We want the City to be your home - a chance for you to live like a local. With our carefully curated knowledge of what to see, eat and do, you won't just tick off the usual tourist spots.

Goodman City — Restaurant

Goodman in the heart of the City, the quality of the meat and the care and dedication with which they treat it is second to none. This particular restaurant can be found next to Bank station on Old Jewry, making it very popular for client entertaining, with groups of colleagues, friends or, indeed, families. This… Read more »

May Highlights

When the month of May comes to town, there really is no excuse not to embrace London’s great outdoors and start soaking up all that the city has to offer – whether that’s heading to a rooftop bar, visiting a city farm, making the most of the two (yes, two!) bank holidays or just lounging about in one of London’s best… Read more »

London Wine Week 2019

Oenophiles rejoice: London Wine Week returns for 2019 with seven days of grapey goings on all across town and this year it’s free to pick up your digital pass giving you access to exclusive £5 wine flights ‘sip and snack’ pairings at over 125 participating bars.  The week will also see pop-ups, dinners, tastings and masterclasses… Read more »

Stanley Kubrick Exhibition

Visitors will have the chance to “get inside Stanley Kubrick’s head” in a huge exhibition that has toured the world, from Germany to South Korea. Expect to see original props and costumes from the films, as well as some rare photographs. There’ll also be a chance to relive iconic scenes from his movies, and see objects… Read more »

Colourscape Maze

For a real aesthetic treat, you’re going to want to head to Wembley Park over the May bank holiday (May 4th-6th). That’s where the enormous inflatable Colourscape maze can be found – a truly immersive psychedelic wonderland that you can wander around for free! The mind-bending structure consists of nearly 100 interlocking segments of colourful… Read more »

RHS Chelsea Flower Show

See the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea transformed with stunning horticultural displays for the prestigious RHS Chelsea Flower Show. World-renowned garden designers, plant specialists, florists and nurseries come together every year to show off cutting-edge garden designs and inspirational floral exhibits. Stroll through show-stopping and award-winning gardens. Discover rare flowers and plants, and creative… Read more »

Museums at Night

Stuff the usual opening hours and hang out at your favourite cultural institutions after dark at the May edition of Museums at Night. The festival takes place across the UK from May 15 – May 18, with a series of seriously special after-hours events at some of London’s best galleries, museums and attractions. See the full programme… Read more »

April Highlights

Spring has officially landed in London and sunny, warm weather is just around the corner, meaning that outdoor London comes alive. Easter will bring a lot of chocolate, and the first bank holiday of the year so here are some ideas on how to spend your month doing the most nice things in London! Easter… Read more »

Easter in London

Easter 2019, from Good Friday on 19th April to Monday 22nd April, gives us a four-day weekend and London has everything from egg hunts to church services, family fun and major exhibitions, all the right ingredients for a cracking Easter break in the city. You hear Easter, you think chocolate! Earn your eggs this Easter… Read more »

Bustronome

The Bustronome is a high-end double decker bus that stands out for its panoramic dining room. It brings its passengers into the London sphere in the best conditions regardless of the seasons. In a nutshell the unrivalled combination between beauty and leisure on board this luxury bus-restaurant will provide an extraordinary experience ready to awaken… Read more »

Robert Woolf Guiding

London is one of the great cities of the world, once capital of Roman Britain, now a global commercial centre.  Medieval lanes, hidden alleys, cutting edge modern architecture, beautiful churches, limitless literary associations and the River Thames, London’s river of liquid history. The City of London has a unique governing body led by its Lord… Read more »

London Marathon

The London Marathon was created after the former Olympic champion Chris Brasher returned from running the New York Marathon. He was so inspired by the sight of more than a million spectators and runners from different cultures united by this one challenge, he felt London had to have its own marathon. After months of studying… Read more »

The Blacklock—Restaurant

Listed building on the grounds of London’s first meat market in the City, we knew it was made for us, and Blacklock City was born. In the City, we remain true to our Soho spirit with the best quality meat this country has to offer, for the best value around but have added a wider… Read more »

Feast of St George in Trafalgar Square

Join the St George’s Day celebrations at the Mayor of London’s annual Feast of St George in Trafalgar Square. Decorated in red and white for England’s national day, the square is lined with stalls selling traditional English food, inspired by St George’s Day’s 13th-century origins as a national day of feasting. There are also free children’s art workshops,… Read more »

March Highlights

As spring arrives and the days start to get sunnier and longer, there’s plenty going on in London to embrace the new season. Why not take a stroll around London’s best parks and gardens as they start to burst with colour, check out the city’s best restaurants or sink a drink in one of London’s neon-filled bars. March in London… Read more »