Plan a visit to amazing attractions, dine at your favourite pubs and restaurants, pick up new threads while out shopping, spend an evening at the theatre or dance until the early hours at a top nightclub. Find more things to do after lockdown!
What's open in London?
Culture and entertainment in London
Spend an evening in Theatreland as the curtain is raised for many of the West End's top shows. See new and returning musicals, classic comedy and innovative plays – just make sure to book ahead for the best seats.
Shopping in London
Food and drink
When visiting your favourite spots, remember that you may need to book a table in advance!
Outdoor things to do in London
Getting around the city
What's not open in London?
All venues across the capital are allowed to open, although some places may still remain closed. Some events may also be postponed or cancelled.
Coronavirus guidance for London
You must wear a face covering in most indoor settings. This includes shops, museums, galleries, theatres, hotels, cinemas and all public transport. The UK government also recommends wearing a face covering in crowded areas.
It is mandatory to wear a face covering across all Transport for London services and stations – you may be denied access to the travel network if you’re not wearing a face covering.
Make sure to check direct with the venue or event for information about opening hours, entry requirements, face coverings and special safety measures in place ahead of your visit.
Find all the the latest official UK coronavirus guidance.