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. Orchids Festival at Kew Gardens
The Kew Royal Botanic Gardens has an annual Orchid Festival that starts during February and runs through early March. Escape the dreary winter at botanical paradise and admire the incredible displays of orchids and exotic flowers.
3. St Patrick's Day in London
The popular annual parade brings many spectators each year. Take a part in extravagant parade, join free events and performances in Trafalgar Square, enjoy Irish food and try the most Irish beer, Guinness. St. Patrick's Day is prime for partying and the action takes place every 17 March.
4.Easter in London
Celebrate your Easter weekend in London. Many shops and attractions in London put on special offers and exhibitions over the Easter weekend: from Easter egg hunts in a top London garden and special Easter events, to the best chocolate shops. Keep in mind, that many shops are not open on Easter Sunday, and the timetable schedules for public transport may be reduced over the Easter weekend.
Say „Thank you” to your mom and celebrate Mothering Sunday in London. Choose from traditional afternoon teas to the dinner at one of Michelin-starred restaurants, cocktails or champagne with a view to the West End shows, walks in a beautiful gardens to shopping, and find something as special as she is. There are special events or special discounts at stores and restaurants during this special day. In Britain Mother's Day is celebrated three weeks before Easter Sunday.