Dream Big in London


Dream Big in London

Escape everyday life and experience some out of this world adventures with a trip to London this autumn.

Leave Scotland in the evening and wake up ready to take on the day in London with Caledonian Sleeper.


Harry Potter World

Are you Gryffindor or Slytherin? Visit the Warner Brothers Studio Tour to go behind the scenes of the famous books and films.

Looking for some wizarding fun? The Studio Tour runs seasonal and special events year round for all to enjoy.

Get your tickets here: https://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/tickets


The ArcelorMittal Orbit

Are you looking for something more adrenaline-filled? Try out the UK’s largest sculpture and the world’s longest tunnel slide, the ArcelorMittal Orbit. With views across London from the 80m high viewing platform you can see London in a new light, before a hair-raising slide back to the ground.


Up at the O2

Up at The O2 takes visitors on a climb over the roof of the popular O2 with panoramic views of the city. Harness up and take on the 90 minute climb day or night.



With the V&A, Tate Modern and the Natural History Museum all within easy reach, immerse yourself in culture, history and art in London.

Visit the original Victoria and Albert Museum, the world’s leading museum of art and design. Recent exhibitions include FOOD: Bigger than the Plate which explores current experiments at every stage of the food system, and a Mary Quant fashion exhibition.

For international modern and contemporary art, visit the Tate Modern. Alongside the collections on display, the Tate Modern regularly holds events including talks from artists, performances of plays and panel discussions.

If you’re looking for a fascinating day out for all the family, look no further the Natural History Museum. With exhibitions including a 25.2 metre long blue whale skeleton, a rock from Mars and the skeleton of a reptile named after Sir David Attenborough, among many others.

The Natural History Museum also holds regular events including crime scene live, yoga, and a sleepover for grown-ups who can enjoy music, food, science, art and cinema.


Visit the Barbican Conservatory

Home to exotic fish and over 2,000 species of tropical plants and trees, the Barbican Conservatory is an educational day out for the whole family.

After exploring the conservatory, take a break and enjoy some afternoon tea in the conservatory.


Take in a show

Dream Big and explore London’s West End by taking in one of the world-famous shows on offer including The Lion King, Wicked, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and Matilda.