It’s not quite the end of summer yet! Stay busy with the many events happening around London this month. Read on to see our top picks of things to do during September.

London Fashion Week festival­ - September 20-24

Calling all fashion fanatics, make sure you’re up to date on all the new trends for next season with tickets to London fashion week festival. Don’t miss out on the chance attend catwalk shows from London fashion week designers and hear talks from leading industry experts.

If you’ve got a passion for fashion, this one’s for you!


Buckingham Palace Summer Opening – all of September

Have you ever wondered how the Royal family like to live? You now can as the doors of Buckingham palace have been opened to the public this summer. You’ll have the opportunity to explore the Queen’s gallery and visit the State rooms where world leaders are traditionally met.

Head to St James’ Park before the end of this month for your Royal day out.


Tower of London Food Festival – September 7-8

Head down to Tower Hill this month to experience high end street food and tasty gourmet treats. Handpicked culinary experts will be offering a range of cuisines for you to choose from. There’s even opportunities for you to get hands on, for example, with gin and tonic masterclasses.

If you’re a foodie, this is the place for you!


Great River Race- September 8

Experience London’s very own river marathon with over 300 crews competing for the UK boat championships. Competitors range from professional athletes to the more amateur racers who take part in getting dressed up for the event.

Don’t miss out on cheering for the different attire of colourful costumes racing 21 miles down the river to Ham House, Richmond.


Underbelly Festival- all of September

This festival really does have something on offer for everyone, from circus and cabarets acts to live music or some light hearted comedy. On the other hand, feel free to grab a drink and enjoy the food stalls in the outdoor area for free!

Get yourself down to Southbank this month to see!


For more ideas on what to do around London, keep your eyes peeled to the LCCA blog.