February 2019 In London
It’s fresh, crisp and still quite quiet at this time of year in London, which means it is the perfect time to make the most of the free attractions, with plenty of energy left for some special events. Here’s what to do in February 2019 in London!
Join in the Chinese New Year Celebrations on February 10th
The Lunar New Year, which takes place on 05th February 2019, is celebrated in full the following weekend on 10th February 2019. Head to The West End and China Town to see the colourful parade, and Trafalgar Square for performances and themed entertainment throughout the day.
Celebrate the colour of the Columbia Orchid Exhibition from February 09th
Kew Gardens is here to bring a bit of outdoors in and add a pop of colour to the last of the winter months. This annual festival of orchids is held in the Prince of Wales Conservatory and this year pays homage to Columbia, which has 4,270 species of orchid!
Get romantic for Valentine’s Day on February 14th
As well as indulging in a delicious meal at The Westbridge Hotel offering 2 for 1 on all Starters, Mains and Desserts, Offer Valid 11/02/19-17/02/19. There is plenty to see and do in London that is awash with romance! Why not head to the Whispering Gallery in St Paul’s Cathedral to declare your love, take a star-lit boat tour along the River Thames, or visit one of London’s many delectable chocolate shops.
Style it up at London Fashion Week Festival Feb 15th – 19th
This is the only event of its kind that recreates life inside the fashion world for the public. Four days of catwalk action, designer shopping and industry talks as part of London Fashion Week, plus access to the hospitality lounge.
Experience some culture in the capital – for free!
If you feel like taking in some culture in the capital during February, head to any of the wonderful museums in London. Entry is generally free and there is usually a choice of paid-entry exhibits that are well worth investing time in. Top of your museums’ list to visit in London are: The British Museum, The V&A, The Science Museum, The Natural History Museum and The National Maritime Museum. Find out why here.