London Wonderground

Situated next to Jubilee gardens, London Wonderground’s spectacular Spiegeltent is home to the best in cabaret, circus, comedy, music and kids shows to delight and amaze. Enjoy the indoor and outdoor bars, delicious bites to eat, bandstand, fairground rides, maze and sideshows that make London Wonderground a unique and entertaining place to be this summer. […]

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Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace is in Surrey, on the edge of London next to the River Thames. It is famous as the home of King Henry VIII. Set in 60 acres of formal gardens, including the famous maze and Great Vine, this palace is well worth a visit. The place is filled with plenty of really […]

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National Pet Show

Taking place at the ExCel Centre on May 7-8th, London Pet Show promises to be a fun-fuelled day. With hundreds of different animals, amazing animal action displays and fun and informative talks and demonstrations, the London Pet Show is the ultimate day out for pet lovers, owners and families. Visitors can meet and get advice […]

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Udderbelly Festival

Ever wondered what that giant purple cow grazing behind the London Eye is? It’s the Udderbelly! Each summer, the 400-seat temporary venue provides a vast array of entertainment for all ages. The enormous purple cow returns to grace London’s skyline and brings with it another vibrant season of comedy, circus, music and family entertainment over […]

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Chelsea Flower Show 2016

Every year the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea are transformed into show gardens, inspirational small gardens and vibrant horticultural displays for the world’s most famous flower show. The RHS Chelsea Flower Show is attended by more than 150,000 visitors each year. Tickets sell out quickly and must be purchased in advance, so book now to avoid […]

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Virgin Money London Marathon 2016

Every year, approximately 36,000 people run the 26.2-mile (42.2km) marathon through the streets of London. With its cheering crowds and fancy dress fundraisers, the London Marathon is our very own world-famous running race. The route starts south of the Thames and passes through Greenwich before crossing the river over Tower Bridge. It then continues through central London before […]

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Stonehenge Wiltshire

Around 3,500 years old, Stonehenge is a massive circle of standing stones and earthworks in the middle of a green field in Wiltshire. It is situated around 90 miles west from Central London and is well within a comfortable day trip. There is no public transport to Stonehenge itself, it is in a quite isolated […]

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Feast of St George 2016

See Trafalgar Square decorated in red and white for England’s national day, and join in the free themed activities with live music, family games, dance and storytelling. Also watch celebrity chefs give live cookery demonstrations and sample traditional English fare from the food stalls, inspired by St George’s Day’s 13th-century origins as a national day of […]

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Fulham Palace

Fulham Palace was owned by the Bishops of London for over 1,300 years and was their country home from the 11th century. The stately rooms house a museum, a gallery space and a café/ bar overlooking the extensive botanic gardens. The history is amazing and the coffee shops are delightful. The gardens are dog free […]

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