A visit to London, England anytime of the year is a wonderful experience. London will be offering a wide variety of events and exhibitions that shouldn’t be missed.
London offers a wide variety of accommodations for visitors. Two new hotels are scheduled for opening this year including The Beaumont Hotel and M by Montcalm. The Beaumont Hotel is the first created by famous restaurateurs Jeremy King and Chris Corbin.
The luxury M by Montcalm is a 200-room hotel is part of a 23-story tower London development. The new hotel was designed to blend which fuses large scale art, sculpture and architecture …. all in a futuristic looking tower.
One unique experience can be found at the Victoria & Albert Museum of Childhood. The exhibit is titled “Small Stories: At Home in a Dolls’ House.” it opens December 13 and takes visitors on a fascinating journey of the history of each home in addition to the dolls who lived there.
London is well known for incredible theater productions. Opening December 2 is “The Wind in the Willows” at the Vaudeville Theater. On December 6 is “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” at the Royal Opera House and on December 13 will be the opening of “The Little Match Girl” at Sadler’s Wells.
Learn about the First World War in the Air at the famous Royal Air Force Museum. Opening in December is a new exhibit in the museum’s historic Grahame-White Factory. See how fighter plane pilots, ground crews plus factory workers come together during World War I at the birthplace of aerial power.
Ring in the New year in style and enjoy the Mayor of London’s New Year’s Eve Fireworks Display. Located at the famous London Eye, as Big Ben “bongs” at midnight, the fun in the sky will start. It’s the UK’s largest annual fireworks display and continues to be a very popular event in London.
Theater lovers will also enjoy the opening of “Golem” which opens Dec 9 and runs through January 21, 2015. Golem follows the huge hit The Animals and Children took to the Streets. First premiered in 1927, Golem is one of the most anticipated new shows of 2014. Enjoy the play’s premise – what can happen when man and machines become almost interchangeable.