Creepiness is not only for Halloween. Fright seekers can find spooky places in London all year round and we have 5 to get you started.
Believe it or not, it does not rain that much in London – it is an urban myth! It rains more in Rio, Sydney and Mexico City – and that’s a fact. But when it does rain it requires a little more effort to get out and about. Which is why we have compiled 55 options to help you out of the door and into London.
Squally days do not have to be stay at home days. There is plenty to do undercover in London. Here are just a few of the creative and fun places on offer to keep young people active when it rains in London.
On rainy, windy, snowy days youngsters still need to burn off energy, and rainy day blues . Fortunately London has a multitude of interesting and sporty activities to keep us moving in the wintry weather.
There’s a famous London park for every mood, every occasion and every season. Summer picnics by the lake in St James Park or a brisk autumn walk through the golden leaves in Hyde Park are popular with locals and visitors. Not to be overlooked are London’s secret, secluded gardens and green spaces. Some of these are unknown even to locals, making them even more intriguing and worth seeking out.
Many of our London apartment rentals are popular with families. These warm, sunny days are perfect for finding fabulous activities and cultural delights that your children will adore. From outdoor fun to award winning theatre, here are some great ways to entertain the whole family during your London visit.