This may be the perfect week for a dog evening out, with the glorious sunsets that London is promising to offer. Leave aside the usual walk in the neibourghood and go on an evening dog adventure in East/South London. Here you are a ready-to-use dog-friendly London plan we tested last week: starting in Silvertown for a walk and drinks, taking your dog on the Emirates Air Line cable car to Greenwich Peninsula and having dinner in a very lovely place full of plants, colourful tables and pots with a nice river view!
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One of the best kept secrets, in Rotherhithe, is the Brunel Museum, celebrating the engineering masterpiece by Marc Isambard Brunel that is the Thames Tunnel: the first underwater tunnel ever built in the world. Even less people know that well-behaved dogs are welcome there. If you are looking for a different dog day or dog evening out, there are a few dog-friendly options that involve a visit to the Brunel.
We tell you about these in this post, the first in our new Guides Series, all about Londog dog days out: guides with itineraries and plans encompassing unique dog-friendly experiences and hangouts as well as dog-friendly places nearby to complement your day out plans.
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The early May Bank Holiday long weekend of 5 to 7 May is almost there! If you have planned a trip out of London, please take us with you! If you haven’t, you can enjoy lots of great activities whatever the weather: in this post you will find inspiration for out of the ordinary dog-friendly things to do with your dog, as well as dog events to attend!
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Feeling bored of the usual dog walks at the park? There are 3 christmassy things you can do in London with your dog this December that are not “the usual stuff”!
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