Question: Where can I go on Christmas Day in London?

Is anything open in London on Christmas Day?

Most London attractions are closed on Christmas Day, but some continue to open their doors at this special time of year: … Or head to The Serpentine lake in Hyde Park, where the tough members of the Serpentine Swimming Club take part in the Peter Pan Cup race every Christmas Day morning.

Is there public transport on Christmas Day in London?

There is no public transport on Christmas Day and all London attractions are closed. Public transport to and around London is reduced over the Christmas and New Year period, so plan your journey in advance.

Does the tube run on Christmas Day in London?

Christmas Day (Wednesday 25 December) Almost no transport is available on Christmas Day, with no services on the Tube, buses, TfL Rail, London Overground, DLR, Trams, River, Emirates Air Line and National Rail.

Are shops closed on Christmas in London?

No – shops are closed and there is no public transport.

Is the tube open on Boxing Day?

Boxing Day

On the Tube, there will be a reduce service on all lines. First trains will go from 7.45am and end at weekday times.

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Do trains run on Christmas Eve?

Most train services shut down early on Christmas Eve, but will run as usual throughout the day.

What days is there no public transport London?

There is no public transport on Christmas Day, and a reduced service on Boxing Day and the Christmas bank holidays. Most London attractions and shops, as well as and many restaurants, are closed on Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

Is the Tube working on Christmas Day?

Unfortunately for anyone hoping to use the underground to get about, the tube does not run on Christmas Day. As well as the tube, buses, TFL Rail, London Overground, DLR, Trams, River boats and National Rail services also do not run on Christmas Day.