The Transport Museum has long been a portal to secret sites in London, it runs regular tours of disused tube stations across the city, like Aldwych and the tunnels of Euston. Now you can explore Hidden London: the exhibition, an immersive trip that delves deep into the public transport underworld beneath our busy commuter feet and the stories hiding within it.
Discover secrets from WW2 where a 2000-strong staff, mostly made up of women worked in an underground aircraft factory along a stretch of the Central Line. Peruse archive photos, previously unseen diagrams and vintage transport posters. The exhibition also includes a reconstruction of Winston Churchill’s blitz shelter dining room.
** Due to the COVID-19 lockdown and restrictions, Winterfest won’t be happening this year, but there will be Christmas illuminations around the stadium and London’s tallest LED Christmas tree. ** For the second year, Wembley is being transformed into an […]
Spend an evening in London’s famous Kew Gardens as you’ve never seen them before. Filled with festive illuminations, interactive displays and a Victorian fairground, you’ll soon be singing carols and looking for Father Christmas. Follow trails of over a million […]
Celebrate the world of independent short filmmaking from British and international talent as LSFF returns for its 18th run. Screenings include drama, comedy, animation, low budget and experimental work. Each day also hosts a couple of industry events—usually at 12. […]
About Chinese New Year 2020 in London Chinese New Year (also known as the Lunar New Year) falls between late January and mid-February. This year it’s on Saturday 25 January, with the big London celebrations for The Year of the […]