February is a time to celebrate your love, enjoy half-term, and make the most of what is left of this winter! London is always buzzing with events and things to do, so at Settl’in, we’ve put together a list of 7 things you have to do this February, so don’t miss a thing.
Royal Opera House
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to visit the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, one of the best opera houses in the world. The sale for the 2022 Spring Season tickets opens on 22 February 2022. The RHO offers quite affordable seats for operatic standards, but therefore tickets go extremely quickly. So, if you want to see a great production of Donizetti or Wagner this Spring, reserve your tickets as soon as they become available.
Gainsborough’s Blue Boy is back to the National Gallery. One of Britain’s most iconic paintings, and once the most expensive ever sold, is back home after 100 years. It is an exceptional opportunity to see this masterpiece, which is being loaned by the Huntington Museum in America for the first time.
The Wallace Collection
February is also the perfect time to visit one of London’s cosiest museums: The Wallace Collection. Located just above Bond Street Station, it possesses a great collection of delicate miniatures, luxurious objects of all sorts, and first-class baroque paintings. The Wallace’s great advantage is that it is normally spared by the hordes of visitors which assail the rooms of London’s more famous galleries.
Aurora At The View From The Shard
The View from The Shard will be transformed this winter into a Nordic wonderland, inspired by the Northern Lights and snowy wilderness of Scandinavia. From now until March 2022, The Aurora theme will bring some winter magic to London with Regular Snow falls on the open air Skydeck every 15 minutes, and Ski Lodge Bars serving Moet & Chandon serving Aurora themed cocktails!
Book your tickets here: https://www.the-shard.com/news-events/events/aurora-at-the-view-from-the-shard
Titanic: The Exhibition at Dock X London
Relive history as you immerse yourself in the fateful story of the legendary ship by visiting the Titanic Exhibition at Dock X London. From now until March 20th, travel back to 1912 through photographs, handwritten letters, wayward keepsakes, and other personal belongings telling countless stories about the fates and heroic deeds on board.
Titanic: The Exhibition is far more than a display of historic items: it is a unique narrative experience, a tale of the people aboard history’s most legendary ship on its maiden and final journey. Tickets are selling fast, so book your tickets now: https://titanicexhibitionlondon.com
Cherry Blossom Dining
If you’re looking for something romantic to do this Valentine’s, look no further than Fulham’s exuberant venue Neverland, where they going to transport you to Japan with Little Kyoto. Running Thursday-Sunday until April 15, Little Kyoto will transport you to Japan in springtime, awash with cherry blossoms, a bonsai garden, and a fuji ski lift kitted out with cherry blossoms in the bar area.
Looking for other romantic dining ideas this Valentine’s day? Here are some of London’s most romantic restaurants: https://blog.opentable.co.uk/romantic-restaurants-london/
Enjoy a host of concerts illuminated by candlelight and performed by live musicians in some of the most iconic venues in London. You’ll hear music from some of the greatest contemporary composers and artists while enjoying the serene surrounds of a venue that’s been bathed in the gentle glow of candlelight. From Taylor Swift to Coldplay, Romeo and Juliet, Vivaldi, Swan Lake, and more, there is a show for everyone.
Discover more about each show and get your tickets here: https://feverup.com/london/search?utm_content=things-to-do-london-february&utm_source=secretldn&utm_medium=post&utm_term=cta25&utm_campaign=101185_lon&q=Candlelight