One of the world’s great tourist destinations, London attractions range from royal palaces such as Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London and Hampton Court Palace, to fun-filled visitor exhibitions and places of interest such as London Aquarium, London Dungeon, London Zoo and Madame Tussaud’s.
Book tickets to a world-class range of events at some of London’s top museums and galleries.
Enjoy classic dining onboard the Bateaux Thames River cruises for lunch or dinner, a Fortnum and Mason or Grosvenor House Hotel Afternoon Tea, a regal British feast at a Medieval Banquet or the exquisite English experience of Porter’s Restaurant in Covent Garden.
Explore the city of London with a range of great Sightseeing tours including a circular River Cruise along the Thames from the London Eye, a Hop On Hop Off-Red River Rover, the spooky Jack The Ripper Tour and The Original Tour – the most popular bus sightseeing tour operator in London.
London’s brand new attraction for 2013 – The View from the Shard sees the tallest building in Western Europe open up floors 68, 69 and 72 for visitors to experience truly spectacular, exhilarating 360° views of London.
Up at The O2 is the exhilarating new outdoor challenge in London that offers a a completely unique perspective on the Capital. Over 90 minutes experience an uplifting guided expedition across the roof of The O2 in Greenwich and enjoy a spectacular 360 degree view of London from the observation platform.
Visit the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London and explore the magic of the Harry Potter™ films in “The Making of Harry Potter”, going behind-the-scenes to experience the beautiful sets, costumes, props, animatronics and special effects of the Harry Potter movies.
London is a compact city that can only really be discovered by walking its streets. Experience the incredible history of London by taking a guided walking tour of the city, including Theatreland Walking Tours.
The Society of London Theatre is bringing back its programme of Theatreland Walking Tours this summer.
Hampton Court Palace is actually two palaces in one: a Tudor palace magnificently developed by Cardinal Wolsey and later Henry VIII, alongside a baroque palace built by William III and Mary II.