Top 5 things to do in London this New Year

Is there a better place to see the New Year in than our wonderful capital? Whether you’re a fully-fledged Londoner or just visiting for the festivities, there’s something for everyone.

1. New Year’s Eve Fireworks

London is famous for its spectacular New Year’s Eve firework display, at the Coca-Cola London Eye. You can purchase tickets for the display here, you do not want to miss this event!

If you fancy seeing the fireworks in style, the New Year’s Eve cruises would be ideal for you! You get to view the magnificent display from the River Thames, where you can really feel the elemental excitement of the night. The cruises are some of the most popular events of the New Year calendar, don’t miss out, book your tickets here.

2. Dinner with a view at OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie

Start the New Year at the height of sophistication, after indulging at OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie. Guests can enjoy spectacular views of London’s famous skyline, whilst enjoying a glass of wine at the bar or tucking into the best seasonal food Britain has to offer. The perfect place to enjoy the new year with loved ones. Make sure you book a table to enjoy this culinary experience.

3. I Love the 80s vs 90s NYE Party at Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes, Basement of Tavistock Hotel

The most coveted 80s vs 90s party is taking over the ultimate retro venue, Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes. The perfect nostalgic event to take you into 2019, with top DJ’s playing the best 80s and 90s pop, guilty pleasures, hip-hop and more! Get your tickets for the event of the year here.

4. West End Show

Why not celebrate the New Year at one of the West End’s amazing productions? Whether it’s the family favourite Aladdin or hilariously provocative The Book of Mormon, there’s something for everyone. Make sure that you book your tickets here, New Year’s Eve won’t be quiet.

5. New Year’s Day Parade

If you’re feeling fresh after seeing the New Year in, why not visit London’s New Year’s Day Parade? The event runs from Piccadilly at 12pm and ends at Parliament Street.

More than 10,000 acrobats, marching bands and gigantic balloons, pass through the parade route, representing the London boroughs and different countries. The parade attracts around 600,000 spectators, and it is free! So why would you want to miss such a fantastic experience?

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Top 5 things to do in London this New Year

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