Indulge in Romantic London: Unforgettable Valentine’s Day Events Await!


London has no shortage of marvellous spots to plan the perfect date night experience! From globally renowned museums hosting love lates to romantic pop screenings and one-of-a-kind festivals, the capital city offers it all! Read on to plan your itinerary with some of the most incredible events happening around London for Valentine’s Day!

Love Lates at the Science Museum

One of the most iconic museums in the city, the world-renowned Science Museum known for its award-winning exhibits is hosting romantic ‘Love Lates’ sessions this Valentine’s. Running up to 7th March’24, take an exciting journey unravelling the essence of love with your partner! Navigate human connections like never before, learn about the latest neuroscience explaining the secrets of human emotions and indulge in the special Lates activities together, including the super fun silent disco to dance the night away or explore the museum’s magnificent galleries during the late hours! Plan your romantic getaway as you book a boutique stay at Park Grand London; your primely located base to make the most of London’s special couple-friendly experiences!

P.S. Make sure to attend the special screening of ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ and a musical comedy performance at the museum for a night to remember!

Orchids Festival at Kew

Treat yourself and your loved one to a perfectly vibrant and alluring Valentine’s Day celebration at Kew Gardens! With your stay at a luxurious hotel near Hyde Park London, see the UNESCO World Heritage Site transform this year inspired by the blooms of Madagascar. Look out for the spectacular horticultural display at the Princess of Wales Conservatory, and soak in the sights of gorgeous orchids! The best part is that as part of the Orchids Festival at Kew, you can also explore the conservatory after dark, as you sip your favourite cocktails and snack on flavourful traditional food. The heart-warming traditional music by the Malagasy Band in the backdrop is sure to be a highlight of the festival.

The Orchids After Hours is the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in stunning natural beauty and biodiversity, that is sure to transport you to Madagascar! Don’t miss out on the special giraffe weevils and spot lemurs high up in the trees for a fun-filled romantic experience!

Valentines at the National History Museum

London’s most iconic and beloved National History Museum is known to host an extraordinary Valentine’s Day event, attracting people from all walks of life. If you and your special someone are looking to enjoy a unique Valentine’s Day experience to look back at, head to the National History Museum on the big day without a second thought! Grab your favourite drinks and explore the museum’s exquisite galleries and exhibits during the late hours. Learn some new dance steps at the in-house dance classes, and explore after-hours antics, all while a live harpist plays magical music for you!

Add to your experience as you attend the renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition and get inspired to snap your happiest self together at the museum’s Magic Memories Photo Booth!

Romeo and Juliet at Backyard Cinema

Celebrate Valentine’s Day the classic way as you catch the pop-up screening of the iconic 1996 Romeo and Juliet by Baz Luhrmann! Indulge in an exquisite Park Grand Lancaster Gate afternoon tea experience and witness the most spellbinding Romeo and Juliet screening at Backyard Cinema. This year, the cinema has collaborated with a choir for an epic live soundtrack throughout the screening! With the candle-lit church and stained-glass windows complementing the charm of the iconic film, this year Backyard Cinema has amped up the experience with brand-new tracks! Sit back and soak up the atmosphere of one of the most iconic London venues as the choir performs classic Romeo and Juliet soundtracks including Doves Cry and Young Hearts!

Here you go! Celebrate and fall in love all over again with these spectacular Valentine’s Day experiences in London.