An autumn’s day in London

Once the leaves begin to change and the temperature starts to drop, you can be sure that the  has set in.

This magical time of year is the perfect opportunity to get out and about with your family and friends and explore nature or any other attractions that take your fancy.

London is brimming with exciting places to see and things to do this season, so wrap up warm and spend a day visiting our capital’s beautiful sights and thrilling attractions.

Feeling tired from a day of fun and frolicking? Indulge in a heavenly night’s sleep in your bed at the Grand Royale London Hyde Park.

Get closer to nature with an autumnal walk :-

The gorgeous golden, orange and red hues of the leaves at this time of the year are the most appropriate excuse to venture outside and soak up nature and all it has to offer. Head to Hyde Park, where the 4,000 trees that occupy this space are likely to give you plenty to look at and explore. Be sure to look out for the gorgeous chestnut trees that line the avenues along the Serpentine. Its leaves change to fiery orange and yellow shades.

A walk in the cold can leave you feeling exhausted so stroll back to your room at the Grand Royale London Hyde Park where you will be able to relax in style.

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Visit a celebratory Harry Potter exhibition :-

You may not believe it, but the first Harry Potter book was published a whopping 20 years ago. While that fact may have left you feeling significantly older, don’t let it get you down. Instead, take the opportunity to celebrate the iconic work in all its glory at the Harry Potter: A history of magic exhibition at The British Library. Each room of the library has been transformed to represent a different Harry Potter theme, so take the time to explore them all as you are whisked into a world of magic and wizardry. The exhibition will be on display until 28th February 2018.

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Get your skates on :-

Bored of getting around by foot? Mix things up and try your hand at skating by taking some lessons in the park. Skatefresh is London’s longest running skate school and they offer group lessons to anyone interested in trying the sport out. The lessons take place in Hyde Park, so it’s another opportunity to marvel at all the gorgeous greenery in the area.

All skated out? Get your shoes back on and enjoy a leisurely walk back to the Grand Royale London Hyde Park, where your gorgeous room will be waiting.

Learn more about London’s secret history :-

Think the tube is London’s only underground transport link? Think again. A hundred years ago the Post Office built a secret passage under central London, and an exhibition has now opened that will allow visitors to take a thrilling 20-minute journey to experience it. The exhibition comes as part of the brand new Postal Museum and will be open until September 2018.

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