It's the last Bank Holiday weekend of the year, so make the most of your leisure time this August.
Follow our guide to help make your plans for the long weekend in London.
Feel the rhythm of the beat at the Notting Hill Carnival
Known as the largest street party in Europe, the world famous Notting Hill Carnival is set to be another spectacle of sights, sounds and cultural heritage.
The carnival, which began in 1964, is a celebration of Caribbean culture, and brings carnival music, dancing, and food stalls to the streets.
Taking place on Sunday (28th) and Bank Holiday Monday (29th), event and travel information can be found on the carnival's website.
Watch board game champs in action
Players will compete in over 60 different board games - from classics like Scrabble, Bridge and Chess to newer games.
Relax in the summer sun
With a sunny Bank Holiday weekend forecast, why not head to the Urban London Beach at the Emirates Royal Docks to take in the sights of London's landscape, eat ice-cream and build sandcastles - or simply laze the day away in a deckchair.
It's free to enter, and open each day between 10am and 8pm.
Station: Royal Victoria (DLR)
Re-live memories of a champion
There is plenty to see, with featured exhibits of Ali's boxing career, as well as photos, videos and a bio of his life.
Be quick to buy your tickets for this one, as the exhibition will close on 31st August. Ticket prices start at £9 for children, and a family ticket will cost £36.
Station: North Greenwich