Whether you are looking to entertain a toddler, a bored teenager or a noisy ten-year-old. You will find plenty of things to do in London.
Book a night stay now at Mercure London Hyde Park and have a fun-filled Easter weekend in the capital.
Winter Wonderland – “London’s biggest festive extravaganza” (Marie Claire) – returns to Hyde Park this November! The launch event is at 4pm on 21st November, and Winter Wonderland then throws its doors open every day from 22nd November to 5th January 2020 (except Christmas Day itself), 10am to 10pm.
Hyde Park sits right on our doorstep, in all its 350-acre stunning splendour. There are some hidden treasures to discover in London’s largest Royal Park, however, so why not take part in a Royal Parks walking tour? Covering around 1.5 miles, and lasting no longer than 2 hours, these informative tours are a wonderful chance to experience the park at a whole new depth.
Celebrate summer by trying your hand at the quintessentially British sport of lawn bowls! Until 23rd August, Festibowl takes up residency in Montgomery, right next to Canary Wharf tube station: with grass beneath your feet, an ice-cold drink in one hand and a lawn bowl in the other, and a group of friends, could there be a better way to spend a sunny summer’s day?
On Thursday, the 15th of August, watch singer/songwriter Josh Gleaves perform for free at the Floating Pocket Park! As a part of the Summer of Fun programme of events, The London Busking Company has been trying their best and even succeeding at putting up some really good gigs around the city.
Ever wondered if you could handle heights? Enjoy the peak with no fear? Here is your chance to know for sure. Part of the Summer of Fun Programme, the Merchant Square will host a High Ropes Course to let you challenge your friends, family members or date to see who can be quick, efficient and get around the course the fastest!
With our UK temperatures set to reach a historical all-time high this week, Londoners are looking for ways to keep cool during the heatwave. Make the most of the heat this summer with some of our favourite outdoor swimming spots!
More than a million art-lovers visit the Serpentine Galleries each year, and it’s not hard to see why! Located either side of the Serpentine in Kensington Gardens, these beautiful galleries opened in 1970, and have been celebrating and supporting new ideas in contemporary art ever since.
Family attractions and activities for kids in London
Keep the whole family entertained with a weekend in London, There are plenty of kid-friendly places to visit in the Capital.
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Celebrate International Women’s Day 2019 with the best things to do, events and activities happening across London
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The Best You Expo 2019, soon to take place in February for the second time in Olympia London.
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The Parks Half Marathon is a major annual fundraising event, enabling runners of all ages to participate from across the world.
Make sure not to miss out and book to stay at the Mercure Hyde Park Hotel, located minutes away from the event.
On the 8th and 9th of August bring the whole family and connect with nature at Hyde Park’s discovery day. There are many activities on offer which are sure to be exciting for everyone.
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The Year of the Dog is coming up for 2018 and, as usual, Chinese New Year in London will be one of the most exciting events in February, full of colour, noise and dragons.
Enjoy the entertainment and and cheer on the marching brass bands, colourful performers and elaborate floats in the New Year's Day Parade, as it winds its way through the city on 1st January.
Open from 10am – 10pm, stretch out and practise your skating moves during a crisp morning skate. Enjoy the afternoon sun as it glistens on the ice, soak up the romantic atmosphere at twilight, or skate after dark under the stars.
From the 17th of November till the January the 1st (excluding Christmas day) Winter Wonderland will be hosting the all new Cirque Berserk show.
This Hong Kong influenced Dragon Boat Festival is an excellent, and rather rare, opportunity to experience the rich Chinese culture.
This August bank holiday is welcoming back the largest street festival in Europe. Spread throughout West London, the carnival takes advantage of an area that is popular at the best of times.
The mighty SW4 – Clapham Common’s bank holiday dance music explosive event
Take advantage of the wonderful London Marathon. Enjoy cheering crowds and fancy dress fundraisers, the London Marathon is our very own world-famous running race.
Paternoster Square is turning yellow as 2,100 handmade daffodils descend on the space to mark the Great Daffodil Appeal 2017, with each flower representing a Marie Curie nurse who provides care and support for people living with terminal illness.