If you’re wondering what you can and can’t do, don’t worry we are too. To help you enjoy your August a little more, we’ve included some places that you might like to visit and things you might like to do this month.
You can still enjoy the surprisingly warm weather this summer by visiting an-open air or drive-in cinema. This has become so popular since the lockdown rules have relaxed and are now all throughout the southern region. Grab your popcorn, snacks, and get booking to enjoy a socially distanced night out at the cinema.
MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES RE-OPENING THIS MONTH
If you’re struggling to entertain the kids over summer, you’ll be pleased to know that London’s popular museums and galleries are beginning to reopen with social distancing measures in place. Here’s a list of the reopening dates:
The natural history museum – Wednesday 5th August
The Victoria & Albert museum – Thursday 6th August
The science museum – Wednesday 19th August
Many of London’s main attractions have not planned to re-open just yet. However, we will be sure to update this page to let you know if anything changes.
Needed an excuse to eat out? Now’s your time! The new eat out to help out government scheme is allowing participating restaurants to offer 50% (maximum £10 per person) off your meal from Monday to Wednesday.
Enter your postcode here to see which local restaurants are participating:
CYCLE AROUND KEW GARDENS
Fancy cycling through the stunning scenic views of Kew gardens? They’re hosting a summer evening bike ride on August 13th so you can leisurely ride through the gardens, stop for a picnic and take in the beautiful aroma from the rose gardens.
Find out more and book now:
If you’ve been missing the live theatre throughout lockdown, you’ll be please to know that Regent’s Park open-air theatre is back to provide you with a live performance of Jesus Christ Superstar. So book your tickets now to enjoy an evening seated under the stars.
OPENING ROOFTOP BARS
What better way to enjoy a summer evening than sipping on a cocktail overlooking the sunset across London? Plus, outdoor spaces are deemed to be the safest places to socialise, so rooftop bars are more in demand than ever before. We’ve suggested some places you might like to visit.
Remember that most places are taking advanced bookings and are only offering table service, so get booking!
JIN BO LAW
Based in Finsbury square, you can enjoy a cocktail or two