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Legoland Windsor is the UK’s only Lego-themed park, perfect for a family trip with young children.
Visit the London royal residence, Buckingham Palace, and discover the rooms where the British Crown carries its administrative duties.
An iconic religious landmark in central London, Westminster Abbey is famous for hosting royal coronation ceremonies and for being the…
Tower of London
The Tower of London is an unmissable sight in the city, a former fortress, royal residence, and prison with immense historical…
Stamford Bridge Stadium
Visit Stamford Bridge Stadium, the home of Chelsea FC for over a century.
HMS Belfast is a ship-museum where you can discover how a 20th-century warship functioned in every aspect, from battles to medical…
Arsenal Emirates Stadium
Visit the home of Arsenal FC, the Emirates Stadium. Everything you can expect from one of the top stadiums in England.
Imperial War Museum
The IWM London is the first Imperial War Museum to open among the five currently active. A space dedicated to the history of conflicts…
Museum of London Docklands
Explore the history of the city’s port and docklands, their role in global trade and the British Empire at the Museum of London…
Green Park, the most peaceful and relaxing of all London Parks, is a local favourite for running under the shade of the trees and…
Considered one of the most prestigious art collections in London, the Wallace Collection is housed in a late-18th-century townhouse
Sir John Soane’s Museum
An essential for all architecture and fine art aficionados, Sir John Soane’s Museum is a wonderful house museum filled to the brim with…
Once the fastest clipper in existence, Cutty Sark is now a museum ship dedicated to 19th-century naval and merchant practices.
Sherlock Holmes Museum
Step into the world of Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes and discover the house where the fictional character lived and solved mysteries.
Green gardens, a royal palace, memorial monuments, and two art galleries make Kensington Gardens the perfect place for a sunny…
Meet hundreds of international celebrities and famous personalities at Madame Tussauds, London’s wax museum, founded almost 200 years…
The tallest skyscraper in London, The Shard, is an iconic part of the city's skyline and the best panoramic viewpoint. Climb to the top…
Known as the London Aquarium, the Sea Life Centre is a major family favourite in the city, with thousands of aquatic and marine…
Visit the football cathedral of England, the largest sports venue in the UK, Wembley Stadium.
London Transport Museum
Learn all about the intricacies and scientific breakthroughs of the city’s transport network at the London Transport Museum
Officially Elizabeth Tower but more commonly known as Big Ben, the clock tower of Westminster Palace is a world-famous landmark
National Portrait Gallery
One of the most peculiar museums in London, the National Portrait Gallery contains thousands of portraits depicting important British…
The Old Operating Theatre
The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret will take you back in time and show you the history of surgical procedures as they…
The Sky Garden is a stunning, publicly accessible panoramic viewpoint immersed in greenery, right in the centre of London.
Discover the world’s largest collection of British art spanning five centuries at the Tate Britain
Home to West Ham United, the London Stadium is a multi-purpose venue and an essential visit for all sports fans
Portobello Road Market
The world’s largest antique market is Portobello Road Market, in London’s Notting Hill. Stalls upon stalls of bric-a-brac,…
The biggest department store in Europe is Harrods. Eight floors of fine quality products and sumptuous decoration right in the heart of…
The best preserved Georgian townhouse in London, Apsley House, is both a lived-in residence and an art gallery.
Trafalgar Square is one of the busiest and most well-known squares in London and an important site for social gatherings and political…
The Monument to the Great Fire of London
The Monument to the Great Fire of London is a memorial column in Central London meant to commemorate the fire that destroyed the city…
Kensington Palace, still in use today as a British royal residence, is also a palace open to the public.
Changing of the Guard
Bearskin hats and red tunics - the Changing of the Guard, or Guard Mounting, is the famous guard handover ceremony at Buckingham…
London’s Science Museum is one of the most unique visits in the city, with interactive galleries, hands-on activities and displays for…
One of the most famous and biggest parks in London, Regent’s Park, is particularly beloved for its sports facilities and open-air…
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre is a recreation of the original 16th-century Globe playhouse, where Shakespeare brought dozens of his works…
St James’s Park
St James's Park, in the heart of ceremonial London, is one of the most well-known and the oldest of the Royal Parks in London
Borough Market is the most well-known speciality foods market in London and the perfect place to try out street food from all around…
Glass walkways and a feat of Victorian engineering wait for you inside London's most iconic landmark, Tower Bridge.
St Paul's Cathedral
One of the most important and biggest church buildings in the UK, St Paul’s Cathedral, offers breathtaking views over London
Home of the Prime Meridian and Time Zone 0, the Royal Observatory, Greenwich is one of the world’s most famous observatories
Victoria and Albert Museum
5,000 years of decorative arts and design are housed in over 12.5 acres of Victorian and modern buildings at the Victoria and Albert…
The Tate Modern is an unmissable stop in London’s museum scene, holding nearly 70,000 artworks of contemporary and modern art.
One of the most relevant museums in London, the National Gallery, holds hundreds of major masterpieces of western painting.
One of London’s most popular attractions and landmarks, the London Eye is a giant Ferris Wheel and panoramic viewpoint.
The UK Houses of Parliament, formally known as Westminster Palace, is one of the most iconic landmarks of London. A building with a…
The most famous junction in London, Piccadilly Circus is a major meeting point and tourist attraction, thanks to its architecture,…
One of the most important and largest museums in the world, the British Museum, is an unmissable visit when in London. Expect thousands…
One of the most famous and appreciated parks in London, Hyde Park is a historical and cultural landmark in the city, as well as a local…