Notable Events & Things to Do 2014 London

Events of 2014 in London – From May Onwards

FA Cup final: True Feasts for football lovers

The FA Cup is English Football’s biggest competition. There will be very few in the world who are not football buffs and that too FA.  The FA Cup final, played at London’s iconic Wembley Stadium, brings the nation to a standstill and brings other millions of viewers from around the globe in front of the TV

Tickets are a big challenge. There is a rush for Tickets and one should be lucky enough to get it.

Museums at Night

From 15 May 2014 to 17 May 2014

Consisting of special events, from treasure trails to sleepovers, Museums at Night is an exciting opportunity to explore British culture in a new light.

A huge range of London venues take part in this nationwide initiative, Among the unique events and activities this year, are an opportunity   to see how artists react  to extreme environments at the Horiman Museum and Gardensr.  Encounter the great ballet at the National Portrait Gallery.

Chelsea Flower Show 2014

From 20 May 2014 to 24 May 2014

Every year the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea are transformed into show gardens. This means inspirational small gardens and vibrant horticultural displays for the world’s most famous flower show. Subject specialist across the world  comes for this show.

The RHS Chelsea Flower Show is attended by 157,000 visitors each year. The show has become an important venue for watching emerging gardening trends. New plants are launched and the popularity of older varieties are revived.

Household Division Beating Retreat at Horse Guards Parade – From 11 June 2014 to 12 June 2014

The Household Division Beating Retreat is a unique British spectacle featuring the Queen’s Foot Guards and the Household Cavalry. A modern day showcase to traditional British Monarchy.

Beating Retreat refers to a military drum call that can trace its origins to 16th Century England and was first used to recall nearby units to their castle. Over the centuries that followed it developed into a musical ceremonial event that is practiced throughout the Commonwealth but it is at its most spectacular in the magnificent surroundings of Horse Guards Parade in Central London. It is Always performed on the Wednesday and Thursday evenings preceding the Queen’s Birthday Parade in June.

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