Tag: culture

This Month You Can Explore London’s Museums After Hours!

Twice a year, museums across the country are invited to keep their doors open after hours. Luckily for us ...

The Queen’s House Has Reopened!

The Queen’s House in Greenwich has been closed for refurbishment since July 2015, but it’s now open to the ...

Dippy The Dinosaur Is Leaving The Natural History Museum!

The Natural History Museum’s iconic dinosaur, lovingly known as Dippy, is leaving London to go galavanting across the UK as part ...

FREE Event: The New Artist Fair Is Coming To The Old Truman Brewery

Are you always telling yourself you need to be a bit ‘more cultured’? You don’t do enough to ...

This Is What Plans For Olympic Park’s New ‘Cultural Quarter’ Look Like

To mark the 4th anniversary of our Olympic opening ceremony in 2012, pictures have been released to reveal ...

This Interactive Tube Map Shows You The Most Common Languages In London

London represents a unique collection of people, cultures, cuisines and languages. Whether you’ve popped out to the supermarket ...

13 Bittersweet Reasons Why London Is Just ‘The Worst’!

Yes, we get it: London is the greatest city in the world. Everything is fantastic. From the Queen, ...

OMG! (Not BFG) A Quentin Blake Gallery Has Just Opened In London

Brace yourself, everybody. Some serious nostalgia is about to hit. Quentin Blake, that is the children’s book illustrator Quentin Blake, has ...

15 Spot-On Observations Of A London Newbie Everyone Can Relate To

The Big Smoke, the Swinging City, the Square Mile, or just the City-whatever nickname you want to call ...

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Trafalgar Square To Receive Replica Syrian Arch That Survived Isis Bombing

A 15-metre replica of a Syrian arch that is believed to have survived Isis bombing is going to ...

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Dazzling Light Festival Will Transform London For 4 Nights This January

Everyone needs a bit of sparkle in January – it’s all too easy to allow those dark mornings ...

Is This Dazzling Light Festival Set To Transform London Into A Radiant Wonderland?

From the 14th – 17th January 2016, two iconic destinations – King’s Cross and the West End – will ...