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Top 20 Things To Do This Spring
Spring has finally sprung in London, so ditch those heavy winter jackets and opt for a lighter number, all before getting familiar with some of the city's most exciting goings-on. From sprawling beer gardens that soak up the sun to unique bottomless brunches and must-try food events, there's no shortage of things to do in London this spring, so we chose 20 of the best.
Our city's brunch scene just so happens to be one of the best in the world, and we don't want you to miss a single avo toast or poached egg this spring. From themed parties with live entertainment to boozy, bottomless affairs, here's where to get your fill and then some.
We Londoners really have conquered the sky, haven't we? No, we're not talking about aeroplanes - we're shining a light on the city's rooftop gardens. Across these various lofty legends, you'll find lush, verdant havens coming to life with trees, foliage and flowers.
One of the coolest places for alfresco drinking and dining is back this spring. Head over to Vauxhall Food & Beer Garden, where you'll find a roster of unmissable events, including rowdy weekend brunches and bonkers drag bingo showdowns.
Make the most of the warm weather this spring by nabbing yourself a ticket to one of Rooftop Film Club's events. What to expect at Roof East? Instagrammable views of London's skyline, delicious food, tasty drinks and a screening of a cracking movie.
Looking for fun things to do this spring in London? This event really packs a punch, showcasing five hours of musical theatre from some of the West End's biggest stars. Dance in your seat (and on the table) as you have an absolute ball at this stunning bottomless brunch experience.
Spice up your spring with a trip to Garage Brunch, which takes place at a top secret London location. Here, you'll guzzle one hour's worth of bottomless cocktails, accompanied by a two-course meal, before being treated to a full old skool rave from the best UKG artists.
Spring is upon us, and you know what that means? It's time for as many sunny brunches as you can possibly find. Head on over to Bar Elba and you'll get to sip handcrafted cocktails or glasses of fizz with tasty dishes and stunning views to pair.
Searching for something different in the city? Taking place at Sky Garden, the venue is hosting morning yoga classes - fab for those looking for a new activity to try. There will also be music-themed nights for stylish evenings filled with panoramic views.
Wondering what's on in London this spring? Chelsea Funhouse is putting on a load of fabulous experiences. Across several floors, Lollipop have created a wonderful world of weirdness, including bottomless unicorn brunches and a code-cracking cocktail session.
Located in the Kingsland Locke aparthotel, this East London brewpub features a kitchen, distillery and lineup of lip-smackingly good pints. So this spring, Kraft Dalston should be your go-to for refreshing beers and fusion dishes in a paradise of indoor foliage.
Our brilliant city has always been a fan of the unique, so it comes as no surprise that there's a bucketload of immersive experiences to get stuck into. From supper clubs that transport you to the Roaring Twenties to challenging escape rooms, you'll always find something new to try.
Greet the day like an old friend over at Sky Garden's morning yoga sessions. Taking place on the 36th floor, the class will see you enjoying a fitness class with London's stunning skyline as your backdrop. And once you're finished, you can enjoy pastries, coffee and smoothies.
If there's one thing that London does right, it's beer. And if you want to learn more about how it's made? Try one of these titillating tours of the city's best breweries, spanning micro-marvels, guided tastings and buzzing taprooms.
Make sure to check out Neverland's Little Kyoto, one of the best experiences in London this spring. Filled with blossoms, lanterns and a sake cocktail bar, the venue is showcasing a stunning space that's perfect for some seasonal Instagram shots.
Hop on the London Bar Bus for some first-class spring antics. Not only will you get to chill out in an Instagrammable rooftop bar with stunning views of the city, but you'll also get to sip on some of the tastiest bespoke bevvies. What are you waiting for?
What better way to enjoy a beautiful day than on a boat? Found on the River Lee, Barge East is the spring restaurant in London that offers a mega menu of culinary delights, as well as tasty bevs and awe-inspiring views. Nab yourself a table for romantic date nights and chilled-out drinks.
Doing it for the 'Gram? Big on beautiful interiors? Heart swells with happiness when you see bar design done right? Then make sure to check out Near & Far in Peckham, a tropical eye-pleaser that shakes up a top-notch selection of expertly crafted cocktails.
The Prince of Wales is the Brixton boozer renowned for incredible rooftop terrace. Hosting some of London's best spring events, the venue will be graced by the likes of Crazy P Soundsystem, Norman Jay MBE and Jazzie B for bashes that'll see you going 'til the early hours.
Spanning parks filled with desert cacti and monstera to conservatories dedicated to verdant foliage, our list of the best spring gardens in London has something for all you green-fingered folk. Think ponds, pergolas and sky-high rooftop spaces towering above the city.
Wisteria hysteria? It's a thing. From pretty pubs adorned with it to West London terraces in full bloom, these are the best places to visit in London this spring. If you're after photogenic backdrops with this flower, then you'll want to consult our guide on where to find it.