How to Celebrate the End of Your Exams

celebrate end of exams

You have been burning the midnight oil for a few months now, but exams have come and gone; a weight has been lifted off your shoulders. Now is not the time to worry about the outcome. It is time to enjoy yourself; you deserve a reward after all your hard work. So relax, let your hair down, get hold of your friends and family and celebrate. Here are a few things to do in London:

1. Attend a Music Festival

You’ve probably missed out on all the action whilst prepping for exams. But now you won’t have to miss another festival. Head out to the All Points East at Victoria Park, which started on the 25th of May and will come to close on 3rd June. There’s still time to catch acts from 1stto 3rdJune; you can enjoy hard-hitting rock music from Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, then jiggle away to The National and finally bring the house down with Catfish and the Bottlemen. The three-day concert ticket goes for £169.95. You can also opt for the one-day concert ticket for £59.95.

2. Experience a Zip-line

If you’re an adrenaline junkie, then this is your kind of fun. Zip Now at Archbishops Park, Lambeth, is the fastest and longest zip line in the world, at 225 meters long! After climbing ten flights of stairs to the starting point, 35 meters above the ground, you are clipped onto the wire and push yourself off. The exhilarating rush of wind as you glide along the line will give you enough adrenaline for the rest of the year. And that’s not even the best part. At the end of the zipline, you have the option of dropping the whole 15 metre length, but if you’ve had enough by then you can walk down another flight of stairs to the ground. This amazing experience will only cost you £25. So get your ticket and enjoy the adventure of a lifetime.

3. Watch A Football Match

Have you ever heard of Conifa? It’s the world cup of nations that are not recognized by FIFA. And it’s coming to the UK. Why not watch a mini world cup before the real world cup? For only £10, watch countries like Ella Vannin and Barawa put their best foot forward, literally. Catch the action at Sutton and other venues between May 31st and June 9th.

4. Seaside Day Trips

All the hours of cramming and studying left you no time to enjoy the beautiful world around us. You didn’t even realize the change in seasons. Now get your bathing suit and sunglasses because it’s time to head to the beach. And the best part? There are a variety of options to choose from, all less than two hours away. You can visit Broadstairs Kent, East Sussex or even the Isle of Wright, with just £60 for the trip and some food.