Things to do this Easter 2020 in London

From Easter egg hunts to the Passion of the Christ live performance – there is something for everyone to enjoy this Easter 2020 in London.

London Easter Egg Hunts:

Visit the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace and search for Easter treasures. There is even a chance to decorate your very own easter eggs that you can take home.

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The Big Easter Egg Hunt, Covent Garden, London

Easter Weekend Mass: 

Celebrate the Easter weekend with mass at one of London’s churches. Our favourites include Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s Cathedral (pictured below) and St. Martin’s in the fields.

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Celebrate Easter Mass at St. Paul’s Cathedral

Easter Chocolate in London:

What would Easter be like without some chocolate? Thankfully you need not worry; London has some of the best places where you can indulge on your sweet tooth cravings. Our favourites include Charbonnel et Walker (Bond Street), Le Jeune Chocolatiers and Choccywoccydoodah.

Choccywoccydoodah - the magical shop in London run by real-life Willy Wonkas.

Choccywoccydoodah – the magical shop in London run by real-life Willy Wonkas.

The Passion of Jesus:

Watch the magical performance of the Easter story in London’s Trafalgar Square. This year it takes place on Good Friday the 10th of April.

The Passion of the Christ Story - Trafalgar Square, London

The Passion of the Christ Story – Trafalgar Square, London

Easter Family Tours and attractions:

Discover the magic of Easter in London with the London private tours specialist London Magical Tours. With your very own tour guide and chauffeur, you can visit all the above Easter London locations and much more. Whats more London Magical Tours offer special Easter Egg Hunts as part of the tours to create a magical Easter experience for both children and adults alike.


London Holiday Lights Tours

London Christmas Tours 2019

 

Our annual Christmas tours are now in full swing!

London is looking more festive than ever this year and we are delighted to hear how much our guests are enjoying discovering the best of the capital’s Christmas lights and decorations on our Magical London Christmas tours.

Our award winning London holiday lights tours return this holiday season from 10th of November 2019 to 6th of January 2020. Much more than just the best of the Christmas lights, the tours go on a special holiday  journey of discovery through the ages, from Dickens and secret Christmas trees, to the Victorian Squares and off the beaten path neighbourhoods from which so many of our festive traditions originate.

This year guests can opt to join one of our scheduled group tours or a private tour for ultimate privacy. Get away from the crowds with your own tour team: your own professional London Magical Tours guide plus in addition, an extra chauffeur, to avoid all parking worries. The tour makes extended stops to go outside of the vehicle with your professional guide, with plenty of opportunities for photographs and optional visits to Hamleys Toy Store, Harrods Christmas World or the traditional Victorian Arcades. Collection and return to your central London hotel or accommodation is included on private tours for the perfect holiday experience.

 

London Holiday Lights Tours 2019

 

Still need convincing?

We understand how useful it is to see live videos and hear previous guests talk about their tours when choosing your own sightseeing experience. To this end, our ever popular Client of the Month Featurette is making a holiday special return this month:

Filmed live on location immediately after a tour, it places the spotlight on one of our guests to share their thoughts on their sightseeing experience. No scripts, gimmicks or special effects. Just a simple live action review in their own words.

The latest entry is a review of the Private Magical Christmas Tour at VIP level. Simply click on the video link below to see it in full 4K High Definition:

 

 

Wish to watch more guest feedback videos? You can view other client of the month videos by clicking on these links:
Client of the Month Part I
Client of the Month Part II
Client of the Month Part III
Client of the Month Part IV
Client of the Month Part V
Client of the Month Part VI

 


Experience a Magical Halloween in London

Did you know that the word Halloween or Hallowe’en dates back to about 1745 and comes from the Scottish term of All Hallows’ Eve: the evening before All Saints Day, the 1st of November in the Christian calendar.

 

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With Halloween 2019 just around the corner, we wanted to share our excitement with you all by posting some of favourite halloween London themed photos:

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Ghosts and Ghouls at the ancient Palace of Westminster

 

The Tower of London. Dark, sinister and one of London's most haunted venues. Perfect for a night of ghost stories!

The Tower of London. Dark, sinister and one of London’s most haunted venues. Prepare to be spooked …

Secret alleyways and Victorian gas lights ... perfect for a fright night!

Secret alleyways and Victorian gas lights … perfect for a fright night!

Come and enjoy the gruesome and frightening sights of the capital on London Magical Tours’ Private London Tours and make sure to make this halloween the scariest one yet!

Plus don’t forget that all young visitors taking part in our Halloween tour specials will receive a Magical Trick or Treat gift bag in the 2 weeks up to the big day itself.

 

 


Client of the Month – 2019 Featurette

There are few things that delight us more at London Magical Tours than to receive great post tour feedback.

We’ve been listening to your comments and appreciate how helpful it is to see live tour videos and hear real guests speak about their time when choosing your own sightseeing experience.

To this end, our ever popular Client of the Month Featurette is making a return for 2019:

Filmed on location while touring, it places the spotlight on one of our guests to share their thoughts on the sightseeing experience. No gimmicks, no special effects. Just a stripped back live action review in their own words.

The latest entry is a VIP level private tour of London. Simply click on the video link below to see it in full 4K High Definition:

Wish to see more? Don’t forget to view other client of the month videos by clicking on these links:
Client of the Month Part I
Client of the Month Part II
Client of the Month Part III
Client of the Month Part IV
Client of the Month Part V


Christmas in London 2018 – Things To Do

Christmas in London is magical. Truly magical.

The capital’s streets are filled with holiday lights and christmas markets open up throughout the city’s different neighbourhoods. Of course though, it wouldn’t quite be Christmas without the return of London Magical Tours’ annual holiday special tours: the 2018 London Christmas Tours dates have now been announced!

To mark the occasion and get your festive appetite going, here are a few of our favourite things to do for Christmas in London during November and December 2018:

Popular London Christmas Markets:

Most of the London Christmas markets open from mid-November and stay open into the new-year (early January). Some of the largest this year will be held at:

  • Leicester Square Christmas Market: In the centre of London’s West End and close to all the shops and theatres
  • Winter Wonderland: The Christmas Market at Winter Wonderland is one of the biggest in London. Set in Hyde Park, there are over 200 kiosks on site to spark your imagination and help you find that perfect christmas gift. Once you’ve found it, you can give into temptation and hop on to one of the many fair ground rides – you won’t regret it!
  • South-Bank Christmas Market: The South Bank’s Winter Market sees the area just south of the river Thames beautifuly transformed into a festive wonderland. With plenty on offer from stocking fillers to mince pies, there is truly something for everyone.

Ice Skating Rinks in London:

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  • The Natural History Museum Ice Rink: Grab your skates and visit this iconic museum in Albertropolis. The rink (pictured above) is a great place to unwind after a day out visiting the museums in South Kensington.
  • Somerset House Ice Rink: Still the most classic of locations to enjoy a winter’s night skating, the Somerset House ice rink has been featured in many a Christmas movie and is the perfect spot for skating under the stars. Look out for the special themed nights – not to be missed!

The London Christmas Lights:

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  • Oxford Street Christmas Lights: World-reknowned, Oxford Street has some of the most spectacular Christmas lights and festive store displays you will find – not just in London – but in the world.
  • Carnaby Street Christmas Lights: Fancy a cracking Christmas neighbourhood? Head down to fashionable Carnaby Street, where central London meets hip Soho for an eclectic festive mix: from great local food to unique holiday gift ideas.

Best places to shop in London during Christmas:

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  • Oxford Street, Regents Street, Piccadilly: Make your way from Oxford Street, down Regents Street though Piccadilly to cover all of the best Christmas themed shops in town.
  • Knightsbridge: From Harrods to Harvey Nicholls and the Sloane Street, there is much to discover in Knightsbridge for the holidays. Make sure to pay a special visit to Christmas World, a whole floor filled with toys, decorations and much, much more.

Christmas Carol’s in London:

  • St. Martins In the Fields: A traditional event where you will find some of the best choral recitals. For an added bonus, opt to go on the day of the annual Christmas Tree installation, courtesy of our Norwegian friends from Oslo.
  • The Royal Albert Hall: The annual Christmas festival is sure to get you in the festive mood. From classical christmas choirs to pop numbers, it’s a sure way to make your Christmas an unforgettable one.

Santa’s Grotto in London:

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  • Harrods Department Store: A christmas tradition like no other going back to 1955 , Harrods hosts Father Christmas in their very own Christmas Grotto. Journey through the gingerbread house where children will make memories that will last them a life time.
  • Hamley’s Toy Store: There’s nothing more exciting than visiting Hamley’s during the Christmas season. Hamley’s is the world’s oldest toy shop, 5 stories and a basement of fun, fun, fun. A must for any child visiting London.

 

London Magical Tours’ annual Christmas tours will run from 10th of November 2018 to 6th of January 2019.

Discover all of the above locations, plus many many more on the capital’s oldest and only fully themed Christmas tours by visiting: http://www.londonmagicaltours.com/london_tours_christmas_london_tour.html