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Things to do in London today

Find the latest advice on things to do today in London.
A woman and man stand next to their bicycles, wearing cycling helmets, as they look into a local shop in Crystal Palace.
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Many London events are starting to take place again across the city. However, some major events may still be cancelled, postponed or moved online due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Venues and attractions have also reopened with special safety measures in place, such as pre-booking, social distancing and reduced capacity. Check what's open in London.

Things to do today in London

If you're in London, it's the perfect time to responsibly rediscover the city. Walk or cycle to reopened attractions, revisit your favourite galleries and museums and pop into that shop, pub or restaurant that you've always been meaning to try.

Remember to act responsibly and follow the latest guidelines when out and about – and make sure to share your experiences using #BecauseImALondoner on social media!

Fun London things to do from home

If you're not in London, we’re missing you, but we’ll see you soon!

In the meantime, check out our Virtually London guide for fun things to do each day from home: learn something new with online classes, work up a sweat with fitness classes or test out some moves during dance tutorials. You can also get your culture fix from your couch with virtual art exhibitions and online museum exhibitions, online theatre shows and live streamed gigs and music festivals.

Keep an eye on the capital's landmarks with these webcams and even turn your Zoom background into a London icon!

Plan your visit

Make the most of what’s on in London with these top things to do each month, and take a look at our London events calendar for unmissable events throughout the year.

Once you're in London, find "what's on today near me" easily by downloading the Visit London app, which is full of inspiration for your stay in the capital.