Plan your trip to London

Plan your trip to London

London will be opening up again on the 17th May and now is the prefect time to start planning your visit.

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We've listed some dates for your diary below:


Theatres opening from the 15th May

The theatres are due to open from mid-May onwards with Hamilton being among the first to open on the 15th May. Take a look here for more dates on shows re-opening.


Museums re-opening from the 17th May

All museums around London are expected to re-open from the 17th May. You may not be able to purchase tickets at the moment, but keep visiting their websites and ticket sales should open soon.  

National Maritime Museum – Greenwich

Natural History Museum – Kensington

The British Museum – Bloomsbury

Victoria and Albert Museum – Kensington

Science Museum – Kensington

The National Gallery – Trafalgar Square


Other Events and Things to Look Forward To:


June

UEFA Euro 2020 11th June – 11th July

This year London hosts seven of the UEFA Euro 2020 games, due to pandemic, the games will now take place this year.

Royal Ascot 15th – 19th June

Trains leave from London Waterloo and take around 52 minutes to enjoy a day at the races. View their website here. 

Father’s Day – 20th June
Enjoy Father’s Day at the VSC with a delicious 3-course lunch. Booking will open soon.

West End Live at Trafalgar Square (Dates TBC)

All of London’s best musicals all in one place. The past lineup for West End LIVE included classic West End musicals such as Mamma Mia!, The Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, Wicked and The Lion King. The event is free so once dates are confirmed be sure to get there asap to reserve your spot.

Wimbledon 28th June – 11th July

Experience two weeks of first-class tennis, served with strawberries and cream at the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships. Fore more information, take a look here.


July


RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival 6th – 11th July

Experience the world’s largest annual flower show in the setting of one of London's most historic royal palaces, at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival 2021.

Explore innovative show gardens and snap a picture of the stunning flower displays. Watch demonstrations by celebrity gardeners and chefs around the showgrounds. Plus, get tips on gardening and shop for garden supplies to create your own little oasis at home, at this famous garden show. Find out more here

BBC Proms (dates TBC)

Hear a wide range of classical music in a season of informal concerts with the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall and in venues across London.


For the Family


London Zoo

Due to re-open soon but you can book tickets in advance which are flexible and valid for one year. view their website here.

Sea Life London Aquarium

Explore the marine world at SEA LIFE London Aquarium on London's South Bank.

During your visit you'll stroll underneath the sea in the glass Ocean Tunnel; take a trip to Seahorse Kingdom; spot piranhas and crocodiles in the Rainforest Adventure and test your nerves on the Shark Walk as sharks swim beneath you.

Other creatures you'll meet include penguins, clownfish, rays, jellyfish and starfish.

Find out more here.

Crystal Maze Live Experience

The ultimate team challenge. Test your physical and mental ability with adrenaline-fueled challenges based on the iconic 1990s TV show, The Crystal Maze. Guided by an eccentric Maze Master, travel through four time zones – Aztec, industrial, futuristic and medieval – and successfully complete tasks to win crystals. View their website here. 

Fun at Hyde Park

Hire a pedalo or rowing boat in Hyde Park or play hide and seek among the 350 acres of parkland. The park has two lakeside restaurants where you can pick up an ice cream and enjoy the spring weather.


If you're looking for a more affordable way to stay in London in the future, view our overnight offers and family offers below.

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