New Year’s Eve in London

London’s spectacular  New Year’s Eve fireworks display at the Coca-Cola London Eye is famous around the world. At midnight, Big Ben’s famous “bongs” will ring out, followed by the UK’s largest annual fireworks display, part of London’s New Year’s Eve with Unicef. On New Year’s Eve, London comes alive with celebrations, fireworks and parties in […]

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Winterville in London

East London’s festive playground is back for a second year, filling a corner of Victoria Park with dancing, eating, laughing, drinking, skating and plenty more besides. It is packed programme of attractions, entertainment and food and drink. Built around the Winterville clock tower, this little festive town offers seasonal classics and dazzling alternatives for all […]

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Peter Pan Cup in London

This lot are a hardy bunch but tradition is tradition and members of the Serpentine Swimming Club have been plunging themselves into the Serpentine lake’s icy waters every Christmas Day since 1864. If you happen to be in London near the end of December you may find many places will be closing their doors, so […]

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The Crystal Palace Dinosaurs

The Crystal Palace Dinosaurs, also known as Dinosaur Court, are a series of sculptures of extinct animals including dinosaurs and mammals in Crystal Palace Park, now in the London borough of Bromley. It is also home to the national sports centre, a children’s farm, a playground, a maze, an outdoor concert stage and plenty of […]

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Winter Festival in London

This winter, the Southbank Centre Winter Festival is pulling out all the stops in order to throw their biggest and best ever Christmas celebration (running until Sunday January 17 2016). It will showcase an array of festive shows and performances they will also be celebrating the coldest season with a fistful of fun pop-ups and […]

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Thames Festival in London

Thames Festival is one of the most important and famous events in London. This festival brings together in London a large number of people to have fun and relax. This festival is a spectacular weekend celebrating London and its river, with free entertainment including live music, dancing in the streets, feasting on bridges, racing on […]

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Ice Skating in London

Ice Skating in London is a time-honoured tradition that has been drawing in the crowds since the world’s first artificial ice rink was unveiled in Chelsea in 1876. Nowadays, taking to the ice surrounded by the capital’s magnificent historical architecture is a fabulously festive must. You’ll find even more popping up across the capital such […]

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