Torch Relay in progress, another celebration is underway, the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The weekend's events schedule is as follows according to the BBC. You can download a PDF version of this guide (2.74MB), to print out and keep.
Saturday 2 June - Epsom Derby
The Queen attends the Epsom Derby on its second day. Organisers expect more than 200,000 people to attend the horse-racing event, which normally attracts 135,000 race-goers.
Sunday 3 June - River Thames Pageant, Big Jubilee Lunch
The Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant will be one of the highlights of the weekend celebrations. At high water (about 14:00BST) more than 1,000 boats traditional and modern will escort the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh aboard a specially decorated royal barge down the River Thames.
Jubilee Pageant - key times
11:30 Vessels muster between Hammersmith and Battersea bridges
14:10 Queen arrives at Chelsea Pier
14:30 Queen boards Royal Barge. Steam train, Princess Elizabeth, whistles a salute from Chelsea Bridge
14:40 Jubilee Bells mark official start of Pageant
14:45 First vessel passes under Albert Bridge
15:00 Royal Barge joins flotilla, church bells ring out
16:15 Queen disembarks at Royal Naval Reserve Base to watch flotilla pass by
17:30 The last vessel, Symphony, passes Tower Bridge. Pageant ends and boats disperse
All timings in British Summer Time (GMT +1)
A look at the river map of the Diamond Jubilee pageant:
Monday 4 June - Jubilee Picnic, BBC Concert, Jubilee Beacons
A special concert organised by the BBC and singer Gary Barlow will be held at Buckingham Palace. It will be attended by the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and other members of the Royal Family in the surroundings of the Queen Victoria Memorial in front of Buckingham Palace. Guests, who were granted tickets by ballot, will also be invited to attend a Jubilee picnic in the Buckingham Palace Gardens. The concert will begin at 19:30BST.
It will be star-studded concert, set against the spectacular backdrop of Buckingham Palace, celebrating Her Majesty the Queen's 60 year reign.
Tuesday 5 June - Service, carriage procession, balcony appearance
The final day of the Diamond Jubilee weekend will be marked by a national service of thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral attended by the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh. There will be a special prayer for the Diamond Jubilee. This will be followed by two receptions, a lunch at Westminster Hall and a carriage procession to Buckingham Palace, with a balcony appearance and a fly-past.
Tuesday 5 June - key times
10:30 St Pauls service begins
11:30 The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh are driven to Mansion House reception
12:45 Livery hosts Diamond Jubilee Lunch at Westminster Hall
14:20 Carriage procession begins
14:40 Royal Family arrives at Buckingham Palace
15:30 Royal Family appears on Palace balcony and watches RAF fly-past; Queen's Guard performs Feu de Joie
All timings in British Summer Time (GMT +1)
Route of the royal carriage procession
Weekend Jubilee festivals
- Hyde Park Jubilee Family Festival - 2 June, 3 June
This two-day family festival organised by Sainsbury's is hosted by Myleene Klass and Jon Culshaw. It features live music and entertainment on the main stage and in zones such as the Kids Zone, the Disney Zone, the Parade Ground - featuring the White Helmet Motorcycle Display Team - and The Commonwealth, with Harambee African drummers and Maori Haka dancers.
Great British food - pies, roasts, pastries, fish and chips, jellied eels and cream teas - will be served.
- Battersea Park Festival - Sunday 3 June
Some 90,000 ticket holders can see the pageant from the river bank or big screens in Battersea Park which is hosting a special festival. Curated by Hemingway Design, of Vintage Festival fame, and artist Clare Patey, the event celebrates all things British.
For more information and to know where to watch/listen, check out bbc.com
Useful external links
Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant
Interactive map - Big screens, roads and bridge closures, public conveniences
Map of Avenue of Sail
Transport for London Diamond Jubilee
Time Out best places to watch the pageant
The Big Jubilee Lunch
Diamond Jubilee Beacons
Hyde Park Jubilee Family Festival
Battersea Park Jubilee Festival (Visit London)
BBC Big screens around the UK
Diamond Jubilee Special Report
Diamond Jubilee: The changing face of the Queen over the past 60 years
Pop royalty plays to queen in UK jubilee concert
Parade and palace wave finale for queen's jubilee