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The Best December Ever For Families

How to brighten up the dark December days with your little ones

Ladies of Quality & Distinction

The Foundling Museum presents a landmark exhibition resetting the Foundling Hospital’s 300-year story

Booking until 20 January 2019

This Week: 29 October – 4 November

If you’re looking to avoid all the Halloween fuss this week, you certainly won’t be left out in the cold

Top 5 Macabre Museums

The most gruesome exhibitions that London has to offer

This Week: 22 – 28 October

It’s an exhibition extravaganza in London this week

Top 5 Spooktacular Family Events

We’ve put our blood, sweets and tears into making a family guide to London Halloween events that are too ghoul for school

5 Intriguing Autumnal Activities

Your definitive list of things to do for an enchanting autumn in leaf-blown London

I Object!

Be instilled with a passion for protest at “I Object!” Ian Hislop’s exhibition tracking the history of dissent at the British Museum.

Back to School: English

Today in our Back to School series we’re listing the crème de la crème of London’s booming literary scene

Top 5: Sleepovers in London

If you’ve ever wondered what goes on at the museum at night, if zoo animals actually sleep or what it’s like to stay aboard a Royal Navy ship, you can find out for yourself at one of our top 5 London locations for overnight stays.

Photography in London this Autumn

Check out some amazing documentary and experimental photography to inspire you.

Magic Realism

A new free display at Tate Modern uncovers unsettling paralleles between the art of Weimar Germany and our current times.

Art in the Park

A gallery may not be your go-to summer activity, but what if it's is situated in the midst of one of London’s most famous parks? We checked out the Serpentine Galleries in Kensington Gardens, and a very special installation in the Serpentine Lake...

This week: 6 – 12 August

Wether you have the kids at home during summer break or looking for fun activities for yourself, the nights are warm and full of possibilities, so fill them with children and adult adventures alike!

Aftermath: Art in the Wake of WWI

Marking 100 years since the end of WW1, Tate Britain’s latest exhibition explores the effect the conflict had on subsequent British, French and German art.

Michael Jackson: On the Wall

The legacy of the Kind of Pop is celebrated by contemporary artists in a blockbuster exhibition at the National Portrait Exhibition.

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