones definitely didn't. Go solo or work together with friends to solve fun riddles and puzzles as you walk through creepy graveyards and alleyways.
Offering bags of old school fun, Queens Skate Dine Bowl is a huge Notting Hill venue complete with 12 bowling lanes and an indoor ice skating rink. Fuel up on vegan bites and tasty burgers at MEATliquor before getting stuck into the activities on offer.
For a spot of alcohol-free fun in London, head to Big Shots Golf and enjoy their high-speed games on the American driving range. Enjoy a slap-up meal in the restaurant afterwards or hunker down and catch the latest sport on the big screen.