Thirty-five of the most famous landmarks in London that every tourist should try and see during their holiday – everything from Big Ben to Buckingham Palace.
Here’s a list of family-friendly attractions that make great days out with kids – everything from zoos and museums, to boat rides and open-top sightseeing buses.
It’s not easy choosing which attractions to see and which ones to skip, so we’re going to help you narrow it down with this big bucket list of the best places to visit.
London has some of the finest art collections in the world, and popular galleries like the National Gallery, Tate Modern and Tate Britain are completely free.
There are hundreds of museums in London so we’ve picked the Top 50. The big four are the British Museum, Natural History Museum, Science Museum and V&A.
Downing Street is home to the Prime Minister, Parliament is home to the government, and the other political departments are centred around Whitehall.
Every tourist who comes to London has to visit Buckingham Palace, but did you know that there are five more Royal palaces worth seeing in the capital?
Changing the Guard is one of the must-see attractions on every tourist’s itinerary, but did you know that three more events take place every day in London?
These tourist attractions span 1,000 years of history, from the Norman White Tower right up to the underground bunker that Churchill used during the Blitz.
The River Thames runs right through the centre of the city so our sightseeing boats are a great way to spot some landmarks whilst sailing up to Tower Bridge.
Catching an open-top sightseeing bus is one of the most popular things to do in London. But how about catching a boat up the river instead?
Whatever kind of music you’re into London will have a venue for it: from huge rock arenas and intimate little concert venues, to classical music halls.
London’s theatre district is centred around the West End, where you’ll find everything playing from big Broadway musicals to one of Shakespeare’s plays.
Christopher Wren built fifty-one churches after the Great Fire of 1666, including the spectacular St. Paul’s – but Westminster Abbey is even more historic.
London is a fantastic shopping destination. We’ve got packed high streets, street markets and luxurious department stores like Harrods and Fortnum & Mason.
London’s history stretches all the way back to Roman times, and we’ve still got a few street names and squares that date back to before the Great Fire of London.
There are so many free attractions in London that you could spend an entire week over here and not spend anything on entry fees. Here’s our pick of the best ones.
London has some of the tallest skyscrapers in Europe, giving brave tourists a spectacular view of the city’s skyline from their observation floors.
London has four huge Royal parks that are practically in the centre of the city, and there are several surrounding hills that give you a great view of the skyline.
If you’re in London for a five days or more then you’ll have plenty of time for one of these popular day trips, and visit an attraction further away from London.