In just a few short days, the Coronation of King Charles III and the Queen Consort will take place in Westminster Abbey.
The day will see the nation celebrate the historical event with thousands expected to head to London to enjoy the festivities.
With the Coronation and procession taking place in the capital, you have the lucky chance to head down and watch all the action in person.
But if you would rather try and avoid the crowds and instead watch it on the screen without losing the joyful atmosphere, then you’re in luck.
Across London, a number of big screens will be popping up ready to show the Coronation for free.
Where you can watch the King’s Coronation on big screens in London
St James’s Park
The park will be showing the coronation to crowds for free and will be located near the Marlborough Gate.
It is important to note that the park is smaller than others featured so is expected to be filled quickly.
Green Park will have a screen on The Broad Walk although it is also expected to be full quickly so you will need to arrive early for the best view.
Grosvenor Square, Mayfair
From 10am until 8pm on May 6, Grosvenor Square will be hosting a garden party with a large screen to watch the coronation.
The event is free, all you need is to turn up on the day.
Across Hyde Park there will be four large screens showing the event, these are located at:
- Screen 1: Old Football Pitches (south of the Serpentine, close to South Carriage Drive) west facing
- Screen 2: Old Football Pitches (south of the Serpentine, close to South Carriage Drive) east facing
- Screen 3: The Cockpit (north of the Serpentine, near the Norwegian War Memorial)
- Screen 4: Boathouse Lawn (north of the Serpentine, next to the boathouse)
Battersea Power Station
The iconic landmark will be hosting a coronation party on May 6 and May 7 from 11am.
The station will also have large screens to watch the coronation as well as live bands, food and more.