We all know that staying home right now is vital, but lockdown is anything but a walk in the park, especially in the cold winter months where outdoors activities are limited. The hours seem to stretch on and on, and there is only so much Netflix and social media we can handle. We’ve attempted to deliver you from boredom with our bucket list, filled with creative, family friendly, fun and inspiring activities to make the most of your time indoors.1. Construct the greatest pillow fort of all time in your living room. Don\u0026#39;t forget the password.2. Visit Disneyland virtually and try every single ride3. Hire a hot tub and have a date night\/girls night\/night in the garden watching the stars\/because you can.4. Magic your way out of a virtual escape room5. Livestream a music concert in your living room6. Refresh your wardrobe by upcycling or donating old clothes7. Hop on a tour of the world’s greatest art galleries8. Get your culture fix with the Royal Opera House’s upcoming streamed productions9. Become a guitar hero with Fender’s free lessons10. Watch every David Attenborough nature documentary, bonus points for watching the Zoo Quest archives.11. Recreate a famous landmark using objects from around the house12. Finally understand how to use TikTok – all the kids are doing it, you know13. Raise money for charity - running, walking, watching shows raising money, or sponsoring a friend.14. Turn your room into an urban jungle with real or fake plants15. Watch the Northern Lights on this breathtaking live stream16. Redecorate your home17. Take a weekend off social media18. Lose friends and alienate people with a game of online Cards Against Humanity19. Kick back with an audiobook read by your favorite people.20. Design your very own lockdown cocktail, preferably with an overly dramatic name.21. Reorganise your bookshelves in the most colourful way possible22. Wander the ancient cities of the world without leaving your bed23. Indulge your wanderlust with a virtual tour of the US National Parks24. Wander round Greenwich’s marvellous Painted Hall25. Stream The Globe’s past Shakespeare productions for free26. Adopt a grandparent and help them beat loneliness27. Learn a new language (bonus points awarded for the most obscure ones possible)28. Study the night sky and learn how to identify constellations29. Order in Afternoon Tea30. Rewatch the National Theatre’s best productions31. Master a new skill - cooking, flower arranging, making candles, pottery, gardening, you get the idea.32. Meditate (At least once)33. Create spectacular doughnuts at home using Doughnut Time’s DIY kits34. Have a virtual costume party with all the wackiest outfits you can muster35. Watch every Marvel film in the correct canonical order36. Launch yourself back into the Wizarding World with Harry Potter at Home37. Gather the gang for a Netflix session with this handy browser extension38. Get really good at public speaking (hey, it might come in handy)39. Spend hours watching cute animals on live camera feeds40. Learn ‘The Routine’ from Friends (If you know you know)41. Brush up your photography skills with Nikon’s free online classes42. Marvel at the flips, dives, and tricks of Cirque du Soleil with their fabulous online show43. Do paint by numbers and then pass them off as your own artistic brilliance.44. Launch crazy science experiments using only ingredients found in your kitchen - mentos and diet coke anyone?45. Catch up on the Netflix original programmes that everyone’s talking aboutRemember, this won\u0026#39;t last forever even though it might not feel like it right now. Until then, stay home and stay safe, and keep busy with this list of activities.