Things to Do in July in London 2016

July is the perfect time to explore London's outdoor attractions – and if you prefer more cultural activities there's plenty happening this month too.

July is usually one of the warmest months of the year in London. It's the perfect time to visit one of London's parks, enjoy an open-top bus tour or eat al fresco.

July Events

The world's greatest classical music event, the BBC Proms, presents daily concerts and recitals for eight weeks at the magnificent Royal Albert Hall.

If rock, pop or dance music is more your thing, head to one of London's music festivals in July. Many of these lively outdoor events place in parks, such as Lovebox in Victoria Park and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

The world's largest annual flower show, the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, attracts thousands of gardening fans to explore beautiful gardens and floral displays.

Buckingham Palace opens to the public every summer, giving visitors a chance to explore the lavishly furnished rooms and see special exhibitions with a royal theme.

It's also the chance to take to two wheels as the RideLondon festival of cycling comes to town. With shows, races and the UK's largest sportive to enjoy, there is plenty of cycling fun.

WEATHER: For average seasonal temperatures and rainfall, see our London Weather page.

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