Been in Hyde ParkBeen to the British MuseumBeen to the secret flower garden in Regent's ParkCycled along the GreenwayWalked along the South BankBeen to Highgate CemeterySat in the hollow tree on Hampstead HeathSeen the Banksy round the back of the Old Truman BreweryTaken a Jack The Ripper tourSeen the Laughing Cavalier at The Wallace CollectionBeen to the top of the ShardSat on top of Primrose HillIce Skated at Somerset HouseHad a picnic at Queen Elizabeth Olympic ParkMet a pearly kingHad a dip in Hampstead PondBeen to a film premiere in Leicester SquareSung ‘Roll Out The Barrel’Patted Paddington Bear at Paddington StationJumped out of the way of a pigeonSpotted a Tube mouseSpotted an urban foxSpotted minor royaltyHad liquor on your pieEaten jellied eelsHad a curry on Brick LaneSpotted a celeb outside The IvyHad a traditional beigel on Brick LanePlayed the piano at King's Cross StationSeen feeding time at London ZooCrossed the Thames by boatRocked down to Electric AvenueSeen a Chelsea PensionerMet a Beadle in uniformSpied on the giraffes in London Zoo from Regent's ParkChecked out the street art on Rivington Street
The Great London Scavenger Hunt
All right, you've only seen a slice of what London has to offer, but don't worry - it's a big place and it's not going anywhere! Now's the time to get out there and complete your own checklist! Your first pit-stop should be the Whitechapel Bell Foundry - where Big Ben was forged!
You've been around the park a few times but there's still tons more for you to see and do in London Town - now's the time to rediscover the capital! Start your exploration by seeing the famous 'Naked Ladies' statues at York House.
You really know your Peckham from your Fulham - you've been around and seen a few things, but you're not finished exploring London just yet. Next, check out the ancient Bunhill Fields burial ground!
You're as London as a black taxi full of pie and mash - you've seen more than the average Londoner will ever see and you're still hungry to discover more. Ping your imaginary braces with pride, you've earned it. Need to complete your list? Tick off the Brixton Windmill next!
Blimey - you know London like the back of your hand! You're either actually the Queen herself (in which case, congratulations ma'am) or you're the most savvy London-dweller since Dick Whittington - give yourself a pat on the back! Complete your list by visiting Dr. Johnson's Townhouse!
Fancy exploring more? Rediscover London with this map of the capital’s most inspiring places from American Express!
*Source: Censuswide consumer poll on behalf of American Express, fieldwork conducted 20.03.14 – 27.03.14, amongst a nationally representative panel of 2,000 UK respondents
**Source: Vision Critical consumer poll on behalf of American Express, fieldwork conducted 03.06.14, amongst a nationally representative panel of 2004 UK respondents
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