Big Ben & The Houses of Parliament
Big Ben is one of London's most iconic and recognisable landmarks. The clock strikes each hour and hosts enormous celebrations on the eve of the New Year, gathering many locals and tourists to welcome in the New Year with a spectacular fireworks desplay. The Houses of Parliament also incorporates The House of Commons, The House of Lords and Westminster Hall, providing its visitors with viewing opportunities.
Tower Bridge is possible the world's most famous bascule bridge. Visitors can cross the bridge by foot or transport, observe the opening and closing of the bridge and visit the Tower Bridge exhibition, based inside the Tower itself.
The London Eye is a unique and iconic attraction that offers spectacular views across London and forms part of London's incredible skyline. Visitors can sit and enjoy a 30 minute tour in one of its capsules and admire this magnificent structure and the stunning views it presents.
This remarkable Palace is home to Her Majesty The Queen. Visitors can view the changing of the guards and surrounding exterior. Additional attractions include viewings of the internal state rooms and special exhibitions. A popular exhibition in the Summer of 2011 included viewing the stunning wedding dress worn by The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton.
Westminster Abbey is a stunningly breathtaking Abbey, which was host to the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Westminster Abbey offers a range of guided and audio tour options to its visitors.
St Paul's Cathedral
St Paul's Cathedral is a stunning monument that stands out from the rest due to its amazing dome shaped architecture. Tours are also available to view St Paul's spectacular interior.
Tower of London
The Tower of London features some impressive and popular attractions, including the Crown Jewels, Medieval Palace and the White Tower.
Trafalgar Square is home to Nelson's Column, the iconic black lion statues and an impressive water fountain, which draws crowds of tourist and locals every day!
The Millennium Bridge is a pedestrian only walkway bridge that crosses the River Thames, offering spectacular views and a unique walking experience in London.
Piccadilly Circus is a busy circular junction in the heart of London, featuring eye-catching video screens and advertising, using neon lights. Theatres, shops, restaurants and the Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain surround this famous junction.