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Do you want to do something a little different with your Dad this Father’s day weekend? Perhaps stuck for ideas for celebrating with your Father. The Perfect Gentleman’s Last Minute tips to a very cultural Gentlemanly day out.

ted-grooming-roomMorning

Wake him up with the Full Grooming Treatment, take him to the get a wet-shave and if he needs it a hair cut. This will make him feel spritely, dapper and set up the day in a rather spectacular way.

Ted Baker’s Grooming Rooms are open on Sundays from 10am at various locations around London.

www.tedsgroomingroom.com

Lunchtime

Take an amble around St James & Piccadilly  looking at all the fine Gentlemanly shops and walk through the fine arcades. Most will not be open on Sunday, so you can just window shop.

If you are inclined, pop into the Royal Academy for the Summer Exhibition www.royalacademy.org.uk

Or indeed amble up to Marylebone to the most eclectic mix at the Wallace Collection Museum.

Wallace Collectionwww.wallacecollection.org

Afternoon

In  Marylebone head over to the Reform Social and Grill (www.reformsocialgrill.co.uk) for their Gentleman’s Afternoon tea. Chat over Sausage Rolls and Scones and then afterwards head into the throng for the Marylebone Village Fair!

Evening

If you fancy a World Cup football match there are plenty of Pubs to watch it in, but if you fancy watching the Switzerland game, head on over to St Moritz in Wardour St, Soho for a genuine Swiss Experience.

www.stmoritz-restaurant.co.uk

If you fancy something more sedate, a walk along the South Bank is always a pleasant way to end the day, or for a bit more culture there are still tickets to the Jacobean Music on at the fabulous Globe Theatre

http://bit.ly/1gbJm6q

Whatever you do, have a most excellent Fathers Day!

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