We've conquered the January blues, and now it's time to dive into the real excitement with the best of the capital’s events happening along the Thames!

Light Festival at Battersea Power Station 2024

Battersea Power Station’s Annual Light Festival

Battersea Power Station's annual Light Festival is in full swing brightening up winter evenings this February. Immerse yourself in the spectacular installations from British and international artists.

Don't miss out on your chance to experience live weeknight performances on Light Piano installation as well as live glow shows at this free-to-attend Light Festival running until 25 February. Make an evening out of your visit and soak in the enchanting atmosphere with a great mix of shops, bars, and restaurants open at Battersea Power Station.

Nearest pier: Battersea Power Station

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Extra RB6 sailings this half-term

From Monday 12 to Friday 16 February, our RB6 service will be cruising throughout the day calling at Putney, Wandsworth, Chelsea, Battersea Power Station, Westminster and Bankside. Interchange between the RB1 and RB6 routes at Westminster or Bankside to make the most of half-term activities across London from west to east!

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LGBTQ+ History month at Royal Museums Greenwich

Join Royal Museums Greenwich in celebrating LGBTQ+ History Month with a fantastic series of events hosted at the National Maritime Museum and the Queen's House. Each year, the museum marks this special month by exploring and honouring queer histories in their collections, acknowledging the vibrant LGBTQ+ communities they engage with.

Be part of this inclusive celebration as Royal Museums Greenwich continues to shine a spotlight on the rich and diverse narratives within the LGBTQ+ spectrum.

This February half-term, the National Maritime Museum invites families to join the celebration of LGBTQ+ History Month with a series of fun and creative events at the National Maritime Museum.

Nearest Pier: Greenwich

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Zheng Bo's Bamboo Garden

Somerset House Bamboo

Reconnect with nature at Somerset House’s latest interactive installation Zheng Bo's Bamboo Garde, a captivating and large-scale commission transforming the courtyard into a tranquil oasis from 22 February. Hong Kong-based artist Zheng Bo invites you to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of city life and immerse yourself in the restorative qualities of nature.

This participatory installation encourages contemplation and creativity by incorporating bamboo leaves into an interactive drawing activity. As you contribute to the artwork, your drawings become part of a natural cycle, enriching the garden through decomposition. Zheng Bo's commission exemplifies innovative thinking in sustainability and ecology, offering a unique opportunity to reflect on the harmonious relationship between humans and nature in the heart of central London.

Nearest Pier: Embankment

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St. John at Fortnum & Mason

Embark on a gastronomic journey as the renowned St. John restaurant takes residence at the iconic Fortnum & Mason. In a historic collaboration, St. John becomes the first-ever restaurant to grace the FIELD restaurant space within the 317-year-old department store on Piccadilly. From 6 to 25 February, savour the distinctive flavours of St. John's culinary prowess while their original Smithfield location undergoes renovations. Indulge in a unique dining experience, combining the rich legacy of Fortnum & Mason with the celebrated culinary creations of St. John.

Nearest Pier: Embankment

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St John Fortnum & Mason

Ice Rink Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf Ice Rink

It’s not too late to get your skates on! London’s longest-running seasonal ice rink is open until 24 February. Head to The Grandstand Bar for the best views of those skating on the rink and enjoy a variety of drinks and lite bites on offer to warm up or cool down after your session on the ice. 

Nearest Pier: Canary Wharf

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Typhoon Houses of Parliament

Sail through February

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