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Things to do in London Crystal palace parkđź‘ŤCrystal Palace Park is a large park in South London.At the top of the park is...
18/09/2017

Things to do in London

Crystal palace parkđź‘Ť

Crystal Palace Park is a large park in South London.

At the top of the park is the site where the large glass Crystal Palace exhibition building stood between 1854 and 1935. The park is also home to some full-size dinosaurs – models built by the Victorians which lurk between the trees. You can find out more about the exhibition and dinosaurs at the Crystal Palace museum in the park.

Crystal Palace park is also home to the national sports centre, a children's farm, a playground, a maze, an outdoor concert stage and plenty of green space to run about in.

The park has a good range of habitats, including a lake which is valuable for water birds.

Best Day Trips from LondonUse London as a hub to explore other exciting historic locations around the UK.If you're plann...
21/08/2017

Best Day Trips from London

Use London as a hub to explore other exciting historic locations around the UK.

If you're planning to visit London for a holiday, add a short weekend getaway to your itinerary and get cheap deals on day tours from London.

Many of the best UK cities, villageso, castles and famous landmarks can be included in one day trips from London when you travel by train, by coach, or by car.

Choose from a wide variety of London breaks. Book one of the day trips from London to see the remarkable Stonehenge, the royal residence at Windsor Castle, the hot pools of Bath, the stone cottages in The Cotswolds, and the university town of Oxford.

Pleasure Beach in Blackpool is the UK's top theme park attracting over 5 million visitors a year.Entrance to the park is...
27/07/2017

Pleasure Beach in Blackpool is the UK's top theme park attracting over 5 million visitors a year.

Entrance to the park is free although in 2009 there will be a charge. Once inside the park you can purchase a wristband for unlimited access to over 125 rides. In 2007 Pleasure Beach was ranked the 14th most popular theme park in the world with its combination of thrill rides, rollercoasters, water rides, amusements and shows. There is something for everyone from the fast thrillers like Pepsi Max Big One and Revolution to the family orientated Alice ride or Lunar carousel.

One of the most famous rides at 235ft is "The Big One", Europe’s tallest roller coaster. The latest coaster addition is Infusion, a suspended coaster that takes you through five incredible loops plus a double line twist.

There are height restrictions on the bigger rides but there are plenty of rides and amusement for small children so they won't feel left out.

There is no shortage of places to eat and drink with over 35 restaurants and cafes, as well as a pub and a hotel.

The Coca-Cola London EyeDiscover London like you’ve never seen it before! At a staggering 135m high, the London Eye is t...
27/07/2017

The Coca-Cola London Eye

Discover London like you’ve never seen it before! At a staggering 135m high, the London Eye is the world’s tallest observation wheel, with spectacular 360° views of the city’s famous landmarks like Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, St. Paul’s Cathedral and more.

Each “flight” on The Eye is a leisurely 30 minutes in a climate-controlled glass capsule, so you’re guaranteed a comfortable viewing experience whatever the weather!

Please note the London Eye is closed for annual maintenance during January 2018 – exact dates TBC.

DreamWorks Tours Shrek's Adventure! London

Shrek's Adventure! brings the world of Shrek to life, as you join Shrek, Donkey and their friends on a hilarious journey to the kingdom of Far Far Away!

Perfect for children aged 6-12 (and younger knights and princesses who feel especially brave!) you’ll enjoy 10 laugh-out-loud live shows on a captivating 4D ride with dramatic special effects, classic film sets and exciting animation.

Shrek's Adventure! Is located close to many popular London attractions, including the London Eye, SEA LIFE London and the London Dungeon.

Madame Tussauds London including Star Wars

Get the ultimate selfie with the amazingly lifelike waxworks at Madame Tussauds!

You could take the stage with Britney Spears, meet Barack Obama in the White House or have a photo with The Queen on the Royal Balcony.

Star Wars fans can meet Han Solo, Chewbacca, Yoda and other legendary characters in an epic new Experience, and help the world’s favourite Marvel superheroes to save the day on a 4D interactive adventure!

Important: Alien: Escape is closed until further notice due to flood damage

Priority Entry to SEA LIFE London*

Meet all kinds of weird and wonderful ocean creatures at this incredible aquarium in the heart of London!

Stroke a starfish, tickle a sea anemone or feel the shell of a crab in the rocking Rockpools, take a walk on the wild side on the floating glass platform known as the Shark Walk, watch graceful rays rippling through their lagoon and much more!

*Please note admission to the SEA LIFE London Aquarium is not included with The London BIG 3 Ticket

The London Dungeon*

The London Dungeon invites you to delve into the capital’s most blood-curdling history. With live actors, two hair-raising rides, shows and special effects that transport you back to those black, bleak times... are you brave enough to handle it?

*Please note admission to The London Dungeon is not included with The London BIG 3 Ticket or The London BIG 4 Ticket

London Eye River Cruise*

Sit back, relax and cruise the Thames with this 40 minute circular cruise available from The London Eye pier. Highlights include the Tower of London, Houses of Parliament, Tower Bridge, Shakespeare’s Globe and much more!

27,May,2017If you're lucky enough to get tickets to the FA Cup final, you're in for a real treat – seeing a moment of En...
18/03/2017
FA Cup Final in London

27,May,2017
If you're lucky enough to get tickets to the FA Cup final, you're in for a real treat – seeing a moment of English football history from the stands at the famous Wembley Stadium.

Those who choose to watch the match on TV are spoilt for choice in London. If you fancy a pint with your football, why not soak up the atmosphere in a traditional English pub while watching the game? Perhaps you'd prefer to watch in one of London's dedicated sports bars. It's an experience you'll savour for years to come.

Don't miss the FA Cup football final in London. Whether you're right there at Wembley or catching the action live in one of many London locations. May TBC

The British Lionhearts return to action in World Series of Boxing Season VII with three exciting fixtures at London’s le...
18/03/2017
World Series of Boxing at York Hall

The British Lionhearts return to action in World Series of Boxing Season VII with three exciting fixtures at London’s legendary York Hall. See the rising stars of British boxing in action against Morocco Atlas Lions on 8 March, Italia Thunder on 23 March and France Fighting Roosters on 6 April.

World Series of Boxing returns to York Hall. 8 Mar-6 Apr

Join thousands of runners and spectators on the streets of London for the Virgin Money London Marathon 2017.Every year, ...
18/03/2017
Virgin Money London Marathon 2017

Join thousands of runners and spectators on the streets of London for the Virgin Money London Marathon 2017.

Every year, more than 38,000 people run the 26.2-mile (42.2km) marathon through the streets of London, with 253,930 people from the UK applying for a place in the 2017 marathon.

Some run for personal achievement, some to raise money for their favorite charity, and many run in outrageous fancy dress. Previous years' costumes have included a giant penguin, a London bus, Superman and a wide range of animals, including a rhinoceros or two. The Virgin Money London Marathon is open to all abilities, from beginners to professional athletes. Celebrities who have run the London Marathon in previous years include Princess Beatrice, Gordon Ramsay, Agyness Dean, Ronan Keating, Jenson Button and even astronaut Tim Peake in the International Space Station.

Be part of the Virgin Money London Marathon. Whether you run, walk or cheer from the sidelines, this is a London sporting institution. 23 Apr

Things to Do in London in January 2016January is one of the best months to visit on a budget. The sales are on, meaning ...
11/01/2016

Things to Do in London in January 2016

January is one of the best months to visit on a budget. The sales are on, meaning you can shop at some of London's top shopping destinations for less. You'll also find that many hotels offer reductions at this time of year.

London's attractions are quieter than usual and, don't forget, many of them are free! Or, if you fancy something more active, many of London's temporary ice rinks, which pop up all over the city, are still open in early January.

It's a cold month so make sure you wrap up warm – you may even see a dusting of snow so appropriate footwear is recommended

Things to Do in London in January 2016January EventsThe New Year's Day Parade gets the year off to a great start, with m...
11/01/2016

Things to Do in London in January 2016

January Events

The New Year's Day Parade gets the year off to a great start, with marching brass bands and colourful floats winding through the city.

Or set sail for the London Boat Show, which showcases hundreds of water-bound vessels of all shapes and sizes.

From 14 to 17 January see London in an entirely different light with the Lumiere London festival, a free event you really shouldn't miss.

Take a step into the surreal at The London International Mime Festival, a celebration of visual theatre that welcomes the world’s best mime artists and companies to venues across London.

If film is more your thing, catch one of the film shorts from independent film-makers at the London Short Film Festival.

Browse and buy contemporary British art at the London Art Fair, with work on display from more than 100 galleries.

On 25 January, in some bars and restaurants in London you'll be able to celebrate the anniversary of the Scottish poet and lyricist, Robert Burns, on Burns Night, with a plate of haggis and tatties.

Ice skating rinks in LondonIce skating is one of London's favourite winter pastimes, and some ice rinks are open all yea...
26/11/2015

Ice skating rinks in London

Ice skating is one of London's favourite winter pastimes, and some ice rinks are open all year round.
There are several permanent ice skating rinks in London, and in winter you'll find more popping up across the capital.

Temporary winter ice rinks at iconic locations include the historic Hampton Court Palace, the stunning surrounds of Somerset House and top shopping destinations such as Westfield London.

The weather in London turns much colder in November and the evenings are darker as winter sets in. Yet, despite the weat...
06/11/2015

The weather in London turns much colder in November and the evenings are darker as winter sets in. Yet, despite the weather, November is still a great month to visit London.

The capital's bustling shopping streets begin to sparkle with festive light displays and decorations as shoppers get an early start to their Christmas shopping. Temporary ice-skating rinks also start to pop up across London.

The colder weather is the perfect excuse to head to a cosy pub. London's pubs are a cultural institution and come into their own during winter. They provide the perfect retreat from the cold, where you can enjoy warming log fires, local beers and hearty meals.

Rugby finaleSee the climax of the 2015 Rugby World Cup with a live screening of the final in Trafalgar Square this Satur...
29/10/2015

Rugby finale
See the climax of the 2015 Rugby World Cup with a live screening of the final in Trafalgar Square this Saturday. New Zealand will be hoping to retain the Webb Ellis Cup, as they face fierce rivals Australia in the final, which will be played across London at Twickenham. You won’t miss any of the action as there are multiple big screens in Trafalgar Square and its surrounds. 31 Oc

Ride on time Rev up your weekend at the Regent Street Motor Show, where you can get up close to classic and futuristic v...
29/10/2015

Ride on time
Rev up your weekend at the Regent Street Motor Show, where you can get up close to classic and futuristic vehicles, dating from pre-1905 to the present day. The famous shopping street will be closed to traffic from 10.30am until 4pm for the largest free motor show in the UK. 31 Oct

Halloween in London 2015Gloomy dungeons, a haunted tower, bloodthirsty history; is there anywhere or any time more frigh...
17/10/2015

Halloween in London 2015

Gloomy dungeons, a haunted tower, bloodthirsty history; is there anywhere or any time more frightening than Halloween in London?

There are loads of horrifying Halloween events, spooky venues and restaurants, Halloween parties, scary attractions and opportunities to don your most chilling fancy dress costumes during Halloween in London on and around 31 October.

If you're the kind of person who likes to take your chances all year round, read our 13 Spookiest Locations in London (if you dare!).

You can also check out our Haunted London guide full of spooky experiences to encounter, from London's cemeteries to haunted pubs.

Top London ClubsHeavenThree floors, a great sound system and crazy light shows in the main room. Heaven is a club for pe...
14/10/2015

Top London Clubs

Heaven
Three floors, a great sound system and crazy light shows in the main room. Heaven is a club for people that really want to party. Look out for cheap student nights; G-A-Y's Porn Idol and Camp Attack; and the flagship Heaven Saturdays gay night. Plus regular live music events.

KOKO
Camden's multi-layered KOKO nightclub boasts a full events calendar of live music and DJ-led club nights, including the popular Buttoned Down Disco, Guilty Pleasures, and Club NME. Playing to a range of musical tastes, KOKO's music policy covers everything from rock and pop to blues and dance music.

Ministry of Sound
This superclub has been entertaining club-goers for 20 years, spawning a record label in the process. Ministry of Sound boasts four bars, four dance floors and five distinctive rooms and still draws big names such as Paul Oakenfold, Judge Jules and Tall Pall. Book tickets in advance and get there early to avoid the long queues.

Studio 338
Enjoy summer parties on the open-air terrace at Studio 338. On colder nights you can either party on the heated terrace or move inside, and there’s plenty of room as this is London’s biggest club. Expect top DJs as resident club nights include Sankeys, Krankbrother, Hospitality and Secretsundaze. The club a short walk from The O2 in North Greenwich.

XOYO
This two-room nightclub, art space and upstairs cafe bar close to the Old Street roundabout in Shoreditch is renowned for being cutting edge. Artists and DJs such as Friendly Fires, Digitalism, Erol Alkan, Felix Da Housecat, Simian Mobile Disco, Tiga, Mark Ronson, 2 Many DJs, Tensnake, Jacques Lu Cont, Mylo, Alex Metric, and Ms Dynamite have all played XOYO.

14/10/2015

Top London Clubs

Cargo
This cool venue housed under railway arches showcases an incredibly diverse range of music to a warm and friendly crowd. Cargo's tasty global street food canteen is not to be missed either. Free entry before 10pm on Fridays.

Corsica Studios
Expect an arty, friendly crowd including plenty of students at this award-winning arts and entertainment venue. Corsica Studios in South London offers two rooms of music and a bar. A great choice if you're into dubstep and garage. The place to go for new, exciting and experimental sounds

Egg London
Egg London is a stylish venue spread across three intimate floors. Reminiscent of an Ibiza club, it's the outdoor courtyard that really makes Egg stand out. Cool off, chill out and have a drink under the night sky. Watch the sun come up at Egg's Sunday morning breakfast session.

Electric Brixton
Electric Brixton opened its doors in September 2011 following a million pound investment, maintaining many of the club's original features and installing a new sound system. This is one of South London's best dance venues, hosting regular drum'n'bass, electronica and dance nights, plus big name DJs and live acts.

Fabric
Fabric is probably the best club in London if not the world, but make sure you like your nights hardcore! If it all gets a bit much, recline on the huge leather chill-out beds and meet some new pals! You can party at Fabric on Friday, Saturday and even Sunday nights.

Things to Do in London in October 2015The weather in London becomes cooler in October as summer turns into autumn.A high...
30/09/2015

Things to Do in London in October 2015

The weather in London becomes cooler in October as summer turns into autumn.

A highlight of this time of year is the riot of autumnal colour as the city's parks dramatically change from green to copper and russet reds. This vivid display is worth a trip to London's largest open space, Richmond Park.

British schools break up for a half-term holiday in October, so many London attractions put on special family-friendly events. Look out for kids' activities at London attractions such as the Science Museum, Natural History Museum, Tower of London and Southbank Centre.

Best London Museums for KidsThere are lots of fun things to do in London for kids of all ages. Many London attractions a...
18/09/2015

Best London Museums for Kids

There are lots of fun things to do in London for kids of all ages. Many London attractions are free so you can find activities for kids.
Whether you're looking for things to see at the Natural History Museum, exploring the Horniman Museum, or taking a trip of discovery at the Science Museum, there are a host top museums in London for families. Most London museums offer activities for kids and things to do for children and almost all are free to enter. Take your pick of the top family-friendly museums in London.

Buckingham Palace Tour: Summer Opening 2015Until 27 September 2015
17/09/2015

Buckingham Palace Tour: Summer Opening 2015
Until 27 September 2015

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Whether you want to spend big or just browse, London is a luxury shopper's paradise, offering everything a discerning bu...
11/09/2015

Whether you want to spend big or just browse, London is a luxury shopper's paradise, offering everything a discerning buyer could possibly want.

11/09/2015

shopping in London

London has an amazing array of places to shop til you drop. Check out the city's shopping centres, where you can find all your favourite shops under one roof. Most shopping centres also have places to stop for coffee and lunch. The larger ones may also have childcare facilities and entertainment venues such as cinemas.

London tube map
07/09/2015

London tube map

Premier League Matches playing in SeptemberMon 14th SeptemberWest Ham United 20:00  Newcastle UnitedSat 19th SeptemberCh...
05/09/2015

Premier League Matches playing in September

Mon 14th September
West Ham United 20:00 Newcastle United

Sat 19th September
Chelsea 12:45 Arsenal
Aston Villa 15:00 West Bromwich Albion
Bournemouth 15:00 Sunderland
Newcastle United 15:00 Watford
Stoke City 15:00 Leicester City
Swansea City 15:00 Everton
Manchester City 17:30 West Ham United

Sun 20th September
Tottenham Hotspur 13:30 Crystal Palace
Liverpool 16:00 Norwich City
Southampton 16:00 Manchester United

Sat 26th September

Tottenham Hotspur 12:45 Manchester City
Leicester City 15:00 Arsenal
Liverpool 15:00 Aston Villa
Manchester United 15:00 Sunderland
Southampton 15:00 Swansea City
Stoke City 15:00 Bournemouth
West Ham United 15:00 Norwich City
Newcastle United 17:30 Chelsea

Sun 27th September
Watford 16:00 Crystal Palace

Mon 28th September
West Bromwich Albion 20:00 Everton

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