"When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life" - Samuel Johnson.
London has an endless stream of twenty-four hour entertainment to keep you amused no matter what your tastes. Activities for children are held all over the city throughout the year, with extra-curricular highlights in the school holidays. From London Zoo in Regent’s Park to the Southbank special weekends, Kids go Free promotions in August, specially created theatre aimed at young people, and many museums to awaken their interest, there’s never a dull moment for your little ones in London. We even have a Crafty Concierge on-hand via Facebook, offering details of the off-the- beaten-track activities enjoyed by local Londoners.
From sight-seeing to shopping, museums to markets, café-society to cocktail hour and sports clubs to clubbing, London hosts every form of entertainment for every taste and interest. Wembley, Twickenham, Wimbledon and Lords play host to international sporting events, Michelin-starred restaurants proliferate the city, the Royal Opera House and The Coliseum present an unbeatable programme of opera and ballet and the West End is a show in itself. London comes alive after dark when bars, restaurants, clubs and casinos open their doors until the early hours of the next day.
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