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Curtain Up: A 72-Hour Theater Adventure in London

By Matthew Wexler | Jan 27
Book a flight and "hop the pond" to London, which EDGE named as one of the must-visit destinations of 2020. Three full days will enable you to hit major sites around town and get an insider's look at the theatrical traditions dating back to Shakespeare.

Can London's Iconic Phoneboxes Survive?

Can London's Iconic Phoneboxes Survive?

Dec 1
BBC Travel heads to London to take an insider's look at one of the city's most iconic landmarks. But will they survive changing times?

London Literary Pub Tour Brings Writers and Writing Home

By Russell Contreras | Sep 5
"The London Literary Pub Crawl ," a popular tour that takes tourists to the favorite hangouts of legendary writers, allows literature fans to stand at the site where "A Clockwork Orange" author Anthony Burgess and his wife watched a gang destroy the Duke

Slumber Party: The Mandeville Hotel, London

By Matthew Wexler | Mar 12
Located in a quaint London neighborhood that might not be on your immediate radar, the Mandeville Hotel is cozy chic and just far enough off the beaten path that you'll be able to unwind in preparation for your holiday adventure.

Queer Britain: The National LGBTQ+ Museum Announces Opening

Mar 1
Queer Britain will be the UK's first LGBTQ+ museum, one of the most important museums to have launched in the UK, which will shine a light on to its communities' rich and complex history.

London Zoo Welcomes a New Kind of Visitor: Robotic Dinosaurs

Jul 20
London Zoo is welcoming a new star attraction this summer: robotic dinosaurs.

Slumber Party: A Swanky Stay at London's Milestone Hotel

By Andy Smith | Apr 25
If genius is in the details, the staff at London's Milestone Hotel (1 Kensington Court) may have cracked the code for turning a cozy venue into a five-star hotel.

Paris and London Announce Joint Business Plan

Mar 28
Paris and London, traditional rivals when it comes to attracting tourists and industry, have signed a business agreement to cooperate in attracting visitors and companies.

Travelers in Dismay as Latest Attack Puts London on Terror List

By Beth J. Harpaz | Mar 24
As yet another destination is hit by terror, travelers are sighing with dismay and thinking carefully about personal safety, even while saying the latest attack won't keep them home.

Transgender-Themed Art Exhibit Opens in London

By EDGE | Feb 22
London College of Communication (LCC) presents Ken. To be destroyed as part of its public program of events and exhibitions and explores transgender issues in the context of 1950s British marriage.

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