The days can still be rather short, but there are a lot of activities and things to see, and towards the end of the month, the clocks change.
There are numerous free museums in London that are open every day of the year. One such institution is the British Museum. The National Gallery of Art in addition to the Victoria & Albert Museum. Yet, London is home to a plethora of paid and free exhibitions, many of which are considered to be of international significance.
Even if the temperature may still be a little on the cool side, this time of year in London’s parks is really gorgeous. You can walk in Regent’s Park, Hyde Park or at Greenwich Park.
Participate in celebrations and activities — London has a number of celebrations and events during the month of March, including the St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
The theatres in London’s West End never close, and audiences can choose from a variety of comedy and musicals.
These are just some of the many activities and events that will be taking place in London throughout the month of March. To prepare for the unpredictability of the weather in the city, make sure to pack clothes that is suitable for a variety of conditions.
What to do in London in March, some ideas
Donatello at the V&A; a new major exhibition
Queer photography exhibition at the Photographers Gallery
Beatrix Potter exhibition at the V&A
Tickets for the musical Frozen in London, only until October!
Cherry blossoms in London, where to see them
Van Gogh virtual reality exhibition tickets
Tickets for The Unfriend at the Criterion Theatre from £12
David Hockney: Bigger & Closer (not smaller & further away)
Free photo exhibition on James Bond films
Tickets for the London Festival of Railway Modelling 2023
New post-impressionist exhibition at the National Gallery
Exhibition of art by black artists from the south at the Royal Academy
Louise Bourgeois exhibition at Southbank
Korean pop culture exhibition at the V&A in London
Easter with Peter Rabbit in Covent Garden, tickets here
Exhibition on Executions at the Museum of London Docklands
Major exhibition on science fiction at the Science Museum in London
Tickets for the Back to the Future exhibition in London
There are still tickets for Ed Sheeran concerts next week
Zadie Xa: House Gods, Animal Guides and Five Ways 2 Forgiveness at the Whitechapel Gallery
Orchid Festival at Kew Gardens
Important exhibition on Knossos at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford
Free exhibition of photographs by Sebastiao Salgado
Free exhibition on Hans Arnold Rothholz at the Barbican
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