Family-friendly things to do this Spring in LondonApr 07 2023
London is a fantastic destination for a family during the Spring holidays and for all those mums and dads living in the Capital. With plenty of fun and exciting things to do, the city has something to offer for everyone. Whether you’re interested in history, culture, or outdoor activities, London is the perfect place to create memories with your family this Easter.
Here are the family-friendliest activities to do this Spring in London.
Exhibition review: ‘A Great and Dirty City – Dickens and the London Fog’ at Charles Dickens’ museumApr 06 2023
What is a London Fog? It is a hot tea drink made with earl grey black tea and vanilla, it is also an established fashion brand symbol of the classic trench coat, but mainly the infamous natural mist surrounding Victorian London’s skies, what was called ‘pea-souper’, a thick smog that could last for days. London’s troubles with smog persisted right through the 1800s — the very term ‘smog’ was coined by an oxygen-starved Londoner in 1905.
The Charles Dickens Museum in London has created a family trail to accompany new exhibition A Great and Dirty City: Dickens and the London Fog – open until 22nd October 2023. The trail is designed to engage younger visitors and inspire them to learn more about the impact of the London fog on Dickens’s writing.
Kew Gardens’ exhibition: All the Flowers Are for MeApr 06 2023
Kew Gardens‘ new exhibition, All the Flowers Are for Me, features two striking sculptural works by Anila Quayyum Agha, an award-winning Pakistani-American artist. The exhibition marks the UK premiere of these works, which explore themes of cultural connectedness, peaceful coexistence, and the evolution of botanical art. The two sculptures, All the Flowers Are for Me and Stolen Moment Bouquet I and II, are immersive and thought-provoking, offering visitors a unique and memorable experience.
8 Must-visit sights in Luxor, EgyptApr 05 2023
There’s plenty to choose from when visiting Luxor, a city easily accessible by the convenient Luxor airport shuttle.
Across from either side of the Nile River offers amazing and breathtaking views of this open-air museum. The West Bank of Luxor is where the Egyptians buried the dead, chosen because the sun sets on this bank. The area gradually became known as the necropolis, the area filled with mortuary temples and tombs.
With so much to do, narrowing down the must-sees in the short time you likely have is hard. Here are 8 of the absolutely essential sights to visit in Luxor.
The ultimate guide to brow liftsApr 05 2023
Brow lifts, often known as forehead lifts or eyebrow rejuvenation, are rapidly becoming a popular cosmetic procedure amongst both men and women. The primary aim of this procedure is to reverse the visual effects of ageing by lifting sagging brows and minimising forehead lines and wrinkles, resulting in a more youthful and refreshed appearance. In this comprehensive guide, we take an in-depth look at the brow lift procedure, including its benefits, the various techniques available, and some essential facts you need to know before embarking on your brow lift journey.
Attraction review: Frameless – Art with no boundariesApr 05 2023
London has always been a hub of cultural and artistic experiences, but in recent years, a new trend has emerged that is taking immersive entertainment to the next level. One such experience is Frameless, London’s first permanent digital immersive art’s experience, which offers visitors the chance to step inside a world of paintings and mind-bending illusions.
Located in the heart of the British Capital (a short walk from Marble Arch), Frameless has been designed using cutting-edge interactive projection technology to provide an interactive experience of art that is suitable for all the family. Here you don’t simply look at paintings. You’re inside them, with every brush stroke, every splash of colour, every moment of inspiration.