Summer Bank Holiday 2020: Best Things To Do

How are you going to spend the summer Bank Holiday 2020 on the 31st August?

Despite the Covid-19 emergency, there are many lovely safe things to do for a nice summer Bank Holiday 2020 in London.

Obviously you have to expect a number of safety measures in place, all crucial to enjoy your day and stay safe.

You can choose some fantastic outdoor activities to discover new places in London, do different experiences or enjoy some online events.

Let’s see some of the best options!

Outdoor cinema. Have you ever watched a movie on a rooftop? This can be the right time to try this new experience!

For example, you can choose one of the venues of Luna Cinema to enjoy a movie under the stars.

Alternatively The Drive In is just amazing: a totally contact-free cinema where you watch great movies in your car!

The llluminated River. If you fancy a good walk through London, this nocturnal exhibition is perfect for you.

The most impressive LED technology transforms some of the main bridges over the Thames, a must-see!

Notting Hill Carnival. Due to Coronavirus, the event has been cancelled: however, celebrations will take place online!

So you can still enjoy some carnival vibes from home, from your cosy sofa!

Online concerts. There are quite a lot of online music events to take part in: for example, check the Royal Albert Hall for exclusive performances!

Virtual tours. Are you passionate about art and history? You are really spoilt for choice then!

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Don’t miss the House of Parliament virtual tour, discover the Royal Museums Greenwich through videos and other online resources and enjoy Barbican’s Read, Watch and Listen!

On top of that, you can also enjoy some attraction just reopened, such as the Science Museum and the Sealife London Aquarium, perfect for a day out with your family!

Enjoy your Bank Holiday and stay safe!

 

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