June 7, 2023
Our team of Treehouse London fun finders share their top tips for things to do in London this Summer. Here are their top recommendations to get out and explore during your stay at Treehouse London!
1.Taste of London Festival
Every summer, Regent’s Park plays host to the Taste of London festival, where you’ll find masterclasses, live demonstrations by leading chefs, and an array of stalls serving up signature dishes from London’s top restaurants. 14th - 18th June.
2. Summer Exhibition At the Royal Academy of Arts
The Summer Exhibition in Piccadilly is the world’s oldest open art submission exhibition. 13th June - 20th August.
3. Pride Parade
Celebrate the LGBTQ+ community with the colourful Pride Parade through central London, free festivities in Trafalgar Square and citywide events. 1st July.
4. Winning at Wimbledon
Game, set, match - Grab tickets to one of the world's oldest and most prestigious tennis tournaments. 3rd – 16th July.
5.Somerset House Summer Series
Somerset House Summer Series returns in July 2023 with eleven nights of unmissable gigs in the intimate and immersive setting of our spectacular courtyard. A staple summer experience, the series presents a trailblazing line-up of breakthrough music artists and established acts from across the globe. 6th – 16th July.
6. Sweet sounds of the BBC Proms
BBC Proms, is an annual music festival that runs for eight weeks throughout the summer. The classical music festival invites the world’s leading orchestras, musicians, and conductors to London’s Royal Albert Hall and Cadogan Hall for a series of first-class performances. 14th July - 9th September.
7.Join London’s biggest street party
The Notting Hill Carnival is one of the world’s largest street festivals and celebrates Caribbean culture in a multi-sensory display. Feast your eyes on the carnival’s elaborate floats and lively performers and move your feet to the pounding rhythms of steel bands and calypso music. 27th-28th August.
8. Rooftop Film Club
Take to the skies with the Rooftop Film Club — we guarantee any movie will be a hit when there are city skylines, glorious sunsets, and starlit evenings as backdrops. Various dates over Summer.
9.Swim in the Serpentine
Take a dip in the Serpentine Lido, London’s most iconic open water “pool.” The man-made lake in Hyde Park opens for swimmers from May through September.
10. Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Established in 1932, the multi-award-winning Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is one of the largest theatres in London (1,240 seats) and situated in the beautiful surroundings of a Royal Park.
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