If you’re looking forward to spending time as a family but are running out of original places to go, we have the week tied up in a list that not only provides entertainment for your children, but for you too….
Tuesday 4th March is Shrove Tuesday. There are plenty of places in London to go and enjoy a pancake or two, or three, or if you’re feeling up to the challenge twelve makes it a free dinner!…
Taking in the sights is the perfect way to gear yourself up for a super shop, and Christmas markets are a compulsory part of welcoming in the festive season. Greenwich provides an alternative shopping scene to the crowded and pounded pavements in Central London. …
30 minutes cruise from Tower Bridge (or an hour from Westminster or London Eye) will take you to one of London’s gems. Royal Greenwich. We will say just this. If you haven’t been to Greenwich, go. And if you have, go again. It really is a brilliant place to visit. For all ages, And all interests.
With a heritage dating back to the 18th Century, Greenwich Market is widely considered one of London’s best, famed for the vibrancy, originality and quality of its wares.
Start your Christmas festivities in Greenwich, with the traditional lantern procession, led by local school children, and the switching on of the Christmas Lights.
“Discover 500 years of Britain’s encounter with the world at sea. See the spectacular story of the Thames brought to life in Royal River… See the uniform Nelson wore at the Battle of Trafalgar, steer a ship into port and fire a cannon in our Maritime galleries.