You spent New Years Eve in London and wondering what you can do on January 1st ?! Good news, you won't be bored! The activities are many and varied, such as going to sales, visiting Christmas markets, skating, visiting museums or even going to see a musical!
Discover the Christmas lights aboard a vintage bus
First of all, if you want to get a bird's-eye view of the Christmas lights without having to walk, enjoy the 60s routemaster rides. During this 1 hour 15 minute tour, you will see the Oxford Street lights in particular. , Regent Street, Harrods and more.
Information and reservation
New Year's Day Parade
The New Year's Day Parade brings together 85.000 performers including dancers, acrobats, musicians and majorettes parading from Piccadilly to Parliament Square.
This first (free) event of the year attracts thousands of visitors. To make sure you get the best view of the parade, arrive early in the morning or reserve your seats in the stands where you will have a seat.
Or ? departure at 12 p.m. from Piccadilly and arrival at 15:30 p.m. at Parliament Square.
Price: £ 37.50 to be in the grandstand. Ticket reservation only on the Ticketmaster website.
Exposition Body Worlds
Conceived by the German professor Gunther von Hagens, the Body Worlds exhibition aims to explain the mysteries and the transformations of the organism by relying on real human bodies.
This traveling exhibition presents a total of 200 bodies and organs kept intact thanks to plastination, a technique for preserving human bodies invented by Gunther von Hagens.
With over 45 million visitors, Body Worlds Vital is one of the most visited health exhibitions in the world. Often described as a "life changing experience", Body Worlds will give you a better understanding of the complexity of the human body.
Information and reservations at the British Tourist Office
When? Until October 1, 2020
Or ? London Pavilion at Piccadilly Circus
Price : 27 €