Top Things To Do This Autumn in London

Autumn in London

While London looks spectacular in summer, with outdoor theatres, swimming in the Serpentine, and pints outside the pub, there’s something magical about autumn. As the leaves begin to turn from green to gold, and dusk settles on the city, there’s no shortage of things to see and do in the capital this season. 

For culture vultures

With more than 170 museums – many of which are free, world-famous art galleries, and no shortage of theatres there’s plenty on offer for those looking for a touch of culture from their trip to the capital. 

Explore the variety of exhibitions on offer this season, from the ethereal Infinity Mirror Room at the Tate Modern to Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser at the V&A. 

For shopaholics

A trip to London wouldn’t be complete without a trip to one of the department stores. From Liberty’s to Harrods, Selfridges to Harvey Nichols – and of course Hamleys, there’s no shortage places to shop until you drop.

If you’re in the market for something a little more one-off, then the effortlessly cool Carnaby Street is for you. For those who prefer vintage finds, then a trip to Camden Market is a must. And if you prefer to shop with a side of entertainment, then an afternoon in Covent Garden will delight. 

For nature lovers

Despite being one of the biggest capital cities in the world, London is made of 40% public green spaces, with London’s Royal Parks accounting for 5,000 acres. Free to visit and open every day of the year, the parks are for everyone. So, if you’re treated to a crisp autumn day, why not explore the many parks and impressive views on offer. 

For families

London has a whole host of attractions that will delight family members of all ages. From the SEA LIFE Centre to the Natural History Museum. The London Zoo to Madame Tussauds. If you’re spending a few days in the city, why not take the train to Windsor for a day at Legoland? With rides suitable for children of all ages, it’ll be action-packed day the whole family will love. 

For foodies

If you’re a fan of fine dining you’re in luck. London has 66 Michelin star restaurants, with cuisines from around the globe. If you’re looking for something a little more quintessential, then you really can’t beat afternoon tea at the Ritz. Guests are treated to sumptuous surroundings of The Palm Court and can sample the delicate delights of the exclusive Ritz Royal Blend Tea. 

With so many things to see and do, you might have to return in the winter – and discover a whole new range of things to see and do!

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