London’s Best Thames River Cruises

City Cruises hosts a fleet of floating experiences on the River Thames, ferrying up to two million tourists around the watery sights of London each year. As well as tours, the company provides opportunities for dining, dancing and drinking alongside some of London’s most famous landmarks. Ditch dry land, hop aboard a Thames river cruise […]

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Wimbledon Park Food Festival

Now in its 3rd successful year, our festival returns to the beautiful setting of Wimbledon Park from 27 – 29th August 2016. This year’s festival village will be filled with even more delicious produce and entertainment, creating a memorable day out that’s perfect for dedicated foodies and families alike. There’s the chance to learn new […]

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Tower Bridge

This must-see London attraction invites you to step inside the most famous bridge in the world to explore its iconic structure, spectacular views and glass floor, modern exhibitions and magnificent Victorian Engine Rooms! Tower Bridge is actually only 120 years old. The fact that it lifts up in the middle when large vessels are passing underneath makes […]

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London Halal Food Festival

The London Halal Food Festival, the only of its kind in the UK, is coming to the iconic Tobacco Dock this August to showcase the very best in Halal Food. Whether you’re a well dined halal Gourmand, a new found halal foodie, or are simply looking for a good time with friends and family, there […]

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Kew Gardens

Whenever you visit Kew Gardens, there’s something in bloom. Each of the glasshouses has a different, maintained climate, designed to nurture everything from the world’s largest water lilies to delicate Alpine flowers to tropical blooms. The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew are 250 years old, but there’s plenty here for the modern outdoor adventurer. You […]

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The Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final

The Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final returns to Wembley this August. See Hull FC compete against Warrington for a place in the history of Rugby League’s oldest tournament this 27th August. Teams from the community, university and armed forces game all compete alongside the elite teams of Rugby League. The competition comes to a dramatic conclusion […]

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Indonesia Day at Trafalgar Square

Get a taste of Indonesian culture with food, performances and activities in Trafalgar Square on Sunday, 14th August. There’s no white sandy beaches and rolling blue surf but come and sample spicy food delights, listen to enchanting music and watch the graceful Indonesian folk dancers.  You can also try your hand at traditional arts and […]

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London Eye

A modern but already very popular tourist attraction is the London Eye, a giant observation wheel located in the Jubilee Gardens on the South Bank. The 135 meter tall structure was built as part of London’s millennium celebrations. The London Eye has become the modern symbol representing the capital and a global icon. The experience […]

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Zoorassic Park

Come face to face with life-size dinosaurs as they’re resurrected for six weeks only at Whipsnade Zoo. There will also be plenty of fun dino-themed activities for little ones to get stuck into. Fossil digging activities, live dinosaur pop up talks from our presenters, ‘How to train your dinosaur’ daily shows and an education trail for the little ones. The real bonus […]

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