It’s the last one we will have before Christmas so make the most of it! With the sun set to shine on this three-day weekend, we have found a whole host of ways you could spend it, whether that be time spent dancing, watching films, indulging in food and drink or a going on a long walk. Here are some ideas on how to spend it.
Wimbledon Park Food and Festival
Nearest Tube: Wimbledon Park
Opening Hours: Saturday 10am-7pm, Sunday 10am-8pm and Monday 10am-5pm
Head over to Wimbledon Park and graze your way through all the delightful food and drink that is on offer. This annual event is returning with a spectacular 50 stalls and is a firm favourite for many. Have yourself a fun-filled day out with family and friends and make sure you head over to the Festival Kitchen and see MasterChef Champions, Kenny Tut and Dhruv Baker.
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Morden Park House 90s Outdoor Cinema
Morden Park House, London Road, Morden, SM4 5QU
Nearest Tube: Morden
Opening hours: Monday 26th August 10.30am-12.30am
If you want to put your feet up this Bank Holiday then grab yourself a blanket, some popcorn and settle down for some 90s classics. On Monday 26th of August in Morden Park, this outdoor cinema will bring the nostalgia and allow you to watch all your favourite scenes and even quote those iconic lines. Taking you from day to night, these films means you won’t need to move.
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Covent Garden Cool Down
Nearest Tube: Covent Garden
Opening Hours: Thursday 22nd August – Monday 26th August 12-8pm
The perfect accompaniment to the sun is definitely ice-cream, so it is highly recommended you head over to Covent Garden Cool Down this Bank Holiday and join in their five day festival. Enjoy iced macaroons, signature Avo soft-serve and even bespoke Ice-Tail cocktails from Dirty Martini. There is something for everyone to try!
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The Royal Botanic Kew Gardens
Nearest tube: Kew Gardens
Opening Hours: 10am-7pm (Last entry 6pm)
And finally, if you want a relaxing Bank Holiday, why not take a walk through Kew Gardens. With a range of botanical collections to see and many different paths to follow you might even stumble across the Alice in Wonderland performance. Just make sure you don’t fall down the rabbit hole.
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