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If you’re looking to spend
quality time with your spouse on a budget, then London in the month of February
is where you should be. With chilly weather, a jam-packed schedule of events,
and a little bit of romance stepping in, February is a month, many Londoners
look forward to.
With so much going on, you can
get a little overwhelmed but trust us, it is all worth it! So, here’s what all
you can do in London in February:
Visit the Canary Wharf Ice Rink
The festive does not leave London soon. If you’re missing the Christmassy vibe and a bit of the holiday season, visit the Canary Wharf Ice Rink. This rink stays the longest in London while the others have mostly thawed away. Bring in your kids and/or your partner to enjoy the last winter spin. Ice Rink is an adventurous sport in winter and mostly entertained by the couples in February month. Also, couples are booking budget hotels in Kensington to save a lot of money in accommodation.
Indulge in Live Drama Performances
London is the hub of live drama performances and theatre plays. Theatres like Her Majesty’s, Novello, Cambridge, and the Harold Pinter hold some of the best performances. The classic plays include The Phantom of Opera, Matilda, Mamma Mia!. Acted out by professionals, these plays are a treat to watch!
Witness Van Gogh’s Masterpieces
Van Gogh’s Immersive Art Experiences comes to London in the month of February. This floor-to-ceiling projections of beautiful sunflowers, starry nights, and the self-portraitswill put you in awe.
Kew Gardens Orchid Festival
The Kew Gardens has an annual
display of Orchids and a ton of other flora every year. This flower festival
begins from February and runs through March, right till the beginning of
Spring. Escape from the dreary cold winds and admire the incredible display of
blooming orchids and flowers.
The Snowy Hogwarts Experience
Hogwarts in winters is a must visit! The nostalgia hits greatly when you visit the sites you’ve always seen in movies or theatres. Visit the Warner Bros Studio in London and witness the great Harry Potter Hall lined with Christmas trees, long tables with the iconic red table runners long with classic Christmas delicacies and puddings. And if you’re lucky enough or make it on time, you’ll even see a Yule Ball filled with snow and an orchestra that uses magical instruments.
London Fashion Week
Counted as one of the four major fashion weeks, the London Fashion Week, displays an immersive experience of catwalks and display of luxurious clothing lines. As the tradition goes, this fashion week calls in all the junior designers and allows them to showcase their creativity and art work.
Get your hands on the tickets a
month before, because these get sold by the speed of light!
Valentine Day’s in London
The romantic capital of UK, London will never disappoint when it comes to Valentines day’s entertainment. There are a ton of things that you can do in London, such as heading out for a game at the Clay Shooting Spot, meal out at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane or have a romantic stroll around the Hyde Park. Londoners often book a stay in Park City Grand Plaza Kensington due to its accessibility to most of these places in London and save money on travelling.