14 ways to celebrate Love Day in London with (and without) the little ones.
Valentine’s Peace Projects’ Big Flower Giveaway at Southbank Centre, SE1 hands out free Fairtrade roses and poems by kids on love and peace to the public. From 11am, FREE (Feb 14)
Hear tales of Cupid and create your own magic love arrow (ages 5+) at the Wallace Collection, W1. 10.30am-12.14pm, FREE (Feb 14)
Your body with a treatment at the Sanctuary, Covent Garden’s luxurious women-only day spa. Prices vary.
A bottle of Moet & Chandon by a professional graffiti artist at their Covent Garden pop-up. 10am-8pm (Feb 11-14)
Objects of your affection from the museum in I Love Horniman at Horniman Museum, Forest Hill, SE23 (Feb 13 & 14)
Emotions (and calories) will run high with a chocolate stirrer or any of the Valentine’s gifts on offer from Artisan du Chocolat, SW1
Giant Love Hearts and other retro sweets for your sweeties at Sugacane (Chapel Market, N1 and branches nationwide)
Lavish Valentine’s Day Evening Tea at Bea’s of Bloomsbury in St. Paul’s, EC1. From 5.30pm, £30 (Feb 14)
Get lucky at Valentine’s 2 course and bowling £26 offer at All Star Lanes, Brick Lane, E1. Kids dine and bowl for £10 through half-term (until Feb 17)
The Heart, a family trail at Florence Nightingale Museum, SE1 with crafty cards, love potions and a Queen of Hearts Valentine’s Picnic. FREE with museum admission, daily (until Feb 19)
Journey back to the Tudor era for an interactive lesson in Courtly Love and Romance at Hampton Court Palace in Surrey, TW9. 11am-4pm daily (until 19)
Hopelessly devoted? Take the whole clan for a sing-along screening of Grease (PG) at Prince Charles Cinema, W1. 1pm, £15/£9.50 (Feb 16)
Say it with an I Love Mum onesie and bib gift set, £11 on sale at Oh Baby London, Brick Lane, E1