1. Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace
One fascination that is not to be missed is the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. It takes place outside Buckingham Palace, begins at 10:45 AM and lasts around 45 minutes (handover takes place at 11:00 AM). You can join the Change of the Guard walking tour to learn much more about this ceremony.
2. BBC Proms – the world’s biggest classical music festival
The Proms is an orchestral classical music concert series that runs for eight weeks of the summer season. The annual event series was first held in 1895 and has since become a significant staple of British culture. Most of the concerts occur in Royal Albert Hall, with smaller concerts taking place in Cadogan Hall or outdoor venues. The concert series also features ballet and opera performances for kids and special events showcasing musical genres outside of the classical realm.
3. Masterpiece London at the Royal Hospital Chelsea
Billed as the "Unmissable Art Fair", Masterpiece London takes place at the latter end of June. On exhibition are some of the most historically renown art pieces from across the globe. That said, it also represents many modern pieces from international artists. Among the many categories are, fine art, sculpture, antiquities, silver, and jewellery. In addition to the individual art pieces, artists and art experts give talks and presentations. The exhibit lasts for one week, overlapping into July.
4. Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park
Join this 10 summer days festival of live music full-filled with world-famous stars as well as with rising artists. Enjoy your July fun even more with the Open House festival with lots of attractions, such as live concerts, open-air cinema, street food and many other free entertainments.
5. Wimbledon Tennis Championships
Wimbledon is known as the oldest tennis tournament in the world and it is played on grass courts. Follow world-class players vie in this legendary 2-week tennis championship, one of 4 annual Grand Slam tournament.