Although it’s still warm outside, the summer holidays are coming to an end, and there’s definitely a change in season on its way! That sadly means less sunbathing in our bikinis, but some super fun days out in London to get in the diary. Check out our top 10 things to do in London this September:
Enjoy the month-long Totally Thames celebration of London’s River Thames.
Admiring artworks, catching concerts in unusual spaces, and delving into the capital’s extraordinary history through the free exhibitions and walks, it’s running from 1st-30th September. You don’t want to miss it.
Catch the last of the BBC Proms 2022.
Experience one of the top music events in London, and the biggest classical music festival on Earth, with fun and affordable concerts at the Royal Albert Hall and across the city. Be quick, as last dates are 10th September!
Get inspired by the London Design Festival.
Follow these large-scale pop-up design projects around the city from 17-25th September as they address some of the biggest socio-environmental challenges we’re facing, such as the effect humans are having on the environment.
Visit the free and family-friendly Casa Brasil festival in Covent Garden.
Known for its topicality and culture, indulge in the richness of Brazil with multi-sensory and immersive experiences, and cultural activities and taste the real flavours of the largest country in South America from 24th Aug until 7th.
Passion for fashion? Discover limited-edition luxury designer items at amazing, discounted prices.
Browse the curated collection at the Mayfair Maison near Bond Street from the 23rd – 25th
Sing your heart out to London’s top musicals.
The capital city offers some of the best seats for entertaining musicals, comedies and plays. Check out what’s going on in the West End this month for an after work treat.
Take a tour at Buckingham Palace and step inside the country’s most famous family’s royal residence.
Check out a special Platinum Jubilee exhibition: The Queen’s Accession.
Super stadium tours for the football fanatics.
The football season is in full swing, so why not go behind the scenes of your favourite team’s ground.
Autumnal tones and colours are in full bloom at the picturesque Kew Gardens. A unique botanical garden in southwest London that houses the largest and most diverse collections in the world, it’s one you can’t miss this time of year, with affordable tickets from £15.
Enjoy the alfresco for a while longer with some of London’s trendiest outdoor cinemas. Grab some popcorn and sit under the stars on a warm September evening in the capital city. Check out the Adventure Cinema and the Barbican Outdoor Cinema for more.