7 TikTok Famous Places in London You Need To Visit

By on April 13th, 2022


Obsessed with going to TikTok famous places but finding it hard to know which ones are worth the visit? Do not worry we have got you covered with our must visit Tiktok famous places. Read on to find out which places we recommend.

EL&N London

112-114 Wardour Street, London W1F 0TS

EL&N has become one of the most Instagrammable destinations in the world, with its iconic flower walls, pink interiors and alternative lattes taking social media by storm. With 10 EL&N cafe’s just in London, it is a must visit place. Do not forget to check our personal favourite, Wardour Street!

Sky Garden

1, Sky Garden Walk, London EC3M 8AF

The Walkie talkie building offers three floors of stunning all-encompassing views across London’s skyline. The Sky Garden situated on the top floor has been designed to create an open and vibrant place of relaxation away from the chaos of the city down below. It offers visitors a rare chance to experience London from a different perspective.

Van Gogh Alive

Kensington Gardens, Maraquee, W2 3NS

Be prepared for a vibrant symphony of light, colour and sound, combined and amplified to create what visitors are calling “an unforgettable multi-sensory experience”. In an instant, Van Gogh Alive transports visitors to another time and place, immersing them in the artists’ world. Adults and children alike, wander throughout the space, exploring nooks and crannies and engaging with the experience in a manner that transcends traditional installations.

Machi Machi

59 Shaftesbury Ave, London W1D 6LF

Love bubble tea? Then Machi Machi is definitely the place for you. It has the perfect, cute aesthetic for your social media, as well as a great selection of drinks that will turn you into a regular visitor.

Gods Own Junkyard

Unit 12, Ravenswood Industrial Estate, Shernhall St, London E17 9HQ

If you’ve been searching for something to brighten up your home, look no further. God’s Own Junkyard is a psychedelic paradise of neon lights and vintage signs, all hidden inside an unassuming warehouse.

Not only is this hidden gem one of the coolest and quirkiest exhibitions in London, but you can also make an evening of it too and relax in their bar.


68a Neal St, London WC2H 9PA Covent Garden

A unique BYOB bar that transforms its patrons into convicts. All guests are dressed in orange jumpsuits and must smuggle their liquor past the warden. This is so the “longest serving inmates” can mix bespoke and personalised cocktails.

Gravity Wandsworth

Wandsworth High St, London SW18 4TF

London’s biggest and best entertainment venue. Highlights include a Japanese e-karting area with a dedicated street bar and noodle kitchen, a New York-themed restaurant, 14 full-length bowling lanes coupled with the latest SPARK technology, urban street golf, e-sports, digital darts, sports bar, pool, live music, corporate events, birthdays and high-end cocktail bar complete the experience.


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