15 Nov

Carnaby Christmas Lights

Carnaby Christmas Lights Until 04 January 2019 Look up to the skies and see a Queen-inspired installation as part of this year’s Carnaby Christmas lights. Find Freddie Mercury’s iconic Bohemian Rhapsody lyrics written in bright neon over Carnaby’s 14 glowing streets, which are filled with independent boutiques – perfect for a spot of Christmas shopping....
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3 Oct

London Restaurant Festival

London Restaurant Festival, Until 31 October 2018 Celebrate London’s eclectic food scene with the London Restaurant Festival. This month-long festival is a city-wide homage to great food in London, and the perfect excuse to try out some of the capital’s world-class restaurants. Discover cuisines from around the world, go restaurant hopping, and attend special themed nights pairing food and...
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20 Aug

September Events in London 2018

September events in London The capital enjoys the last few weeks of summer in September, so the weather is normally still warm. As the summer school holidays come to an end, the city welcomes an exciting line-up of architecture, fashion and music festivals. London festivals in September Enjoy a month-long celebration of London’s river during Totally Thames. See large-scale art installations, catch...
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30 Jul

Buckingham Palace Tours Summer 2018

Buckingham Palace Tours Summer 2018 Visit the official London residence of the Queen, as Buckingham Palace opens its doors to the public every summer. In 2018, Buckingham Palace is open to visitors from 21 July until 30 September. Explore the lavishly furnished State Room of one of the world’s few remaining working royal palaces, and look out for some of the Royal Collection’s greatest treasures...
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28 Jun

Pride in London Trafalgar Square 2018

PRIDE IN LONDON Trafalgar Square – until July 7th, 2018 Join the party as thousands of people of all genders, sexualities, race, and faith come together every year for Pride in London. Pride in London celebrates the capital’s LGBT+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans +) community with events showcasing LGBT+ culture including theatre, dance, art, cinema, parties and activities...
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7 May

The Royal Wedding

What’s the deal with the Royal Wedding? Get the lowdown on Royal Wedding screenings and spin-off events in London with our guide to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s inescapable wedding day in May 2018 Remind me, who’s getting hitched then? Prince Henry Charles Albert David of Wales (Prince Harry) is marrying American actress Rachel Meghan Markle...
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26 Mar

London Events – April 2018

Many of these London Events occur annually Events in April 2018 Changing the Guard Enjoy a striking display of British pomp and pageantry, as you watch the free Changing the Guard ceremony outside Buckingham Palace, when the New Guard takes over from the Old Guard. Recurring Event Centenary of the women’s vote in London Join special...
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14 Feb

The London Classic Car Show at ExCeL London

The London Classic Car Show at ExCeL London See some of the most spectacular vehicles in the world, and meet car manufacturers and celebrities from the motoring industry. From 15 February 2018 to 18 February 2018 Relive the golden years of car motoring with The London Classic Car Show 2018 at ExCeL London, and enjoy complimentary access to the co-located show, Historic...
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14 Feb

Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace

Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace See the New Guard exchange duty with the Old Guard in the famous Changing the Guard ceremony outside Buckingham Palace. Changing the Guard, also known as Guard Mounting, takes place outside Buckingham Palace from 10.45am and lasts around 45 minutes, with the actual handover taking place at 11am. The Buckingham Palace Old Guard forms up in the palace’s forecourt from...
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22 Jan

London Eye

A sightseeing icon that’s as beautiful to look at as it is to look out from   Much like the Millenium Dome – or, as its known to those who don’t remember the twentieth century, the O2 Arena – the London Eye was built to celebrate the year 2000. But unlike the ill-fated Dome, the...
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