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New Year in London

New Year in London

Celebrate New Year's Eve in London.

Sunday 31 December 2018

We have just 2 places (1 room) available for £119pp   

Sorry, loyalty points cannot be redeemed with this offer

It's one of London's biggest party nights, with a host of festivities, fireworks and fun!
On New Year's Eve, London comes alive with celebrations, fireworks and parties in every corner of the capital. Be here at midnight to help see in the New Year with a bang!

And the fun doesn't stop at midnight on December 31. Enjoy a leisurely New Year's Day at some of London's best attractions and museums when the masses are at home, nursing the hangover.

Museum’s and Attractions Open on New Year’s Day Include

Churchill War Rooms
Imperial War Museum
London Transport Museum
Museum of London
National Maritime Museum
Natural History Museum
Science Museum
Sherlock Holmes Museum
Somerset House
V & A
Wallace Collection
Hampton Court Palace
HMS Belfast
Kensington Palace
Kew Gardens
Sea-Life London Aquarium
London Eye
London Wetland Centre
London Zoo
Tower Bridge Exhibition
Madame Tussaud’s
Ripleys Believe It or Not
National Portrait Gallery
Royal Academy of Arts
Tate Britain
Tate Modern

New Year’s Day Parade
Ever wondered how one of the world’s great turn of year traditions came about? LNYDP – London’s New Year’s Day Parade has evolved into one of the world’s great street spectaculars with up to 10,000 performers from across continents, hundreds of thousands of spectators, and a ‘live’ TV audience of several hundred million.

Parade origins
The first New Year’s Day Parade in London was on January 1st 1987, and it was called ‘The Lord Mayor of Westminster’s Big Parade’. The event featured about 2,000 performers, mostly marching bands, and meandered its way from Berkeley Street to Portland Place via Piccadilly Circus, Regent Street, and Oxfords Circus. London had not seen anything like it before, and did not really quite know what to make of it. The hundred thousand or so spectators, though a bit puzzled, certainly seemed to enjoy themselves. Not surprising really when you consider that pre 1987 London on January 1st was a pretty gloomy place. If the shops opened it was only for half a day, most restaurants did not bother to open at all, and even many of the theatres could not see much point in presenting a performance. A successful repeat in 1988, and then some big changes in 1989 when the ever popular cheerleaders made their first appearance in the Parade, the first of the now prestigious and popular concerts was performed, and the organiser’s started dabbling with the concept of a Parade Finale Arena. Highlights in 1992 and 1993 were incredible Finale Performances by every band and musical ensembles in the Parade in the Royal Albert Hall. How we ever pulled that one off we are not quite sure, but it happened, and it was memorable.


  • Coach from M1 Junc 36, Rotherham, Catcliffe, Sheffield & Chesterfield
  • 1 Night’s Bed & English Breakfast
  • 4* Copthorne Tara Hotel, Kensington
  • FREE Transport on London Underground and London Buses from 23h45 - 04h30
  • Visit the New Year’s Day Parade
  • Lots of FREE time to enjoy the many attraction/shows on offer
  • Tour Manager

To book tickets for the fireworks (£10pp)

Optional River Cruise on New Year’s Eve (Details to follow )
Optional New Year's Eve Dinner (Details to follow)

Adults:  £169
Child under 12 yrs:  £99 (sharing with 2 adults)
Single Supplement:  £65
Deposit:  £60pp
Balance Due:  31 October 2018

Please note that trIple rooms are subject to availability (we only have a few on hold so first come first served)
As we unable to book more than 4 tickets for the fireworks we will e mail anyone who books with us,  the link to book yourselves. Tjhey normally go on sale at the beginning of October and cost approximately £10 each. If you dont get tickets, then we will give advice on the best places you cvan view the fireworks for free