As life slowly returns back to normal, we are trying (to bit by bit) add a slice of normality into our everyday lives. With more things re-opening, planning where to go and what to do may seem overwhelming. Don't worry,
we've got it covered, from every angle:
Fancy a bit of al fresco shopping? Selfridges have opened its doors to Edwards mews at the rear of its Flagship store. Selfridges Market at the Mews will be open every Saturday and Sunday 11am-6pm. You will be able to find delicious food & drinks, homeware, flowers and plants. They will even be an exciting new pop-up every weekend.
You can find out more here
Missing a Saturday stroll around an art gallery? The Andy Warhol exhibition at the Tate Modern is a must see and available to visit until 15 November. If you prefer a bit of photography, then a visit to the Barbican is a must: Masculinities Liberation through Photography, remember to book tickets in advance for both!
Pay a visit the summer pop-up Elliot's Ell Fresco at Borough Market; slow fermented sourdough Pizzas and natural wines are on the menu, so it’s got to be healthy, right? Make sure you book in advance.
Get your swimmers on and find a Lido! There are so many amazing Lidos in London, these are our favourites Brockwell Lido, Herne Hill; Hampstead Heath Ponds, Hampstead; Charlton Lido, Greenwich. Check out their term/booking conditions before you make the trip out.
If you don't feel like getting IN the water, get ON the water by hiring a boat and seeing parts of London from a whole new point of view! Take a picnic and go at your own pace, what could be better! Find out more information on the GoBoat website.
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