10 reasons why autumn in London is the best

31st August 2018

While everyone mourns the last few days of summer, we’re trying to take a slightly more optimistic approach to the change of seasons. There are a whole host of reasons why spending an autumn day out in world class city like London is second to none. Keep reading for some amazing autumnal inspiration.

  1. Explore the life of Michael Jackson

Just because you have to stay indoors doesn’t mean you need to be tucked in bed. Head to the National Portrait Gallery and take in Michael Jackson: On the Wall. Explore how this iconic figure from pop history is reflected in works of over 40 artists around the world.

  1. Grab a curry at Hoppers' new location

Nothing puts you in the mood for a nice warm curry like this changing weather and Hoppers has just opened a brand spanking new location in St Christopher’s Place (which takes reservations)! We recommend the Crab Kari and Egg Hopper.

  1. Watch 'The Woman in Black'

With Halloween just around the corner it’s time to get into the spirit of the season. Get theatre tickets for the gripping theatrical exploration of terror which is celebrating 27 years in the West End. And with tickets on a 2FOR1 offer this spooky stage offer is not to be missed!

  1. The Bottomless Brunch at Tanner & Co

Wander over to Bermondsey Street for a brilliantly serviced bottomless brunch which is great value. Shell out £40 for a 2 hour session and mix and match cocktails and choose from a selection of creatively crafted burgers.

  1. Grab a ticket to the London Design Biennale 2018

40 countries territories and cities converge for this massive event that’s all about addressing the big questions on global design, architecture, technology, fashion, graphics and so much more. Book your morning or afternoon slot now.

  1. Have some seafood at Prawn on the Lawn

On a cold autumn night hop over to this cozy little Islington nook which is a fully licensed fishmonger and restaurant as well. You’ll be hard pressed to find fresher seafood. Menus are all seasonal and as sustainable as possible.

  1. Be enchanted at a magical candle lit concert

Be mesmerized by a series of classical musical pieces in an idyllic setting – St Martin-in-the-Fields. Experience Mozart, Back and Vivaldi by Candlelight experienced by the London Concertante.

  1. Have a snack at Breddos Tacos in Clerkenwell

Looking for a taqueria in the heart of Clerkenwell? Look no further than Breddos Tacos with soft tacos made fresh in house and choose from a selection of fillings including meats, seafood and fish. The Lamb Neck Barbacoa is our fav!

  1. Watch 'Movies on the Thames'

This is your last chance for Movies on the River, courtesy of Timeout Live and City Cruises, before the weather gets just a little bit too chilly. Take your pick of cult classics like ‘Jaws’, ‘Clueless’, more contemporary films, or even those with a London theme!

  1. Take a stroll through Richmond Park

Take in the changing of the leaves in Richmond Park this autumn and marvel at the crimson colours. It's also mating season for the deer, keep a look out for the males roaring, barking and clashing their antlers competing for their female counterparts. 

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