It's business as usual for most of London's museums and attractions, so peel yourself out of bed and start your year as you mean to go on. Note that some venues will have reduced opening hours, so be sure to check details in advance, oh and - Happy New Year!
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Things to do on New Year's Day
We reckon if you can haul yourself out of bed after the madness of New Year’s Eve, you deserve some sort of parade. Good news: there’s one every year. Arrive early to beat the rush and get a good spot to see more than 8,500 performers from 20 countries ring in the new year in style.
Do you love nothing more than rolling with your homies? Bump is a wooden-floored roller disco that's popping up under Hungerford Bridge as part of the Southbank Centre's Winter Festival. It opens at 3pm on New Years Day, so you'll have the morning to get over any NYE hangovers.
Prepare for the 'Sherlock' special on New Year's Day by swotting up on the Baker Street detective. Trek down to the basement of Madame Tussauds, where a Sherlock Holmes-themed interactive experience awaits. Explore the world of the Conan Doyle character, featuring Holmes's drawing room.
To celebrate ten years of The Mighty Boosh Live, The Book Club is hosting an exhibition and events. Noel Fielding's illustrations hang alongside Dave Brown (aka Bollo)'s photos and work by other Boosh-linked artists Ivana Zorn, Andy Hollingworth, Mr Bingo and Jake.
Venues open on New Year's Day
An anthropological museum set in 16 acres of landscaped gardens, the Horniman Museum has a traditional natural history gallery, a state-of-the-art aquarium and gardens that offer spectacular views over London.
Clear the new year drinking fog with a breath of fresh air, literally, among the natural splendour of Kew Gardens. You can also take your Christmas tree for recycling by the arboretum team. Gates open at 10am and last entry is at 3.45pm, but given the vastness of the grounds, the earlier you arrive the more you'll be able to take in.
So long as you don't get vertigo, and your not too queasy from NYE activities, hop on the world's largest observation wheel to get a good nosey at the city while the majority of its inhabitants rest. On a clear day you can even see Windsor Castle, 25 miles away. Booking is advised but a number of tickets are held back for same-day sale on site, so it may be worth turning up and taking pot luck if you haven't booked.
Formerly known as The Movieum of London, London Film Museum celebrates the silver screen with props from films such as 'Superman', 'Star Wars', 'The Italian Job' and 'Batman'. They also currently have the largest collection of Bond vehicles on show as part of the 'Bond in Motion' exhibition.
The museum's design gallery is a tribute to Frank Pick, the man responsible for rolling out the London Underground brand and giving each line its own character. For children, the London Transport Museum has an under-fives play area.