Unique Places in London to Hold Your Christmas Party

Unique Places in London to Hold Your Christmas Party

If you haven’t already arranged your Christmas party, there’s still time! Some companies even choose to hold their parties once the Christmas rush is over and it isn’t such a challenge to find somewhere to book.

If you’re tired of organising the same old office parties every year, we have rounded up some unique Christmas party ideas that are sure to be a change from the usual Christmas meal.

Bounce Ping Pong

Located in Farringdon and Old Street, Bounce is alternative bar that will definitely get the party started. The Ping Pong based bar is suitable for a large group and will help break the ice for those occasionally awkward out of work scenarios!

bounce ping pong

Junkyard Golf

You don’t need to be a sporty type to enjoy a game of crazy golf! Whether you are there for the cocktails or the golf, you will appreciate the quirky and vibrant decor, which is sure to be a talking point!

junkyard golf

Roller Disco

Feel like you’re going back in time with this Roller Disco venue based in Vauxhall. With the music pumping until late in the night, people will be sure to get their feet moving — whether they are dancing or skating!

roller disco

The Crystal Maze

We all remember the TV show, and now years later, its time to experience it! This is certainly one to get you pumped! Can your team crack The Crystal Maze?

crystal maze

Have you planned a unique Christmas party for your work this year? Let us know your favourite London activities!

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