School is out and the Summer holidays are in full swing. Here is our guide to the best things to do in London this Summer!
Buckingham Palace State Rooms: 22nd July to 1st October 2017
Buckingham Palace is open to the public only during Summer time. No visit to London could be complete without a sneak peak into life at the most famous palace of them all. Admire the magnificent apartments where so many state functions take place and walk amongst the walls that so many Kings and Queens have called home – from Queen Victoria, all the way to our current Queen Elizabeth II.
The BBC Proms: 14th July to 9th September 2017
Every year the Royal Albert Hall presents the Proms – a series of the world’s greatest orchestras and classical music. Whatever you musical taste though, there is certain to be something for everyone!
Notting Hill Carnival: 27th August to 28th August 2017
Notting Hill Carnival is Europe’s biggest street festival and represents London’s multiculturalism.
Filled with music, food and drink, the atmosphere is electric and fun for everyone – a sure highlight of the British Summertime!
The National Art Gallery’s Magic Carpet Ride: July and August 2017
The National Art Gallery are offering a fantastic way for children to learn all about art. Kids are welcome to listen to the stories behind the famous paintings – while on a magic carpet ride – it’s not to be missed!
London Magical Tours: 1st July to 1st October 2017
Kids and adults of all ages are welcome to discover the amazing stories of London on a London Magical Tour. Learn all about the capital with your family’s very own tour team: a professional tour guide alongside a qualified chauffeur, travelling in the comfort on a private vehicle – perfect to make the history of London come to life! Private Tours to Windsor, Oxford and surrounding cities are also available.