Shakespeare's Globe, London, United Kingdom

12 Mentions on Trippy

  • 1 mention in How can my family make the most of our trip to London?

    • Laurel W.

      Laurel W. said, "...location. London covers a lot of area so group together sites in the same area to save travel time, like the Shakespeare's Globe and Tate Modern are close to each other; the Natural History Museum and Victoria & Albert Museum are across..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best place to take family with two teens/boys and one 22 year old/girl?

    • Lynda H.

      Lynda H. said, "...idea. Walk up to Primrose Hill for the sunset. Buy discount tickets the day of show for West End theatre shows. Shakespeare's Globe for a unique theatre experience. Agree that Shoreditch is a good area to see. I don't really have a..." See More

  • 1 mention in Newcomer to London

    • Adam M.

      Adam M. said, "...Well worth exploring Saint Paul's Cathedral, climbing to the top of Monument to the Great Fire of London, visiting Shakespeare's Globe, and going out for a curry in Brick Lane..." See More

  • 1 mention in Help us plan a week in London in May/June

    • Amanda J.

      Amanda J. said, "...options. Tower Of London is fantastic for a full day and has some of the better 'museum cafe food' I've found. Shakespeare's Globe is completely open air, so it's best to book early in the morning if the weather is sunny (there's..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must sees/dos for first timer in England in early October

    • Kristi D.

      Kristi D. said, "...on two of the visits. I've also taken different ones of them to The Windsor Castle (highly recommend as a daytrip), Shakespeare's Globe (only if a particular interest), Kensington Palace (not one of my top choices, every time I go they change..." See More

  • 1 mention in 4 days in London 4 days in Venice

    • Polly B.

      Polly B. said, " a museum (The British Museum?) for the afternoon, visit the West End for a play in the evening.DAY 3 visit Shakespeare's Globe before walking along the South Bank to the London Eye. Go shopping at Harrods or have tea in the..." See More

  • 1 mention in Free things to do in London?

    • Mat E.

      Mat E. said, "..., then check out the Millennium Bridge with St Pauls the other side. Keeping to the south of Father Thames pass Shakespeare's Globe ...go on to Borough Market for food (check the days its on) near London Bridge you can of course..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where to visit for out first time out of the country?

    • chuck l.

      chuck l. said, " Greenwich buy english candy, their chocolates are a lot better. GET the LION BAR, amazing Do a tour of the Shakespeare's Globe or take in a play. Tate Modern is a joke, LACMA in LA is better National Gallery is ok..." See More

  • 1 mention in 9 Hour Layover in London

    • Jake R.

      Jake R. said, "...London Eye. Then walk down the South Bank and along the way you will see sites such as the Tate Modern, Shakespeare's Globe and The Tower Of London (along many others) Along the way you will also pass a lot of pubs..." See More

  • 1 mention in Four days, two friends, ideas?

    • Emily M.

      Emily M. said, "...Natural History Museum, Buckingham Palace, The British Museum, National Gallery, Tate Modern, London Eye, The London Dungeon, Madame Tussauds London, Harrods, Shakespeare's Globe, Saint Paul's Cathedral and on and on!! For shopping you can start in the heart of it at..." See More

  • 1 mention in I've got 24hrs, can anyone map it out for the wife and I?

    • Alex J.

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      Alex J. said, "...there are great cake and gelato shops on stoney street where you can have a rest. Otherwise, continue on towards the Shakespeare's Globe by the riverside. If you are tired, take a break at the Swan Pub adjacent to the Globe theatre,..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must sees in London??

    • Johnny K.

      Johnny K. said, "...amazing quick tapas at José.. ask for Herve.. the coolest, funniest maitre in London.. if you're into museums.. Tate Modern.. theatre.. Shakespeare's Globe .. do a walk from House Of Parliament to Westminster Abbey then walk past 10 Downing Street.. take a..." See More

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