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Gravity's Guide

The ULTIMATE Guide to London this July!

London in July is full of fantastic activities and experiences. When summer comes, the city transforms with new and beautiful colors.

DON'T MISS

RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival
Immerse yourself in vibrant summer blooms at the largest annual flower show in the world.
Tickets: £35.85 to £45.85
Dates: 2 Jul–7 Jul

Head to the British Library for Beyond the Bassline
Hear from trailblazers of Black British music at the exhibition’s associated performances, talks, soundscapes, artworks, and films by artists and collectives across the UK.
Tickets: £10 to £15
Pay What You Can days: First Wednesday of every month (minimum £1)
Dates: Until 28 Aug

Eel Pie Island Artists Summer Open Studios
Visit the unique Eel Pie Island, usually off-limits to the public, during the Open Studios event.
No entry fee, no booking required
Dates: 6 Jul–7 Jul 2024

Kaleidoscope Festival
Enjoy performances by Ministry of Sound Classical, Soul II Soul, and Mr Scruff.
Tickets: From £70
Date: 13 Jul

 

THINGS THAT YOU CAN ALWAYS DO

Travel just outside of London for a private full-day tour of Windsor, Eton, and Stonehenge

Visit Windsor Castle, Eton town, and the ancient site of Stonehenge in the luxury of a private car with a tour guide.
Tickets: Starting from £333.17
Various dates

Soak up the sun as you explore Kew Gardens

Immerse yourself in nature as you wander through themed gardens and see exotic flowers and giant lily pads.
Tickets: Around £22
Various dates

Picnics in the Park
July is perfect for outdoor activities, and London’s parks are ideal for a picnic.
Here are some of the best parks in London:

  • Richmond Park: The largest Site of Special Scientific Interest and a National Nature Reserve.
  • Brockwell Park: A large park with ponds, trees, an 'Old English' flower garden, and open meadows.
  • Hyde Park: Known for historic events and vibrant gatherings.
  • Regent's Park: One of London's most popular open spaces, covering 410 acres.
  • Primrose Hill: Famous for its beautiful views, located on the northern side of Regent’s Park.
  • Chelsea Physic Garden: A historic garden with various plants and flowers

 

THEATRE SHOWS IN LONDON IN JULY 

Stranger Things: The First Shadow
Follow the untold story of Jim, Bob, Joyce, and Henry Creel.
Tickets: Around £30                                                                                                                                                                                  Various dates

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Catch The Secret Garden and Fiddler On The Roof in a stunning open-air setting.
Tickets: Around £19                                                                                                                                                                                     Various dates       

Sister Act The Musical at the Dominion Theatre
Enjoy a night of laughter and music with Beverley Knight and Alexandra Burke.
Tickets: £25 to £31, depending on the date
Dates: Until 31 Aug

 

 

 3 COOL BEER GARDENS IN LONDON

Duke of Edinburgh
A popular Brixton pub with an enormous beer garden and a jungle-themed mini-golf course.
Open: Sun-Thur: 12 noon-12 midnight, Fri-Sat: 12 noon-2 am

People's Park Tavern
One of the largest beer gardens in London, featuring a greenhouse, BBQ kitchen, pop-up cocktail bar, and tap wall.
Open: Noon-midnight Sun-Thur, noon-1 am Fri, noon-2 am Sat

Albion
It is a tranquil spot away from traffic noise, with wooden tables, trees, and colorful flowers in its walled beer garden.
Open: 10 am-11 pm Mon-Fri, 11 am-11 pm Sat, 11 am-10.30 pm Sun

 

 

LONDON EXHIBITIONS IN JULY

Royal Academy of Art's Annual Summer Exhibition
Explore over 1,700 works of art by famous artists and members of the public.
Tickets: £22-24.50
Dates: 18 June - 18 August 2024

Princess Diana: Accredited Access
Discover intimate and iconic moments from Diana's life in this photography exhibition.
Tickets: Around £17
Dates: Until 2 Sep

Expressionists: Kandinsky, Münter and The Blue Rider at Tate Modern
View works from a close circle of early 20th-century artists.                                                                                                                          Tickets: free for members
Dates: Until 20 Oct

Yoko Ono at Tate Modern
Experience the powerful work of Yoko Ono, a leading activist and artist.
Tickets: Around £22
Dates: Until 1 Sep

Degas and Miss La La at the National Gallery
See unique artworks yet to be seen by the public.
Tickets: Free if booked in advance
Dates: Until 1 Sep

Japan: Myths to Manga at the Young V&A
Explore Japan’s landscape and folklore through art, technology, and design.
Tickets: £10
Dates: Until 8 Sep

A World in Common: Contemporary African Photography at Tate Modern
Discover dreamlike utopias and bustling cityscapes from African artists' perspectives.
Tickets: free for members
Dates: 6 Jul–14 Jan

Sargent and Fashion at Tate Britain
Get up close with striking portrait paintings by John Singer Sargent.
Tickets: Around £22
Dates: Until 7 Jul

PULSE: Beyond Delight
Experience Seoul’s mythical and ultra-modern cityscapes through 13 immersive zones.
Tickets: Around £15
Dates: Until 18 Aug