Although the weather may still be quite cold, the first signs of spring appear in March in London. It's a good month to visit the Kensington Palace gardens, Kew Gardens or any of London’s other top gardens, as seas of crocuses and daffodils bloom across the capital.
In 2018, Easter falls between the end of March and early April. Start your Easter Weekend with Good Friday events in March, and keep the kids busy with family-friendly activities during the bank holiday weekend.
Every year on Good Friday, you can also watch a spectacular full-scale re-enactment of The Passion of Jesus for free in Trafalgar Square.
Celebrate St Patrick's Day in London in March with a parade through Central London and a free festival in Trafalgar Square, showcasing the best of Irish culture, food, dancing and music. Many pubs and bars around the capital also host St Patrick's Day events; check out London's top Irish pubs for the best atmosphere.
For more parties and drinks, get involved in London Beer Week which takes place in March. Try new beers and sample old favourites, attend masterclasses, brewery tours and parties, and mingle with other cider, beer, ale and lager fans.
Treat your mum to a day out in London on Mother's Day, which is celebrated in March in the UK. There's plenty of things to do with mum in London, from afternoon teas and river cruises, to shopping and musicals.
Secure a good viewing spot along the Thames Championship Course this month to see rowing crews from around the world take on the river during Head of the River Race; followed by the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Races later in the month, which sees the UK's two most prestigious universities compete in the annual rowing races. Both events are free to watch.
WEATHER: For average seasonal temperatures and rainfall, see our London Weather page.
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