It may be back to work for a lot of people today, but there are still Christmas markets operating. On a trip to the National Gallery, we chanced upon one at Trafalgar Square. Join City Adventurers and come exploring….. Join our club for people who want to find new adventures to share with like-minded people.… More Christmas isn’t over until the Christmas Market Shuts
The Trafalgar Square Christmas tree has been a regular fixture of the square due to a tradition dating back to 1947. The tree is a gift to London from Norway as thanks for the support that Britain offered the country during the second world war. The lights on it are hung vertically, as is the… More Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree
An afternoon of exploration and discovery Come on an adventure around Trafalgar Square followed by dinner at The National Gallery. You will need a smartphone to complete the photo challenges and comfy footwear. Photo of Scavenger hunt at Trafalgar square by Juliamaud Artists and Artisans Treasure Hunt. Many famous people lived and worked near Trafalgar Square. With this… More Trafalgar Square Experience
During 2015 we have discovered the treasures held within The British Museum, The Museum Of London, The National Gallery, The National Portrait Gallery, The Tate Britain and The National Maritime Museum. On our city adventures we have explored Trafalgar Square, Westminster, Kensington, Piccadilly, Brixton and Vauxhall. Looking forward to more adventures in 2016
a Spring Themed Treasure Hunt at Trafalgar Square. A cultural public space The Trafalgar Square area used to be used for stables for Whitehall Palace. It was redeveloped by John Nash in 1812 to be a cultural public space. The square itself was designed by Sir Charles Barry and was completed in 1845. It was originally to… More Hunting for Artists, Artisans and Sheep at Easter.
Trafalgar Square by Juliamaud Trafalgar Square is a site of significant historic and cultural value. John Nash developed the area in 1812 as “a cultural space, open to the public.” In keeping with Nash’s vision that the area should be a public cultural space, the area was redeveloped and reopened in 2003 with improvements to the… More Trafalgar Square – a cultural space for the public
How about an Easter Treasure Hunt? Treasure Hunts in London have THREE EGG-CITING options available. explore Arts and Heritage in London. solve clues and puzzles, take fun photos and complete assignments compete for prizes Choose from Trafalgar Square, The Tate Britain and Brixton. Teams of 2 to 5 players – Individual tickets are £9 to £15.… More Looking for something to do with the family over Easter?
Trafalgar Square by Juliamaud Trafalgar Square was officially named in 1830 and is a site of significant historic and cultural value. Until the early 18th century most of the area was used as stabling for Whitehall Palace. John Nash developed the area as an “open square in the Kings Mews opposite Charing Cross” in 1812 as part… More Trafalgar Square – a cultural space for the public
Many famous people lived and worked near Trafalgar Square. On Saturday, 10 May 2014 Treasure Hunts in London are running the Trafalgar Square Treasure Hunt. This is your chance to discover who lived and worked in the area, as well as finding interesting statues and monuments. As always with Treasure Hunts in London there will… More Trafalgar Square Treasure Hunt