Winter in London is a wonderful time, offers some of fantastic festive activities a feast of different cultural too. Shoppers pour in from across the world to enjoy the season, so if you are visiting the city in the coming months (DEC,JAN,FEB,MARCH) here are some suggestions on what we think is best to see :
Little ones are particularly vulnerable to winter’s icy winds. Keep them snug with warm coats, woolly scarves, hats and gloves. Check out our Shopping for Kids feature for ideas on where to kit them out. Your main problem will be getting them to take their new winter gear off!
The best way to beat the winter blues is to get outside and get the blood pumping. It’s also a great way to burn up any surplus energy! London has hundreds of parks and outdoor spaces for you and the kids to explore. See our Open Spaces section to find a park near to you.
Get your skates on at Alexandra Palace’s ice rink. It’s a great way to get some exercise and tire out little legs. You could also try one of the temporary ice rinks which pop up all over London from November to January
Here are 9 best things todo in London;
2)The Ritz: For the most traditional experience. From £50 per person
3)Claridges: Great for a celebration. From £50 per person
4)City Cruises River Thames Tea: Perfect for a day trip. Prices from £25 per person.
5)Ichi Sushi & Sashimi Bar: A Japan-inspired alternative to afternoon tea. From £25 per person.
6)Sanctum Soho Hotel: Best for men to have tea. From £50 per person.
7)The Fan Museum: For a cheap day out. Prices from £6 per person.
8)The Tea Rooms: For a homely atmosphere. Prices from £15 per person.
9)Ting Restuarant, Shangri-La at the Shard: For the best view across London. Prices from £49.
Remember we have more things to do for free in separate post….