(NewsUSA) – London’s Autumn Season remains a highlight of the country’s cultural calendar, and this fall is no exception.
“With a strong dollar making a dream trip to London more affordable, the city is projecting a sharp increase in visitor arrivals up to 2025, including 3.3 million visitors from the United States,” according to London & Partners, the Mayor of London’s official promotional agency.
“But the benefits of visiting London in the fall include smaller crowds and an incredible lineup of events right across the city,” the agency adds.
Highlights of this year’s autumn season include:
-Magical museums. The British Library celebrates the anniversary of the publication of the first book in the Harry Potter series with a special exhibit, Harry Potter: A History of Magic.
Other museum gems include the diving blue whale at the Natural History Museum and an intimate look at Ferraris at the Design Museum.
-Extraordinary events. Broadway arrives at London’s West End with an installment of Hamilton: An American Musical, and the London Symphony Orchestra introduces its new director, Sir Simon Rattle, at the Barbican Theatre.
In addition, Wembley Stadium will play host to the MTV European Music Awards, and the NFL’s London Games brings American football to the city.
-Past, presents, and postage. This fall, Buckingham Palace showcases gifts presented to Queen Elizabeth during the last 65 years.
In addition, tourists can now travel via the Mail Rail — the underground line between Paddington and Whitechapel used to deliver the Royal Mail –…
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