Trafalgar Square, at the heart of London, is one of the city’s most pulsating open spaces. Renowned for its massive gather of wild pigeons and, formerly, New Years Eve celebrations, it is a London signpost like no other. Trafalgar Square is a familiar sight in central London enjoyed by Londoners and all tourists alike. It is a vigorous place often used for an extensive range of activities including: special events and merriment like the Royal Wedding, The London Olympics 2012, St Patrick's Day and Chinese New Year, gathering and exhibitions. Home to Nelson’s Column, the square is wealthy in history and tenders a podium for new arty performances and procedures.