As days begin to stretch and the cold weather finally subsides, spring has, at last, arrived to our cities and Easter is just around the corner. Whether you hope to watch the flowers bloom across Kensington Gardens, hunt for Easter eggs in Liverpool or simply bask in the fine weather after a particularly hard British winter, treat yourself to a well-deserved stay in one of our stunning neighbourhoods.
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This Spring, London's Natural History Museum is set to welcome the Jurassic period's largest dinosaur, the Titanosaur...
London's legendary operatic festival celebrating the works of George Handel returns for its 45th year of opera, orchestras and modern reimaginings.
This season the National Gallery is set to draw back the curtain on the history and iconic pieces that shaped the impressionist era.
Peter Rabbit and his assortment of beloved companions arrive to Covent Garden for a one-of-a-kind live show, just in time for Easter!
After an indulgent Easter Weekend, how better to burn off the chocolate than partaking in Regents' Park Easter 10K, fun-run or children's race?
Join Lindt and Hampton Court Palace for their terrific Easter gold bunny hunt this spring, with a series of tasty treats hidden throughout their scenic grounds.
Join families in Norris Park for their early Easter egg hunt in Mr McGreggor's Garden, featuring a series of activities based on Peter Rabbit.
Explore Liverpool's stunning views and historical moments with Sudbury House's collection of our city's best paintings throughout history.
Oktoberfest arrives early in Liverpool this year with Bombed Out Church's very own Beer Festival this March!
The Grand National is set to return to Liverpool this April! Why not dust off your best hat and finery and watch the races unfold up close?
Celebrate Eurovision's arrival to Liverpool in style with The National Lottery's Big Eurovision Welcome at St George's Hall.
Get your blood pumping this Easter holidays, with Liverpool's very own indoor funfair at the Exhibition Centre for a limited time.
Partake in one of the UK's most beloved traditions, the fearsome boat race between rival universities Cambridge and Oxford.
Take in the best and the brightest of LGBTQIA+ cinema this spring, with the 2023 BFI Flare Festival, on London's South Bank.
Celebrate The Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2022 and how we may best protect our planet and reduce harm by humans.
This winter, discover a wealth of art, theatre and comedy at the subterranean Vault festival located on the south bank.
Go behind the front line with the Imperial War Museum's heartbreaking exhibition showing the reality of the war in Ukraine.
Witness nationally renowned organist Ian Tracey rehearsing on the organ in Liverpool's Iconic St George's Hall.
Celebrate the 2022 Turner Prize-winning artists for a limited time at The Tate Liverpool.
Immerse yourself in Africa Fashion at the Victoria and Albert Museum: Explore the impact of African Fashion as you admire textiles, photographs, visual arts and more.
The Beatles Story will transport you back to the 1960s for an immersive trip through music history!
Go on a fascinating journey through many little-known aspects of the Titanic disaster and explore Liverpool's central role in the Titanic story at Merseyside Maritime Museum. Told from perspectives of key personalities in the drama, it gives a unique insight into events surrounding the launch, voyage, sinking and its aftermath.
Hallyu! The Korean Wave at The V&A will showcase the colourful and dynamic popular culture of South Korea, exploring the makings of the Korean Wave and its global impact on the creative industries of cinema, drama, music, fandom, beauty and fashion.
Explore JMW Turner with Lamin Fofana at Tate Liverpool. Although creating work centuries apart, both artists convey the power and politics of the ocean and explore its relationship to capitalism and colonialism.