Looking forward to a great time in London this May? This guide is what you need to navigate the array of events and festivals that will be happening in the city. Here are our top 5 things to do in London.
The Luna Cinema is an outdoor Cinema that launches its summertime in May. The cinema travels from one location to the other across the UK, but will not arrive in the city until the 31st of May. The Greatest showman will be screened in Bexleyheath at the Danson House. Tickets to the screening tend to sell out pretty quickly so you might want to book ahead of time if you are interested in attending.
London Wine Week
This is one of the most popular even in London this May. You will get the opportunity to drink and feel wine for the most part of this week, in conjunction with the annual celebration of the humble grape returns to the city of London. You can book a pass to this week-long event, you are entitled to a pass that will grant you access to different participating venues, including unlimited access to the London Wine Week hub located in Flat Iron square, and mini wine tastings. This is a fantastic event for wine lovers.
Are you interested in photography? Then Photo London is where you want to be. The event is world-class in the sense that it brings together curators, photographers, dealers and exhibitors to the city to celebrate the various aspects of the art. It is open to the general public whether you are a photography enthusiast or you just want to feed your eyes some amazing photography. The event runs from 16-19 of May.
New Kew Playground
Adults aren’t the only ones to get a lot of things to do in London in May, kids do too. So, if you have kids the Kew Playground is a great place to entertain your little ones. It is a new adventure playground with a play theme with colorful flowers and tall trees to get lost in. There are a water wormhole slide and water lily stepping stones. It is definitely a fun place to go with your kids during the May holiday.
Visit Plonk Golf Arena In East London
This could be one of the coolest places to go with your family and friends. This arena has the most exciting 9-hole course ever. There is just so much to do there. Go picnicking with your family, then check out the Horniman Museum in Forest Hill. It is a great place to visit with your kids. All the 9 holes are playable by everyone including kids! If you need more information visit Plonkgolf.co.uk
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