There's no better way to welcome in than spring season than on a rooftop terrace with a drink in one hand and croquet mallet in the other. Head to Skylight for that and more as it proves itself to be one of the best things to do in the city as spring finally shows itself.
Top 20 Things To Do This Spring
Spring has sprung and whilst it might not last, we've NO time to ponder that. Instead, we've put together a helpful list of the top 20 things you must do this Spring; from al fresco drinking to canal-side treats, rooftop bars to secret comedy gigs - London is full to the brim with awesome things to do and see now the weather isn't making us cry. Check out our regular What's on in London guide too.
One of the best things to do in London this spring, head to the Kings Road for this very cool event. Get yourself decked out in the finest cowboy get up and let expert mixologists whip you up some snappy moonshine cocktails at this amazing Wild West themed bar.
One of the best things to do this spring in London? You bloody bet it is. Head to the rooftop garden of the Brunel Museum for an evening of campfire cocktails, marshmallow toasting and stunning views as one of the most talked about pop-ups in the city.
Goddamn if this hasn't been one of the longest winters. Ready to crack a few out in a beer garden? Us too. Here's where to find some of the very best this spring in the city. Don't worry though, we doubt the heaters will be going back in just yet.
Grill your own meat, toast your own marshmallows and chow down on some of the finest BBQ foods in London. Jimmy's BBQ Club is back at Southbank this spring to bring you delicious grub all through the warmer months.
Taking place in a secret location, COLAB Theatre return with another excellent piece of immersive story telling. This time the gang are focusing on WWII and throwing you into the centre of the action, as your actions decide the fate of King and Country.
One of the top spring events in London, Neverland presents The Fulham Beach Club, a West London paradise of sun, sand, beer pong, bottomless brunch and even yoga sessions.
Climb aboard the Electric barge for a stunning three-hour tour of London's waterways complete with tapas and tastings of some truly special artisinal gins. Soak up the sun and indulge in your favourite spirit at one of the top things to do in London this Spring.
London's brunch scene just so happens to be one of the best in the world, and we don't want you to miss a thing this spring. From boozy brunches and ball pits to quirky dining spots, here's the best in eggs and more.
Entertainment? It's moved on, and you can't get left behind. Boasting some of the best tech in the business, why don't you use this spring in London to try something new. That something new? A whole world of VR experiences, games and challenges.
What's spring in London without a garden to drink in? Not only do they have bars and street food vendors, you have everything from games like ping pong and giant jenga, retro consoles, great music and a giant screen, to space to host cool parties.
See off the winter with dreams of the Caribbean at the Reggae brunch, which is combining unlimited rum cocktails, a three course meal and the coolest tropical reggae music for one of the best brunches around.
One of the best things to do in London in the spring, House of Burlesque are back at Underbelly for another year bringing glamour, sass and some stunning acts to the Spiegeltent stage.
You won't be stuck for ideas when it comes to a night out at FEST in Camden. The new club is making sure it has all bases covered with burlesque nights, ball pits and top DJs on the agenda.
There's no time to waste when it comes to the best crazy golf in London this spring. From warehouses with unique courses to pub plots promising quirky games, check out our favourite courses in London and get familiar with your perfect putt.
Gin-House burlesque is taking over an East London private members club this April with their seductive brand of burlesque. With a polar bear in the drawing room, a tiger in the lounge and encase butterflies on the walls, The King's Head in Shoreditch is a completely unique venue, made even more special by Gin-House Burlesque.
With the arrival of the warmer weather make the most of the longer days with this incredible class that takes play at Sky Garden. Watch the sunrise as you take part in a yoga class, that rewards you with amazing views and breakfast after.
Head to one of London's best kept secrets as Icon Bar and Terrace join forces with Laurent-Perrier for the summer. The rooftop bar and terrace will be pouring the Champagne, with the opportunity to try three glasses for £23.