From interactive Harry Potter tours to spooky ghost hunts, this series of cool walking events is one of the best ways to learn more about the city you're in. From London, to York and Edinburgh, they're some of the best events in the UK.
Best Events in the UK
You're hankering across the country, beau and chums in tow, but where to go and what to do? With such a wealth of stunning cities, and events at that, it's no wonder that there's so much to do. From stunning cinema events and heralded supper clubs, to dazzling circus shows and secret affairs, there's no stopping us on the discovery of some of the best events that the UK has to boast. Check out our recommendations for some of the best events in the UK and have yourself a rollick across the country.
Located just off the M25, Squerryes Winery is one of the best places in Kent. Not only can you sip on some of the finest wine in the country, but you can also soak up wine tastings and vineyard tours each and every month.
Enter the Upside Down House, a unique, family-friendly attraction that lets you walk on the ceiling and experience life the other way around. Popping up across the country, head down for the ultimate twisted photo op.
This evening celebrates the former prime minister Winston Churchill with Phil Reed OBE giving talks on the historical impact Churchill had on Britain at his birthplace, Blenheim Palace. The evening will include canapes, drinks and a three-course dinner.
These guys have captured the pure essence of Red Hot Chilli Peppers, and they're bringing their live show to Waverley. Head on over to catch them live and sing Californication at the top of your lungs, it's sure to be an unmissable rock experience.
Make the most of the long weekend with a family-friendly day out in Leatherhead as The Bear Oxshott invites you to check out the petting zoo, get your little chicks' faces painted and listen to live music with Jazzy Sundays.
Catch singer-songwriter woodsalt. as he finally launches his debut EP in Faversham this July. Having been inspired by the likes of Bon Iver, Simon & Garfunkle and Jim Croce, the record has been 10 years in the making and will showcase one of Kent's finest rising talents.
Head to Clevedon Community Centre this May where you'll be transported all the way back to the 1940s. Think victory curled ladies and uniformed soldiers, with a live swing band and old school classics to keep you dancing all night long.
Lullingstone Castle plays host to two days of delicious eats this June as The Food Fest comes to town with a cracking selection of vendors and food experiences from posh fish & chips to a kid's food fight.
Whether you're looking for a quirky cookery class, unique date idea or rainy day activity, these YO! Sushi masterclasses may be just the thing for you. Learn the art of rolling the perfect maki, gunkan and nigiri over two hours, and you'll be sure to impress any future dinner guests.
Birmingham may be known for plenty, but there's one street food event putting it more than on the map, it's invading palates too. If you're heading up to the city and looking for a truly fun filled Friday on the tiles, why not head to the Digbeth Dining Club where street food, DJ antics, pocket friendly cocktails and a truly buzzing enviroment come as standard?
From knife skills to carving meat, Milestone are bringing you some of the best cooking classes and kitchen skill events in the UK. Join them for a unique roster of events and opportunitues.
Bringing nothing but Bruce Springsteen bangers to the UK's biggest cities, Hungry Heart is paying homage to The Boss in the only way it knows how - loudly and with too much enthusiasm.
Head to Cinnabar in Hertford this May where the latest WLG will be taking over for a bottomless brunch and after party that brings you some free-flowing fizz, tasty food and excellent tunes from 3pm until the early hours.
Comedian Simon Caine is off across the country and he's bringing with him a bag of hilarious jokes and existential angst. Stopping off in London, Brighton, Norwich and beyond, don't miss out on the chance to see one of UK comedy's rising stars.
With adventures to be had across the country, The Great Game is a brilliant way to get to know a new place. The concept includes a downloadable pack that will show you different sites, teach you know facts, and most importantly, finish at the pub.
Berkshire's Dundas Arms know their gin and they're proving that in no uncertain terms this summer as they bring you two days of sipping and riverside schmoozing at their For The Love of Gin Festival this June.
Run by local creatives an d small businesses, Mac and Wild Falls of Shin are bringing together people form all walks of life with wild outdoor cooking classes, foraging, yoga, children's classes and plenty more for all to enjoy across the country.
Located in the heart of Leicester, Tonne invites you to tuck into mouthwatering wood-fired pizzas and craft beers at this pop-up party. If you're looking for something a little different to do come Sunday, head to St Martins Walk for the ultimate pizza party.
Looking for something a little different in Essex? Head to FABfest, where Fable Brewery is putting on a weekend dedicated to beer. That means 3 sessions, a handful of craft brewery bars from across the country and quality vegan dishes to chow down on.
Explore Bealim House and Newcastle Distillery at this unique gin experience. You'll get to explore the distillery and learn all about how gin is created while sipping along at this event, perfect for a quirky date or birthday activity.
It's time to head up north for a dose of something truly special, and pretty darn fun. One of the best events in Glasgow and a cracking romp for anyone looking to pair a pint with some more unique acts, join two of the best drag acts in Glasgow for a night of number calling, Bingo blotting and misbehaving at the Hillhead Bookclub.