Halloween in London – Here’s What To Do

Halloween in London – Here’s What To Do

Many countries are celebrating Halloween every year. With this in mind, many people are traveling to other countries just to experience what type of Halloween that certain country has to offer. Of course, London is no exception when it comes to Halloween.

Visiting the London, you can have a chance to encounter the wildest and the most memorable Halloween events and activities of your life. From there, you will be able to put experience a great adventure and form amazing memories with friends and families, all with Christmas just right around the corner. To give you an overview, we will be highlighting some of the things to do in London during the Halloween night.

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London’s Most Unusual Cafes

London’s Most Unusual Cafes

Whilst a British Caff is the norm on most streets in London, there has been an uptake in exciting new, quirky cafes across the city. If you are looking for something that’s a little out of the ordinary (or maybe even a place for coffee and a haircut), then we’ve got a great selection of places that you can visit. Here are some of London’s most unusual cafes.

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Unusual Museums in London: Part I

Unusual Museums in London: Part I

London, although no Amsterdam, is a city with hundreds of museums. Many of them are well-known, such as the British Museum and the V&A, but there are plenty of lesser known and very niche museums to consider as well.

In this series of blog posts, we want to bring you some of these more quirky museums that you may enjoy dotted around the capital, and just highlight some of the amazing things you can find in this great city.

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GrandFest – Learn New Skills

GrandFest – Learn New Skills

Fancy learning new skills with some of the best teachers in the world? That’s where GrandFest comes in. This festival is dedicated to the skills that we can learn from our elders, and features people who have spent their lives perfecting crafts and skills who are willing to teach you.

It is presented by the Royal Voluntary Service and will take place in Spitalfields on the 18th July. There’s a wide range of classes and workshops you can take part in, from Bread Making to Wood turning, Crocheting to Basket Weaving.

For your chance to take part in this amazing event, make sure you reserve your slot in a class today!

Full class list and reservation form can be found here.

 

Brighton: A Quick Seaside Break from London

Brighton: A Quick Seaside Break from London

Getting to Brighton from London is really very easy and cheap, and a great way to discover one of the UK’s biggest seaside towns. A straight train from Central London takes just over an hour to get there, but you won’t find a sandy beach – it’s all smooth, round pebbles.

A landmark of Brighton is the big Brighton Pier, which hosts a large arcade with games for all ages, and whilst here you can peer out across the sea to see a large stretch of the south cost of Britain.

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Fun Alternative Tours To Do In London

Fun Alternative Tours To Do In London

Whether you are looking for something new and exciting to dod in London, or just curious as to what is available, these exciting activities are definitely some of the best to consider. Located all over the city, they will help you discover hidden treasures, or teach you some new tips to help you in life.

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London Coffee Festival

London Coffee Festival

If you’re a fan of this roasted bean, then the London Coffee Festival is a definite must to visit. From the 6-9 April, there will be some amazing displays such as up-close Latte Art, Coffee and Food pairings, Home Barista workshops and more.

Hosted in the Old Truman Brewery in Shoreditch, tickets start from £16.50, which gives you full admission, coffee tasting, and much more.

For more information and tickets, you can visit the London Coffee Festival website.