Let’s go to London. All the best things to do in February, March and April

From celebrating Chinese New Year and St Patrick’s Day, to making the most of our 2 for 1 London offers, we’ve cherry-picked all the best things to do in the capital over the next few months. Have fun!


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    Celebrate the ‘Year of the Dog’

    Where: Various London locations
    When: Sunday 18th February

    For an unbeatable party filled with colour, music, acrobatics and activities, head to London’s West End for the eclectic Chinese New Year celebrations.

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    Have an underwater adventure

    Where: Sea Life London (near Waterloo Tube Station)

    On the hunt for kids entertainment that you’ll love too? Then visit Sea Life London for less with our 2 for 1 offer. Your little ones can say hello to the Gentoo Penguins, explore the beautiful tropics of Stingray Bay and learn exactly how starfish survive without a brain or heart.

    Image provided by Sea Life London


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    Learn about the history of magic

    Where: British Library
    When: Until Wednesday 28th February

    Call yourself a Potterhead? Then this February, you can learn about potions, herbology, how to care for magical creatures and much more at the Harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibition.

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    Raise a glass for St Patrick’s Day

    Where: Various locations across London
    When: Friday 16th March – Sunday 18th March

    Every year, London turns into a sea of green to mark the St Patrick’s celebrations and whether you want to watch the annual parade at Piccadilly or have a pint and sing-a-long at one of the city’s Irish pubs, London knows how to celebrate in style.

    Image credit: Photo © Aurelien Guichard cc-by-sa/2.0


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    Explore the world of Winnie-the-Pooh

    Where: Victoria and Albert Museum
    When: Until Sunday 8th April

    In this special Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a Classic exhibition, you and the kids can step into the enchanting world of the loveable character and his creators. You’ll see original line drawings by illustrator, E.H. Shepard, which are on display for the first time in 40 years.

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    Take a romantic trip on the Coca-Cola London Eye

    A super classy and uber romantic day doesn’t have to cost a fortune and with our 2 for 1 offer on the Coca-Cola London Eye, you’ll get a bird’s eye view of London’s majestic skyline and landmarks for less.

    Image provided by Coca-Cola London Eye

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    Watch the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Races

    Where: River Thames (You can watch at Putney Bridge, Crave Cottage, Duke’s Meadows, Chiswick Bridge)
    When: Saturday 24th March

    For a festival atmosphere with a competitive edge, get ready to cheer on your chosen side as rowers battle it out on the Thames for the Cancer Research UK Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race.

    Image credit: Photo © Magnus D cc-by-sa/2.0


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    Go on a giant duck hunt

    Where: WWT London Wetland Centre
    When: Friday 30th March – Sunday 15th April

    Forget Easter egg hunts. At WWT London Wetland Centre, it’s all about searching for the duckies who have gone missing around the nature reserve. Can you find them?

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    Enjoy a fun-packed festival

    Where: South Bank
    When: Friday 6th April – Sunday 30th September

    Returning for its 10th birthday, at South Bank’s Underbelly Festival you’ll find circus, cabaret and family-friendly shows, as well as one of London’s biggest outdoor bars. Nice!

    Image credit: Photo © ijclark cc-by-sa/2.0


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    Laugh out loud at the theatre

    Where: New Wimbledon Theatre
    When: Tuesday 24th – Saturday 28th April

    Awfully thrilling fun that the whole family will love? It has to be a trip to the theatre to see the stage show of David Walliams’ book, Awful Auntie. It features a very old car, a very large owl and a very small ghost too!

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    Face your fears and be scared silly

    Where: London Dungeon

    Who says you have to wait until Halloween to be scared silly? At the London Dungeon, you can be whisked away back to the capital’s most perilous past. Plus, this is another one of our amazing 2 for 1 attractions.

    Image provided by London Dungeon

What are you planning to do over the next few months? Remember – there’s a guaranteed seat waiting for you on our coaches.