Here’s a guide to some unique experiences that you can book for (dates are of course dependant on the Government’s roadmap) – but ensure that you read up on the measures that will be put in place…

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Van Gogh Alive: the Experience, Kensington Gardens: tickets are now on sale for this immersive experience, which will be heading to London from the 4th June until the 26th September. This multi-sensory experience will allow visitors to immerse themselves in the artwork of Van Gogh in a unique way including interactive art stations, a walk-in representation of Van Gogh’s ‘Bedroom in Arles’ painting and the iconic ‘Sunflower selfie room’ are features of this experience.

Warner Bros Studio Tour: The Making of Harry Potter: fans of Harry Potter rejoice! This popular attraction will be reopening its doors to welcome back visitors from the 17th May. Offering the opportunity for guests to explore up close some of the famous sets from the film and learn about the film making process, tickets must be booked in advance. It will reopen with its special feature exploring the dark arts.

The Murder Express, Funicular Productions: returning from the 21st May and booking until the 27th February 2022, this immensely enjoyable immersive dining experience is worth visiting if you enjoy dining with a difference. So jump on board the train for this entertaining and imaginative experience.

Crooks 1926, Colab Theatre Productions: audiences can expect to be taken into the dark gritty, criminal underworld of 1920s London in this immersive experience in which you become active participants. Will you orchestrate a grand territorial takeover of London or broker an alliance with The West End Boys? There’s only one way to find out – with tickets on sale for shows from the 17th May.

The Art of Banksy exhibition: set to open in London on the 20th May, this exhibition has been touring across the world, allowing people to see famous Banksy pieces including Flower Thrower and Rude Copper up close. Although the exhibition not authorised or curated in collaboration with the artist himself, the exhibition is curated by international specialist in the Street Art Genre, Chris Ford. Worth a visit for anyone with a fascination with street art.

Paying a visit to Ally Pally’s The Terrace: enjoy views of London while catching up with friends thanks to Ally Pally’s The Terrace which is set to return from the 12th April. As well as serving drinks, customers can enjoy food provided by street food vendors including Browski Burger and Last Night A Vegan Saved My Life. You are able to make reservations for tables now – so if you are thinking about it don’t wait too long if there is a particular time and date that you are looking for!