Top London Attractions

London Dungeon

London Dungeon

This is London at its darkest. Over 1000 years of gore, fear, disease and some of the worst murders ever recorded. Think you’re not the scared type? Think again! Read more >
Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

You really cannot visit London without seeing this. Built in 1894 with twin towers and a walkway you can use viewing London’s rooftops. Read more >
London Eye

London Eye

The London Eye, also known as the Millennium Wheel is the largest observation wheel in the world. Standing at 135 meters, on a clear day you can see 25 miles outside the city limits. Read more >
St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral

One of the most famous and most recognisable sights of London, beautiful and breathtaking, St Paul’s held its first service in 1697 and continues to this day. Read more >
Old Operating Theatre

Old Operating Theatre

Stealing bodies to order, digging up the recent dead…that’s what we did in the name of anatomy. View the real tools of the trade used to cut and dissect bodies. Read more >
Vinopolis

Vinopolis

Get spoilt for choice at this stunning London location whether it be wine or whisky Vinopolis has over 15 years of experience and thousands of wines from all over the world. Read more >
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Watch the very best of Shakespeare's plays at this Elizabethan playhouse, located on the south bank of the River Thames. Read more >
Millennium Bridge

Millennium Bridge

Taking two years to build and two days to close because it wobbled. ‘The Wobbly Bridge’ cost £18.5 million and re-opened two years later a lot sturdier. Watch it wobble... Read more >
The Tate Modern

The Tate Modern

A former power station turned into a modern art gallery. That’s art within art! From Dali to Picasso, Matisse and Rothko, the Tate houses it all. Read more >
Tower Of London

Tower Of London

Murders, torture and many hangings. You can feel history as you explore this ancient castle and fortress. See the exquisite selection of our Kings and Queens’s jewels. Read more >
Borough Market

Borough Market

Cheese, Game, Meats, Cakes and Wines, Borough Market has a huge choice of fresh produce. Next to the Thames and Southwark Cathedral this is a place you should not miss. Read more >
Imperial War Museum

Imperial War Museum

Opened in 1920, the museum is housed in the once Bethlem Psychiatric Hospital. The museum’s collections include official war documents, photos, films, military vehicles, aircraft and art. Read more >