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The Warner Bros. Studio Tour is an absolute must for fans of the Harry Potter series of books and films. Go behind the scenes to discover the secrets behind ...
Access over 80 attractions including a hop-on-hop-off bus tour, while saving money. Visit cultural treasures like The Tower of London and Westminster Abbey. ...
The world of Harry Potter awaits. Explore the extravagant sets and props that helped bring the magic to life in the Warner Bros. films at the studio where Ho...
Zip around London town like a local on one of the city's iconic double-decker buses. Hop off to explore the city's historic sights and iconic architecture on...
Fly high above the slow-moving waters of the Thames for a bird's-eye vantage point over London's historical landmarks and modern architecture. Take in far-re...
Kick up your travel-weary feet with a first-class relaxation experience in the Plaza Premium Lounge. This peaceful oasis offers a convenient escape from the ...
From the sky-high views at the London Eye to the underwater magic at SEA LIFE London Aquarium, the life-like wax celebrities at Madame Tussauds London, the d...
Experience the best of London's attractions and charm-filled areas from the open-air top of a comfortable, double-decker bus. Plan your own itinerary and exp...
Step into the magical world of Harry Potter with a behind-the-scenes look at film sets, props, and costumes at Warner Bros. Studios in London. Scope out trea...
Step into the spotlight at Madame Tussauds London, the home of famous fun in the capital and of course, where the storey began! Star in immersive experiences...
One of Britain’s treasured national symbols, home of the bells which can be heard ringing across the heart of the capital every 15 minutes.
The official residence of Queen Elizabeth II as well as the lavish home of the British monarchy for nearly two centuries.
An observation wheel in the heart of the capital which offers visitors captivating views over London and beyond on a clear day.
A historic square marking the British victory at the battle of Trafalgar, in front of the National Gallery and St. Martin-in-the-Fields.
A dazzling London hub with its brightly lit advertising hoardings are a recognisable icon of the city known around the globe.
One of London’s most famous bridges, an icon of the city through the ages, situated right beside the historic Tower of London.
A historic place of worship and a venue for royal events dating back centuries, as well as England’s most iconic piece of religious architecture.
One of the world’s most famous concert venues, dedicated by Queen Victoria to the memory of her beloved husband, Prince Albert, who died of typhoid in 1861.
A lush Royal Park that’s the perfect stop-off during a sightseeing tour round London’s major landmarks. Great for soaking up the sun on a warm day.
The UK’s national gallery for international modern art, housed in a former power station next to the Thames and currently drawing around 4.7 million visitors a year.
What started out as a 'cabinet of curiosities' is now home to nearly eight million artefacts, collected from around the world.
Shop, dine and drink at this pedestrian-only street made famous the world over by musicians and socialites during the Swinging London era of the 1960s.
Spend an afternoon discovering this famous shopping street, home to the world’s oldest toy shop and high-end boutiques.
Shop for fresh produce, fine cheeses, flowers and many other items in one of the oldest covered markets in London.
Old-world lanterns and tributes to Blake and Shakespeare add a literary layer to this green knoll, which has one of London’s six protected viewpoints.
Attend a spectacular production in the large domed auditorium of this celebrated institution with a rich and eclectic theatrical history.
Sit on a bench and admire the magnificent architecture that surrounds this leafy square situated in one of London’s most handsome districts.
Discover memorial gardens, art galleries and historic buildings and admire the winding River Thames from this arched bridge.
Check out old posters and maps, see models of London’s 19th-century transport systems and watch your kids guide a Tube train through a simulator.
Escape the hustle and bustle of city life with a trip to this scenic park in the heart of London.
Relax in the two vast parks and visit the museum and various monuments that honor the first Duke of Wellington.
Take a tour of the historic palace, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s official residence in London, and enjoy a stroll around the peaceful surrounding gardens.
One of the largest bronze sculptures in Europe tops a victory arch marking the battle that ended the Napoleonic Wars. Venture inside for exhibits and views.
Delve into British politics at this historic complex, the meeting place of the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
Bring your family to the adjacent gardens and playground of this Gothic masterpiece that plays a key role in the U.K.’s parliamentary history.
Peer down over London from the summit of the tower and examine the intricate mosaics and exquisite marble designs of the cathedral interior.
Attend fascinating talks, see acclaimed shows and enjoy lunch at this concrete playhouse in the vibrant South Bank area.
Visit this grassy plaza for a view of Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and other historic structures that are synonymous with London.
Marvel at the graceful movements of the ballerinas on stage and hear the sweet music of the orchestra in a theater that has been popular since the 1700s.
Less crowded than neighboring St. James’s Park, this triangular grassy space is known for its pretty walking paths and mature trees.
Stroll along the Ladies Bridge for some of the best views in London and go for dinner in the vibrant South Bank area.
Watch internationally acclaimed musicals, attend live music performances and learn about the rich history of this Grade II-listed West End theater.
Admire the intricate sculptures on this grand three-arched monument, which is modeled on Rome’s Arch of Constantine.
Watch acclaimed performances of world-famous musicals at this art deco-style venue set in the heart of London’s animated theater district.
This grand structure marks the entrance to the Mall and was commissioned by King Edward VII as a memorial to his mother Queen Victoria.
Thrill to London's eclectic nightlife in one of its most famous locations, a vibrant square that's been an entertainment hub since the 19th century.
This affluent area is home to some of London’s most exclusive shops, as well as a regal palace and gardens.
Come to this street to see how traditional Bengali groups share the spotlight with the hipsters, trendsetters and fashion models of London.
Peruse the jewelry, designer brands and antiques on display in the upscale boutiques and elegant arcades of London’s prime shopping street.
Shop until you drop, sample food from around the world and attend live music events at the colorful markets of Camden Town.
Experience the creatively charged atmosphere of Camden Town as you walk along this street packed with bars, restaurants, markets and music venues.
Get tips from traders and browse the artisanal food and healthy smoothies packing the stalls of this London stalwart that dates back more than 1,000 years.
Browse upmarket boutiques and dine in upscale restaurants in this grandiose building, which once functioned as a center of trade.
Peruse an assortment of antiques and artworks, including armory and French 18th-century paintings, across 25 galleries of this national museum.
Admire a Japanese-style garden, stroll through quiet woodland and watch open-air theater and opera productions in summer at this beautiful public park.
The founder of Harvard University was baptized in this oldest Gothic church in London. Marvel at its stained glass and opulent chapels.
In the heart of London’s lively West End district is this 19th-century theater, which has a year-round schedule of popular musicals.
Part of a 16th-century estate with ties to the English Civil War, this park has a range of grasslands, meadows and gardens straddling the River Thames.
Relish the bohemian vibe in this niche indoor market, which features an assortment of stalls and restaurants.
From antiques, arts and crafts sellers to a superb food court and live music, this market buzzes with energy 7 days a week.
Tour the grounds, watch international cricket matches and learn about the historic sporting events held at this well-known cricket stadium.
Relive the lives of children through the ages via collections of toys, games and puppets at this quirky museum.
Discover an eclectic schedule of art, cinema, dance, music and theater events at one of the largest performing arts centers in Europe.
Cross this steel suspension bridge for spectacular views of the River Thames and other iconic London attractions.
Enjoy views of the boats in this dockland area while visiting one of the tallest structures in the U.K.’s capital city.
Marvel at symbolic and cultural carvings adorning the façade and halls of this neo-Gothic masterpiece and browse eclectic art exhibitions.
Investigate the decks and hull of this handsome 19th-century wooden sailing ship, the last remaining tea clipper in the world.
Browse collections of historic monetary artifacts as you take an educational journey through the 300-year-old history of the Bank of England.
Glean fascinating insights into the U.K.’s naval heritage when you tour this Royal Navy cruiser, which saw action in World War II.
Rise above the hustle and bustle of London’s streets and join flamingos and other birds in these tranquil themed roof gardens.
See life-size wax sculptures of Hollywood celebrities, historical figures and sporting stars at this famous wax museum in London.
Known for its association with a well-known nursery rhyme, this iconic bridge has existed in various forms for more than 2,000 years.
Spot the former homes of Winston Churchill, Harry Gordon Selfridge and fictional character Bertie Wooster in this affluent plaza containing some of the city’s oldest trees.
One of London’s largest parks was once a royal hunting ground and is now a popular place to enjoy pretty flower displays, live music and superb city views.
Ascend to the observation deck of one of the tallest skyscrapers in Europe for unparalleled views of the London cityscape.
Follow in the aristocratic footsteps of the Chelsea elite, with a trip to the historic theater and swanky department stores surrounding this tree-lined square.
Explore the wonders of the natural world for free in this fascinating museum. Learn about dinosaurs, creatures of the deep, our planet’s interior and much more.
This historic market is an explosion of color, from brightly painted houses to displays of antiques and garments among more than 1,000 stalls.
Marvel at the sanctuary of foliage and colorful flowers and barter with the vendors in this lively and historic market.
Browse upscale items in independent stores and people-watch from a café in this historic and fashion-conscious part of the city.
Enjoy a few drinks on a pub terrace overlooking the river next to one of London’s oldest working river crossings.
Jousting, archery and cricket are woven into the rich history of this active park, enclosed by some of Richmond’s most historic buildings.
Browse the elegant fronts of the luxury retail stores and learn the history of the city’s oldest purpose-built commercial gallery.
Admire the charming two-story shops that flank this roofed colonnade, known for its silver antiques, designer brands and delicious macarons.
Learn about the fictional detective at one of the world’s most famous addresses and admire the period décor from the 19th century.
Discover the role of the Household Cavalry, a mounted and prestigious regiment of the British Army that acts as the bodyguard of the Royal Family.
Marvel at the otherworldly design of this space-age tower that plays a key role in finance, international risk management and insurance.
Iconic landmarks, a world-famous theater district, lively nightlife zones and superb shopping and art museums await in the heart of England’s capital city.
See cultural exhibits, relax in the Champagne bar and visit Platform 9 and 3/4 in this international hub that connects London to mainland Europe.
Find some of London’s best shopping, famous auction houses and five-star hotels in this London neighborhood surrounded by pretty parks.
Wander around London’s financial district in the scenic docklands with the tallest skyscrapers in the city. They are home to some of the world’s biggest companies.
Relax in the stunning park with a view of the palace, explore the upscale high street and visit the galleries and museums of this affluent neighborhood.
Explore the lovely canals and intriguing architecture of this historic neighborhood made famous by a fictional bear from Peru.
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