A famous feature on the London skyline, the Coca Cola London Eye towers 443 feet(135m) above Westminster, one of the city’s most bustling districts. Located on the vibrant South Bank of the River Thames, jump on for a ride that will take you high above the city and offers some spectacular views of the capital’s most iconic sights – stretching from the Houses of Parliament to St Paul’s Cathedral.
See one of the greatest treasures in Britain, the Crown Jewels! Explore the historic castle of London’s kings and queens, the Tower of London, meet the ravens that legend says hold the fate of the capital in their choice of residence, and discover intriguing tales from London’s past! You’ll be guided around by one of the Yeoman Warders, affectionately known as Beefeaters, tasked with protecting the Tower.
One of London’s most iconic structures, Tower Bridge spans the Thames just beside the Tower of London, so you can easily explore two classic London attractions in a day. Take the tour and learn the history of the bridge, admire the views from the high walkways then descend into the base of the bridge to find out how it all works.
Head to the top of the tallest building in Western Europe in super-fast lifts and see London from 1,003 feet(306m) high. The observatory deck is made of all glass (don't look down if you're afraid of heights) and provides 360 degree views of the city. London’s iconic sights are laid out beneath you – and, if you visit at night, you’ll see the city from a whole new perspective!
One of the most impressive historic places to visit in London, the gothic spires of Westminster Abbey are a sight to behold. It’s been the centrepiece of royal ceremonies for centuries, from coronations to royal weddings and funerals. Step inside and explore the magnificent interior, from the vaulted ceilings and coronation chair to the tombs of kings and famous poets.
Big Ben is among the best known of London’s famous landmarks. A Victorian clock tower, it forms part of the Palace of Westminster, home to the Houses of Parliament, the seat of the British Government. You’ll discover in no time that ‘Big Ben’ is really the name of the enormous bell inside along, which you’ll hear chiming on the hour. Take a Parliament Tour to find out more.
Filled with remarkable objects dating back centuries including the Rosetta Stone, the British Museum tells the epic tale of human history, art and culture. See wonders from ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome and South Africa, along with talks and special exhibitions. Best of all, it’s one of the many free things to do in London!
See the paintings and sculptures of the great masters from Michaelangelo to Holbein, Caravaggio to Monet at London’s National Gallery, and an incredible collection of modern and historic portraits at the National Portrait Gallery. These majestic buildings, both of which are free attractions, sit side by side on Trafalgar Square and make for a fantastic afternoon of cultural indulgence.
London’s West End shows are known the world over for their spectacle, variety and sense of humour. From plays to musicals you’ll find it all here, whether that’s classic musicals such as Les Misérables, Phantom of the Opera and Mamma Mia or the more recent hits like Hamilton, there’s something for everyone!
Step into the world of Harry Potter and see the sets, costumes and props that were used in the iconic Harry Potter films. Relive the magic with your favourite wizards, witches and muggles and make sure you try the famous butterbeer!