Now that summer's on its way and the weather is warming up, it's time to get out and about, and discover your city in the sunshine!

Just in case you're stuck for ideas of what to do, we've put together a comprehensive list of things to do in west London with your warm weekends - so you'll never be bitten by the boredom bug again!

And we've also included some other seasonal delights to keep you going all year long.

So why not create your own 2015 London bucket list?

West London must-sees

1. Stroll down The Mall towards Buckingham Palace in Westminster to see the changing of the guard.

2. Watch talented street artists and performers in Covent Garden Piazza.

3. Look for the Chinese-style gates, architecture and decorations in Chinatown, Soho.

4. Walk across the famous zebra-crossing at Abbey Road, near Maida Vale, and emulate the famous Beatles pose.

5. Cross London’s iconic bridges - the Westminster bridge and Albert bridge, in Chelsea, are particular beauties for west London.

6. See the sights on an open-top bus tour of London.

7. Visit Wembley Stadium and Wembley Arena and see where the greats have performed.

Take in the history

8. Learn about London's fascinating history on one of the city's famous walking tours.

9. Discover London's political history at Speaker's Corner, Downing Street and Parliament Square - where you'll find the Houses of Parliament.

10. Go on a Hounslow Heritage Walk and find out about the area's rich and diverse history including civil war battle sites, homes of famous painters and ancient almshouses.

11. Learn about noted English painter William Hogarth in Hogarth House and gardens in Chiswick.

12. Pay your respects at the RAF Number 11 Fighter Group memorial in Uxbridge.

Stroll along the waterside

13. Walk along the beautiful Little Venice to Regent's Park and take in the views.

14. Stroll along Richmond's riverside, past Petersham Meadows to Ham House.

15. See some of London's most famous sights on a walk along the South Bank, from the London Eye, to Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.

16. Walk along the Grand Union Canal in Uxbridge: the canal links London with Birmingham so is well worth a visit!

17. Cycle alongside the Thames on a Boris Bike!

Seasonal fun

18. Get your skates on at London's pop-up ice rinks when winter hits

19. Visit Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park for rides, food and gift ideas!

20. Bring your kiddies to an Easter egg hunt in many parks and locations across west London.

21. Marvel at sparkling Christmas lights and twinkling decorations from November until January in all of the town centres.

22. Celebrate Guy Fawkes at one of the many Bonfire Night firework displays in your area.

Cute creatures

23. Search for rare birds and enjoy the natural scenery at WWT Wetland Centre in Barnes.

24. Check the latest arrivals at London's city farms, such as Hounslow Urban Farm.

25. Learn more about the cute penguins and lemurs in daily shows at ZSL London Zoo.

26. Visit the Sea Life London Aquarium and marvel at the fish and amphibians inside.

Visit a park or common

27. Hire a deck chair at Green Park, the smallest of London's eight royal parks.

28. Look at the memorials in Hyde Park, from the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain, to the memorial garden for victims of the Holocaust.

29. View the beautiful array of roses at Queen Mary's Garden in Regents Park.

30. Collect some conkers at Chestnut Avenue in Bushy Park, which is home to beautiful roaming deer.

31. Visit the Peter Pan statue in Kensington Gardens... Bring your pixie dust!

32. Spend the day looking for Wombles on Wimbledon Common.

33. Spot the pelicans in St James' Park; don't miss feeding time between 2.30pm and 3pm every day!

34. Look out for the flowers, ponds and streams at the Isabella Plantation in Richmond Park.

35. Walk up the treetop walkway in the world-famous Kew Gardens for breathtaking views.

36. Visit Chelsea Physic Garden, home to hundreds of medicinal plants and flowers.

37. Stroll around the gorgeous gardens of Syon House, in Isleworth.

Visited all of these parks, and think you know them well? Check out our west London parks quiz and test your knowledge!

Hit the water

38. Canoe your way through the city's waterways with London Kayak Tours .

39. Take your children for an outdoor swimming session for when it warms up: Hillingdon Sport & Leisure Complex is a good lido!

40. If you're brave enough, join the Serpentine Swimming Club in Hyde Park, where swimmers will dive in no matter what the weather... Or, just watch from the side!

41. If swimming's not your thing, you can hire a boat to float along the Serpentine instead.

42. See some of London's best views on a sightseeing Thames cruise.

Hidden Gems

43. Look out for herons and koi carp in the beautiful Kyoto Garden in Holland Park for a taste of Japan.

44. Visit The Vaults in Waterloo this year and see some quirky performance and theatre.

45. Get lost in the beautiful secret gardens in Ravenscourt Park, Hammersmith.

Outdoor culture

46. Snuggle up to a summer film at one of London's outdoor cinemas; Kensington Roof Gardens is set to host one this summer.

47. Book a seat at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre.

48. Enjoy the last night of the BBC Proms season with a special concert in Hyde Park.

49. Watch a beautiful outdoor opera in Holland Park with Opera Holland Park .

50. Visit the puppet theatre barge in Little Venice for an interesting puppet show not always for children.

51. Book a ticket to the hot-tub cinema as it travels around the capital... Watch an outdoor film from inside a cozy hot-tub!

52. Watch amazing free theatre, dance and art at Hounslow's famous Bell Square.

Amazing architecture

Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Hindu temple in Neasden

53. Visit the Shri Swaminarayan Hindu Mandir in Neasden; you don't even need to step inside to admire its beauty!

54. The beautiful Sikh temple Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh is worth a visit in Southall.

55. Stare at Westminster Cathedral in all its glory on a sunny day.

56. Visit the Wharncliffe Viaduct in Ealing and admire the beautiful arches on a sunny day.

Annual festivals

57. Enjoy Chinese food and drink during the Chinese New Year celebrations.

58. Get your twerk on and dance to Caribbean music at the Notting Hill Carnival.

59. Don some rainbow-print and dance at the summer Pride London parade.

60. Foodies Festival in Syon Park will set your tastebuds alight this May.

61. Annual celebrations such as St Patrick's Day, Diwali and Eid are often held in Trafalgar Square.

62. Go green-fingered at London's flower shows, including the Chelsea Flower Show.

63. If the Chelsea Flower Show doesn't float your boat, go to an another. Chelsea Fringe provides an alternative gardening show for a fraction of the price!

64. Celebrate the Queen's official birthday at Trooping the Colour at Buckingham Palace.

65. Eat some tasty treats at Regent's Park's Taste of London festival.

66. Visit the wonderful Bedford Park Festival in Chiswick for art, poetry, music and more.

Fun sports

67. Watch the Wimbledon tennis with some strawberries and cream; either at the venue or in front of one of the big screens dotted around west London.

68. Grab a spot by the river in Hammersmith or Fulham to cheer on Cambridge or Oxford during the annual Boat Race.

69. Take part in the Vitality Triathlon in Hyde Park.

70. Sign up for, or watch from the crowd at the London Marathon.

71. Visit the Chelsea FC football grounds for a stadium tour.

72. Enjoy extreme sports! Kitevibe are offering power-kiting lessons for beginners in Richmond Park this summer (020 7870 7700).

Al Fresco food and drink

73. Eat outside in London's best al fresco restaurants - The River Café in Hammersmith is a particularly nice one.

74. Enjoy a pint in lovely pub beer gardens. Head to the Coat and Badge in Putney for a lovely view.

75. Relax under the stars at a lively rooftop bar, some of which also host nightly events and screenings.

77. Pack a picnic at a beautiful picnic spot in one of west London's great parks.

78. Hit the roads for some street food: Acklam Village Market is a laid-back street-food market with cuisine from all over the world.

See our guide to west London's best restaurants, best Indian eateries, and best nightlife spots.

Fun with the family

79. See the bridge, the Knight Bus and Harry's House in the outside area of Warner Bros. Studio Tour in Watford.

80. Let your kids loose in one of west London's adventure playgrounds, such as Marble Hill playcentre in Twickenham.

81. Travel a little way and you'll get to Chessington World of Adventures, one of the best days out with your children ever - or go a bit further, and you'll reach Thorpe Park!

82. Go to one of west London's top museums, including the Natural History Museum, Science Museum and the V&A Museum.

83. Play around in Twickenham Play Beach, open every day in the summer months.

84. Take a spin on the London Eye and watch the capital from above!

85. Play at the Dinosaur Escape golf holes in Northolt - play a round of golf surrounded by huge dinosaurs!

West London music festivals

86. Book tickets to world-class acts at British Summer Time in Hyde Park.

87. Travel to Calling Festival in Clapham, where Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds are set to play.

88. See brilliant music locally at the annual Hanwell Hootie music festival.

Visit the annual Hanwell Hootie for musical fun

89. Visit the one-day Bushstock festival, in Shepherd's Bush, and rock out to various acts.

90. Have fun at the Kew The Music festival in Kew Gardens, where Paloma Faith and UB40 are playing this year

Visit a popular film location

91. Visit the Uxbridge Campus of Brunel University, where parts of Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange was filmed.

92. Bend it Like Beckham and practice your keepie-ups in Barra Hall Park, Hayes, or shop in Southall Broadway.

93. Visit Harrow School, where parts of Harry Potter & the Philosopher's Stone was filmed.

94. Romantic comedy Love Actually, was partly filmed in Brent, and producers chose Brondesbury Park as one of their locations.

95. Take the Notting Hill film tour and try to spot places from the rom-com; see if you can find THAT blue door!

Top markets

96. Grab a bite to eat from street food vendors and producers at one of London's many food markets.

97. Shop for clothes and more at London's best markets, including Portobello Road Market.

98. Visit Covent Garden Market for the best in eclectic wares... And while you're there stop and watch the performers!

Sleep under the stars

99. Stay in the great outdoors at one of London's campsites during the summer, such as Wyatt's Covert Camping Club site in Uxbridge.

100. The West of London Astronomical Society often meet at Ruislip Lido to stargaze - why not go and join them for a night under the stars?

Can you think of some wonderful things to do in the great outdoors in west London?

Email your ideas to emily.chudy@trinitymirror.com or Tweet them to @Getwestlondonem.