Rainy London or 28 things to do on a rainy day in London
Picadilly Circus thru time
Meet London’s Last Gas Lamp Lighters
Secret Hidden Bits Of The West End
Meet the new London Taxi: Hybrid TX5 black cab revealed
15 Victorian Photos Of The London Underground Being Built
Winterville in Victoria Park London
Southbank Centre Winter Festival
Skate at Somerset House this winter
Winter Wonderland 2015 Hyde Park London
Borough Market – 1000 Years old Market in London
Plans for the new Camden Town station
NFL on Regent Street is back
The Oxford Street Christmas lights will be ON in 3 weeks
Things to do: Columbia Road Flower Market
Urban Food Fest in Shoreditch car park

Rainy London or 28 things to do on a rainy day in London

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Rainy London or 28 things to do on a rainy day in London We have found for you a small list of 28 things to do in London when it Continue Reading →

Natural History Museum Ice Rink is now open

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An enchanting outdoor ice rink that’s sure to charm visitors of all ages. Natural History Museum Ice Rink is back again. The truly beautiful backdrop of Alfred Waterhouse’s Natural History Continue Reading →

Hoxton Hall reopens after £2 million revamp

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The HOXTON HALL reopens !!!   Step aside Wilton’s, there’s a cool new music hall in east London. Okay, so it isn’t actually new at all, it’s 152 years old Continue Reading →

HM Tower of London

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Last year the Tower displayed the stunning installation Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red: 888,246 ceramic red poppies representing fallen British and colonial servicemen. Built by William the Conqueror in Continue Reading →

9 WEIRD LONDON MUSEUMS YOU NEVER KNEW ABOUT

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  You may think the Tate Modern has some weird stuff on display, with its identical bright-red cylinders hanging in virtually every room, but the truth is that: A) those Continue Reading →

Secret London Itinerary

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Discover a side of London that most tourists (and some Londoners) have never seen with our Secret London Itinerary day tour.   Morning: London Stone and Roman Amphitheatre Check out the Continue Reading →