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As the evenings get darker, fireworks light up the skies for Bonfire Night, London’s streets begin to sparkle with Christmas lights, and traditional pubs offer a cozy retreat. Today we will show you the top things to do in November in London! Curious? Keep scrolling and get inspired!
Natural History Museum’s stunning rink is open from October 26 and, as always, it’s set to be the most magical and romantic place to be with winter. A visit to the Museum’s Ice Rink is a must this festive season.
Radio X DJs Elis James and John Robins – who host one of funniest podcasts out there – unleash their vibe into the literary arena with their first book and this accompanying tour. They’ll be chatting, signing PCD’s books and probably playing a round of ‘Potato Potato’. From £23.50, you can attend this amazing show.
Every November, bonfires are lit on which effigies known as “guys” are burned, while the skies are filled with colorful fireworks. It’s also a time to enjoy traditional Bonfire Night food and drink, alongside music, funfairs and family activities.
Carnaby Street’s Queen-inspired lights are already aglow. Catch the switch-on parties on Oxford Street (Nov 6), Covent Garden (Nov 13) or Regent Street (Nov 15) – or wait until the end of November when everything should be safely lit up at once.
This November, the festive edition of the capital’s finest culinary celebration, Taste of London, will return to the stunning Grade 1 listed Victorian splendor of Tobacco Dock. Discover a world of Christmassy cuisines, where you can create your own tasting menu with signature dishes from some of London’s best restaurants.
Experience a dazzling extravaganza of concerts, events and performances across the city during the EFG London Jazz Festival. The festival will host 10 days of diverse performances, from headline concerts to intimate recitals.
Winter has arrived at Hogwarts. Glittering Christmas trees line the Great Hall and a replica festive feast including flaming Christmas puddings is laid out on the long tables; while the top section of the hall is transformed for the Yule Ball with snow, icicles and an orchestra of magical instruments.
Get into the Christmas spirit as Winter Wonderland returns to London’s Hyde Park. This free-to-enter family event features a host of festive fun and activities, including Winter Wonderland ice skating, circus shows, an observation wheel, and a huge Christmas market.