Autumn in London
Cosy up in a pub, contemplate the changing seasons in the park and stock up on warm coats and jumpers in the city's trendy shops. Autumn brings out the best in London.
There's plenty of fun to be had even if it rains, from blockbuster exhibitions and exciting new theatre to Sunday roast and bottomless brunches. So what are you waiting for? Book a train + hotel package and enjoy an autumnal break in London.
The best things to do in autumn in London
London’s best-loved pubs
From old-school haunts to crowd pleasers, there’s a pub out there for every visit
Visit the Harry Potter Studio
Enjoy behind-the-scenes access to the magical world of Harry Potter at Warner Bros Studios, within 1 hour of London.
Shopping around Oxford Circus:
a survival guide
London’s most iconic shops can be found in this bustling stretch of the city centre. But even the most hardened fashionista needs an occasional break.
TATE MODERN GUIDE
See stars from Dada to Pop movements, ogle London’s panorama from the top floors and tour the geometric extension. See our guide to London's Tate Modern.
London’s best wine bars
Famous for its pubs, London’s also home to some world-class wine bars
London’s great outdoors
Pelicans and paddle-boats: London’s best parks
Where to stay
What's on in London this autumn?
Half Baked Halloween Party
Half Baked has cooked the most banging Halloween parties of the decade. This edition should be no exception, as they come back to haunt Studio 9294’s gritty warehouse, with the most terrific DJs.
100,000 steins of German beer and 25,000 bratwursts come to London! The city’s answer to the world’s oldest beer festival will be held across four weekends, including a special Halloween event.
Dark Arts at Warner Bros
Harry Potter sets get a spooky makeover in time for Halloween. Fledgling wizards can try wand-combat against Death Eaters, take a spooky walk down Diagon Alley and join the festivities under floating pumpkins in the Great Hall.
“Remember, remember, the fifth of November.” With London bursting with fireworks, how could one forget Guy Fawkes’ attempt to blow up the House of Lords in 1605? Ally Pally has a banging display.
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London city breaks
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