This post covers things to do in London in April, including our top 10 list as well as free things to do, nighttime activities and family-friendly options, updated for 2018. For more ideas for any time of the year, read our master post on things to do in London.
This post is about how to take a tour of the Houses of Parliament (the British Parliament) as well as attending public debates. It covers security, dress codes, and other important tips. History, politics, and associations with royalty all come together in a single place, making the Palace of Westminster one of the most interesting stops on a visit to London. And be sure to take one of our walking tours that cover the palace.
This post lists the many things to do in March in London, updated for 2018, including family-friendly, free, and night activities and attractions. March means slightly warming weather, but still with smaller crowds than busier months. Be sure to check out our extensive list of Things to Do in London, which includes links to other monthly posts.
This post covers how to visit the Sky Garden, London’s free observation deck, including information on hours, directions, where to eat, and other things to do. The Sky Garden is 1 of our top 10 free things to do in London and is located near the end of our Old City of London Tour.
This post compares the London Pass, the Explorer Pass and other tourist discount passes in London. Learn how a tourist discount pass could save you money on attractions, tours and more. Don’t forget, our tours are pay-what-you-wish and cover much of the city.
There are several different passes to choose from, and we have broken them down by type. Just click on the links for more details, but here is an overview.
The London Pass is an all-inclusive pass that allows you to enjoy as many attractions, tours, and experiences as you can within a set number of days for one set price (think of an all-you-can-eat buffet). All-inclusive passes are the most expensive type, but you could potentially save the most amount of money if do some pre-planning.
There are passes that allow you to choose a set # of attractions and tours. These passes are usually offered in increments of 3, 4, 5, 7 or more attractions and you choose which attractions you want from a long list of top attractions. These are a bit cheaper and more flexible than all-inclusive passes but your savings potential is lower.
Another option is prepackaged passes which are like a prix-fixe/set-menu. If you like the attractions included on the ‘menu’, then these passes are a nice, uncomplicated way to save money. There are bus tour companies that offer their own combo deals. Lastly, London has many discount cards and passes for one or two specific activities.
If at first glance the tourist passes seem too pricey, be sure to calculate the estimated cost of visiting all the attractions you hope to see. When properly planned, these tourist passes can actually save you a lot of time and money. It can be difficult to decide which, if any, are right for you. Therefore, we recommend deciding on what you want and have time to do first before choosing which pass you would like. In other words, don’t necessarily let the pass(es) decide for you where to go, but certainly get ideas from what is offered.
Remember Our Tours
Don’t forget about all of our “name your own price” walking tours of the city! You can save as much as you like with our tours. For a full list of our tours offered, check out our calendar.
The London Pass is a sightseeing pass available for all visitors to London to purchase. It takes the form of a smart card (similar to your Oyster Card) that has a one-off fee loaded onto it in advance, allowing the holder to enter numerous attractions. In addition to this, the London Pass offers a queue jump for many attractions which can literally save hours of standing in line!
This post describes how to reach the Abbey Road Crossing in London, also known as the Beatles Crosswalk. Located in the north London neighbourhood of St. John’s Wood, it is easily accessible by the London Underground. We also list several guided tours that visit the crossing.
Windsor Castle tours let you visit the favourite residence of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. The oldest continuously inhabited castle in the world, Windsor is built up of an entire complex of buildings, walls, towers and with its’ own chapel. Located on the outskirts of London, visiting Windsor Castle from London is exceptionally easy and makes a fabulous day out for the entire family.
This post lists the many things to do in February in London, updated for 2018, including a top-10 as well family-friendly events, things to do at night, and of course, free activities. If you are here at the start or end of this month, check out our guides to January and March. Of course, any time of year is great for Free Tours by Foot.
Once known as the Rock n Roll capital of the world, Camden Town is now a popular tourist destination offering many great things to do. From shopping at Camden Market to catching a live music gig at Koko, there’s always something to do, see, and eat in this neighborhood! This is our guide to the best places to go, as well as our list of the best tours in the area. Be sure to check out our post Things to Do in London for even more inspiration.
This post is an overview of the February weather in London, with tips on how to dress and things to do, including things to do at night, with kids and for free. If you will be in London at the start or end of the month, then you should also read our reports on the weather in December and January.