Things to Do in London in January

London is among those cities in the world where celebrations never end. After a great grand Christmas celebration and new year party in the month of December; to most people January sounds relatively inert and passive. Lots of people may think about moving around and exploring the city in the usual tourist way. Or think about arranging parties, visiting museums, roaming around in shopping malls and art galleries or staying home and watching their favorite show.  Well, here we have quite as many  things for you to do in London and enjoy your time with your family and friends in the month of January.

Instructions

  • 1

    The New Year Parade is the most exciting thing to start the first month of new year in  London. People from any ethnic background watch the  New Year’s parade which starts from the green park station.


    Location: Green Park Station Piccadilly, London W1J 7BX view map
    Contact:
    +4420 8566 8586
    Visit London Parade Website

  • 2

    London International Boat Show is held every year in London. It is a great event which encompasses all aspects of boat and water sports.


    Location: Excel Exhibition center, London  View Map
    Visit Website of London Boat Show


  • 3

    London Art Fair has more than 100 galleries and a vast variety of photographic displays London art fair is there for you in the month of January.



    Location: Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, London N1 0QH  View Map
    Contact:+44 20 7359 3535 ‎
    Visit: London Art fair website

  • 4

    Twelfth night festival is an annual festival held outside Shakespeare globe. It is held to bid farewell to the past year that is gone and welcome the new year that has just started off.


    Location: Shakespeare Globe, London.  view map
    Contact:
    +44780 325 1936
    Visit Twelfth night website

  • 5

    London January Sales start from end of December and continues all around the month of January. There is sale in many a shopping centres in London. Enjoy shopping and have fun.Some shopping centres you may visit are


    a) Selfrdiges
    Location:
    400 Oxford Street, London W1A 1AB, United Kingdom View Map
    Contact:
    +44 800 123400 ‎
    Visit Website of Selfridges


    b) Harrods
    Location:
    87-135 Brompton Road, London SW1X 7XL, United Kingdom View Map
    Contact
    : +4420 7730 1234 ‎
    Visit Website Of Harrods

    c) WestField

    Location:4006, London, W12 7GF View Map
    Contact: +4420 3371 2300
    Visit Website of Westfield


  • 6

    London International Mime Festival is arranged in London every winter in January. It attracts lots of  people and is a must-visit thing . Make a visit to the festival and enjoy the interesting activities of mime.


    London International Mime Festival
    Location:
    Joseph Seelig and Helen Lannaghan, 35 Little Russell Street, London WC1A 2HH View Map
    Contact: 4420 7637 5661
    Visit London International Mime Festival Website

  • 7

    Chinese New year day is a fabulous festival with an exciting parade held every year in London. Making of a giant dragon, a flag-making workshop and  a workshop on tea cups and tea-pots makes this event much lively.

  • 8

    London Ice sculpting festival is a really magnificent event held every year in London in Canary wharf. Ice sculptors from around the world create and exhibit their craft and amaze lots of people.


    Location:Montgomery Square + Canada Square Park,Canary Wharf,  London. E14 5AX View Map
    Visit London Ice Sculpting Festival website

  • 9

    Fabelist Imprint Festival is an international arts festival held in London where performers narrate stories.



    Location: The Serpentine Gallery’s Centre for Possible Studies, 21 Gloucester Place
London W1U 8HR View Map
    Visit Website of Fabelist

  • 10

    Commemoration of King Charles the martyr is held every year in January by The Society of King Charles The Martyr. Participate in the event and get to know the exhibition that describes an event in history. 


    Location:Banquet Hall, White hall, London.View Map
    Visit Society Of King Charles the Martyr Website

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