January 2017 – January is one of the best months of the budget visit. January sales continue, so you can shop at some of the less-desirable shopping spots in London. In addition, many hotels offer discounts at this time of year.
London events are quieter than usual on January, so this is a good time to enjoy and walk around the quiet museum and avoid queues at popular places. And, do not forget, many attractions in London are free.
January 2017 is a cool month so be sure to wrap a comfortable exit while exploring the streets of London. Take a break in one of the London’s cozy pubs, or enjoy a hot drink with views of the warm rooftop terrace for the winter.
The New Year’s Day Parade of London ended this year for a beautiful start. Join thousands of spectacular and cheer on brass bands of marching, colorful shows and sophisticated buoys as they march across town on New Year’s Day.
If you still feel the celebration, some seasonal and Christmas activities continue in January. Many ice rinks in space while in London are still open early in the month, while the Winter Festival at South Bank Center and Hogwarts in the snow welcome visitors until the end of January.
Explore and buy contemporary British art at the London Art Gallery, which features performances from over 100 exhibits.
Celebrate Burns night in London with Haggis and taties, hugging, dancing and lots of whiskey, on the anniversary of the Scottish poet. The glorious Chinese New Year celebrations in London, including colorful processions, free events and spectacular fireworks performances, will be held annually in January or February.
Celebrations in central London are likely to take place on this date. For more things to do in January in London, see the calendar events for what are January 2017 events in London.