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New Year's Eve events in London

Looking for the perfect New Year's Eve in London plan? You've come to the right place – we've got December 31 sorted

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After the perfect way to spend New Year's Eve in London? Whether you're looking for things to do, venues and museums that are still open, a spectacular evening out, or just the very best New Year's Eve parties and nightlife, there's tons of things to do in London on New Year's Eve. Say goodbye to 2016 in style.  

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Things to do on New Year's Eve

STAR WARS Identities

Explore a collection of 200 props, models, costumes and artworks from the Star Wars film series to explore the genetics and psychology of characters in its universe. You can even develop your own original character while you visit.

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The O2 , Greenwich Peninsula Until Monday September 4 2017

Evening events on New Year's Eve

New Year’s Eve parties in London

London is chock-full of incredible New Year's Eve parties, from quirky fancy dress events to heads-down raving, here's our full list of all the parties kicking off in town on NYE. 

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By: Ellie Broughton

Venues open on New Year's Eve

British Museum

What better way to spend the run up to NYE partying than mooching around one of the world's oldest museums? The British Museum is vast and its collections, only a fraction of which can be on public display at any one time, comprise millions of objects.

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Bloomsbury

Churchill War Rooms

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The Churchill War Rooms are dedicated to the life and achievements of former British prime minister Winston Churchill (1874-1965). There's much on his political career, and many of his trademark props – including a cigar and his red siren suit – are on display.

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Whitehall

Fan Museum

The Fan Museum is dedicated to the history of handheld fans and the craft of fan making, with a collection of more than 3,000 specimens from all over the world, some dating from the eleventh century.

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Greenwich
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Foundling Museum

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The Foundling Museum tells the story of the Foundling Hospital, England’s first hospital for abandoned children, founded by Thomas Coram in 1739. It houses a fine collection of paintings by artists including Gainsborough, Reynolds, Hogarth and Hudson.

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Bloomsbury

Hampton Court Palace

Henry VIII had many palaces, but Hampton Court is one that oozes drama - and its prestige continued long after he had departed: Elizabeth I entertained here, Shakespeare performed for James I, and Cromwell made it his home after the Civil War.

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London

Horniman Museum

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An anthropological museum set in 16 acres of landscaped gardens, the Horniman has a traditional natural history gallery – dominated by a bizarre, overstuffed walrus – where the exhibits are displayed in traditional cases with no computer touch-screens in sight.

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Forest Hill
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Imperial War Museum

The IWM London has had on a major refit - by Foster & Partners architects - which opened in 2014 to coincide with the centenary of the start of World War I. The Central Hall is still the attention- grabbing repository of major artefacts: guns, tanks and aircraft hung from the ceiling (not least a Harrier GR9 that saw action in Afghanistan).

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Kennington

Kew Gardens

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Kew Gardens is a magnificent World Heritage Site covering 300 acres with over 30,000 species of plants. A few of the specimens are represented by models but Kew is able to represent many examples of primitive plants from its own living collections.

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Kew

London Zoo

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The Zoo, which opened to the public in 1847, covers 36 acres. It's home to more than 760 animal species, many of which are endangered – your entry fee contributes to ZSL London Zoo's conservation projects across the globe.

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Regent's Park
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Museum of London Docklands

Housed in a warehouse built 200 years ago to store sugar, coffee and rum, the museum tells the story of the Thames and its port and the people from all over the world who settled there. Thousands of objects and pictures – many rescued during the 1970s and 1980s when containerisation and competition forced London's port to move downstream – trace the area's history, from the arrival of the Romans to the rise of Canary Wharf.

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Canary Wharf
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Find things to do on New Year's Day

Things to do on New Year's Day in London

It's business as usual for most of London's top museums and attractions, so peel yourself out of bed and start your cultural year as you mean to go on. 

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By: Time Out London Things To Do

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Jenny Jen
Jenny Jen

Yes! New Years sorted! Finally found a hotel for me and the hubby! Can't wait!!! If you are still looking this shows all hotels in London for NYE - https://HotelMap.com/pro/M5Z3T