“I liked it, so I put a ring on it,” some men will announce, as if they’ve muzzled a dog.And across London, the singles who have spent the weekend binge-watching Making a Murderer will roll their eyes justly and delete Tinder. Those unlucky few who have recently stumbled into blossoming relationships and now face a Valentine’s Day of uncertainty.“The boy done good,” some will say, with pictures of pesto pasta served by candlelight.And then the worst possible scenario: the engagement announcements.Budget: Free"One of the best and most overlooked museums in my opinion is the Hunterian Museum, which is a 5 min walk from Holburn station. It's full of preserved specimens, medical equipment, skulls/skeletons, abnormalities, that kinda thing." Suggested by Steff Louise Gros on Facebook Budget: Tea from £2.80"Drink Shop & Do at King's Cross have some fab activities including Lego Robots and Lionel Rich-Tea Biscuits - all absolutely free!
Plenty of options."Suggested by Jo Bromilow on Facebook Budget: Free"One of my favourite things to do in London, on a Saturday morning, is wander around Borough Market.Join Luna Cinema as they bring you one of summer's most sought after events; from a screening in a lido through to a flick under the stars at Kew Gardens, the cinema company have got those long evenings sorted.Taking date night to the next level comes the Juniper Manor, a unique pop up from the likes of Sipsmith and Gingerline.if you haven't been then it's worth checking it out."Suggested by Paul Bee on Facebook Budget: Free"The British Library.Could spend days there."Suggested by reneed49e0b5534*Note: The photo on the left is of the reading room at the British Museum, which is another lovely option. Budget: £5"Dalston Roof Park is a place with great views, and movie screenings, music and art all summer long.