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London events in July

Here’s your definitive guide to the best events and things to do happening throughout London in July 2021

By Time Out London Things To Do and Katie McCabe

July is here and we’re ready to soak up everything London has to offer (and hopefully some sunrays, too). Make the most of the hot weather with a splash in one of the city’s lidos, a meal outdoors or book in for a cocktail in one of London’s best rooftops barsJuly is the month of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships and city music festivals like Field Day and BST Hyde Park. Plus, London’s brilliant and ever-resourceful artists, performers, experts and craftspeople will be bringing the best events and things to do. Here’s our guide to the best exhibitions, shows and things do this July 2021 in London. 

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The best July events in London

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1. Lavender fields in and around London

Things to do

It may be known for its sleepy scent and soothing properties, but there’s nothing dozy about the explosion of colour happening right now in London’s lavender fields. Here are the best places to lay your eyes and nose on this year’s epic bloom.


2. Sunflower fields near London

Things to do Walks and tours

Did a visit to see Van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers’ at the Tate Britain show fail to provide your flower fix? Get neck-deep in heliotropic heaven at these golden fields full of custard-yellow blooms. 


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