When it comes to spending some time in London you aren’t short of options for attractions and activities to enjoy on your day out. Couples, singles, and families can all find something to enjoy.
Children will also find a lot of places to visit in London that are kid-friendly. Experience underwater life at the SEALIFE London Aquarium or discover science and technology at the Science Museum. Both places are great for a fun family day out in London.
London has many iconic places to see, including museums, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and Buckingham Palace, just to name a few.
Take a ride on one of the 32 glass capsules of the London Eye and enjoy some of London’s most iconic landmarks. Enjoy spectacular 360-degree views of the Thames as the capsule slowly rotates.
Discover the magic of the Harry Potter films with a behind-the-scenes tour at Warner Bros. The Making of Harry Potter Studio Tour London. View the sets, costumes, and props used in the Harry Potter films, as well as Dumbledore’s office, Hagrid’s hut, and the Great Hall. It’s a must-see!
A Yeoman Warder will show you around the world’s most famous building, the Tower of London. Discover the history of this 900-year-old palace, prison, jewel house, and zoo! Take in the views from the White Tower, make your way through a medieval king’s bedchamber, and admire the Crown Jewels.
The London Eye hop-on hop-off bus tour with Golden Tours.
A hop-on, hop-off tour of London is the perfect way to make the most of your trip. You can hop on and off the sightseeing buses as often as you’d like, and spot iconic sights with a live guide. The London Eye, Buckingham Palace, and St Paul’s Cathedral are some of the attractions you’ll see along the way.
From the Greenwich Peninsula and the Royal Docks, the Emirates Air Line cable car offers stunning views of the city, departing every 30 seconds. Take a scenic flight that lasts five to ten minutes depending on the time of day and see the sights by day or at night.
Exhibitions connected to London’s social and cultural history are held at the London Transport Museum. There are over 80 vehicles inside the museum, including the world’s first steam train and a red Routemaster bus dating back 200 years. The museum also has some great artwork and posters.
Experience a unique perspective of London’s iconic skyline from high above, with views that stretch as far as 40 miles (64km). View landmarks such as the London Eye, St Paul’s Cathedral, and Wembley Stadium from the observation deck of western Europe’s tallest building, located 800ft (244m) up.
At SEA LIFE London, you can experience the deep blue sea up close. At the aquarium, you can see 400 species of fish, including sharks, stingrays, moray eels, and clownfish. Take the “shark walk” in the glass and witness green sea turtles in their natural habitat. Watch daily talks and feeding times for more information.
The Adventures of Shrek! It’s a family-friendly journey through Shrek’s world. Visit 10 live shows featuring fairytale themes, and experience Shrek’s swamp and a mirror maze with Donkey as your guide.
The famous faces of the world are on display at Madame Tussauds. In addition to meeting influential figures from showbiz, sport, and politics, you’ll meet royalty. Experience the majesty of the Queen, pose with Usain Bolt, and get up close with One Direction. These activities and attractions are all great additions to your next day out in London. So, what are you waiting for? Why not book a few today?