The days are warmer and the nights are lighter, the city is coming to life with events and activities.
Our events calendar will sure keep your social calendar fresh as a daisy. Take a look at some if our top picks to explore this Spring;
Museum of the Moon, Natural History Museum, Brompton: Luke Jerram’s six-metre glowing sculpture has Nasainspired detail. It’s lighting up the Natural History Museum for the fiftieth anniversary of Apollo 11. We have lift-off!
The Crystal Maze Live Experience: The Crystal Maze Live Experience proved so popular in its Angel location that the owners have moved it to an even bigger, mazier home at the London Trocadero. It has 32 brand-new challenges, more places to be locked in when you fail your task and a Maze Bar. - Start the fans please!
Chihuly at Kew: Reflections on nature, Kew Gardens: The stunning glass sculptures of Dale Chihuly (the man behind the giant blue-green chandelier in the V&A's entrance hall) find their natural counterpart in the botanical wonderland of Kew Gardens. The artworks will be located across the whole of Kew, giving Londoners the chance to explore the gardens at the same time as discovering these beautiful artworks.