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March Highlights

Although the weather may still be quite cold, the first signs of spring appear in March in London. It’s a good month to visit the Kensington Palace gardens, Kew Gardens or any of London’s other top gardens, as seas of crocuses and daffodils bloom across the capital.  Here are a few of highlights for March:

Little Venice– In the mood for a one-person party with a glass of wine and a book? Look no further than Little Venice, an curiously calm slice of London’s waterways. Stop for a coffee in a canal-side café (The Waterway, Café Laville are both worth a look) or just stroll along the towpath to look at colourful narrow boats and enjoy some reassuring flashbacks to ‘Rosie and Jim’

St Patrick`s Day – In 2018, the official three-day celebration in London begins on 16 March, and culminates in the annual St Patrick’s Day parade in Central London and Trafalgar Square festivities on 18 March. Check back nearer the time for more details on the 2018 St Patrick’s Day Parade in London and St Patrick’s Day Festival in Trafalgar Square. Friday March 16– Sunday March 18 2018.

Mother’s Day in London 11th March 2018– When Mother’s Day 2018 hits, you don’t want to be caught unprepared to treat your Mum, right? Boasting some of the most charming dabbles in the UK, London is a hot to trot spot to treat the main lady in your life. Whether she’s a cocktail crooner, hankering for a spot of afternoon tea, or more than deserving of some of the cities most slap up meals, our guide will do the hard work, so you can get all the credit. Check out  picks for the best things to do this Mother’s Day in London.

The Postal MuseumThe Postal Museum reveals the surprising and fascinating story of the first social network and makes our extraordinary collections available and enjoyable for all.From Ballie BallersonPlay, dance or flop into the waist deep balls – this is an adult ball pit cocktail bar where messing about with your friends is fully encouraged. We have used light, art and balls to produce mind bending visuals, and our venue loves the camera more than a Kardashian. Expect to take lots of photos and to laugh.

Inamo Restaurant— inamo are pioneering restaurants & bars. With locations in Soho, Covent Garden & Camden, we craft Japanese, Chinese, Thai & Korean cuisine, including fresh sushi, served as a sharing concept for our guests to savour. We’re recommended by Design My Night as best sushi in London.