London Days Out
London Zoo is an extremely popular day out in London and was voted 'Best Tourism Experience 2010" in the Visit London Awards. Families, couples, groups, young and old can expect to see a variety of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fishes and invertebrates in this large and world famous zoo.
The British Museum
The British Museum presents free entry to its visitors and displays a variety of artefacts, world art collections and informative educational facts.
Greenwich is the perfect day out in London with so much on offer. The Royal Observatory is home to Greenwich Meantime. Visitors are advised to take a photo on the Meridian Line, which divides the eastern and western hemispheres and is the point at which every destination around the globe is measured from. The Planetarium and largest telescope in the UK are also must see experiences here. The National Maritime Museum presents interesting facts and features and The Queens House offers a stunning venue for weddings and events. It also displays a beautiful collection of fine art. After a complete tour of Greenwich, visitors can relax in Greenwich Park, which presents stunning views across London.
Madame Tussauds is the world famous museum hosting celebrity wax work figures. Visitors can observe these creative figures and take photographs with their past and present idols.
The Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum offers free entry to all its guests and features an impressive dinosaur exhibition. The building itself is truly magnificent with impressive architecture. During the Christmas festive period, ice skating is available on the ice rink situated outside the grounds of the museum, which is an increasingly popular winter London attraction.
London Sightseeing Original Open Bus Tour
Experience the best of London aboard the original tour's famous red open-top buses. London's most popular sightseeing tour offers its guests the ultimate introduction to the capital and includes entertaining English-speaking guides, an unrivalled fleet of superb modern busses, three main routes, two of which offer full multi-lingual commentary, 3 fascinating free walk tours, a fantastic free Thames Hop-on Hop-off river cruise pass, and an exclusive Kid's Club. All hop-on hop-off tickets are valid for 24 hours across over 80 conveniently located stops.
Sea Life London Aquarium
Sea Life London Aquarium is an unbelievable underwater world experience for all to enjoy. The Aquarium is divided into 14 themed zones offering a vast array of species, sharks, fish and plants. A new popular feature for 2011 includes the Penguins Ice Adventure.
Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Palace provides a fun filled day out for all the family. With so much on offer, visitors can enjoy the world famous maze and stunning gardens that the palace presents. Costume tours are available and visitors can view the Tudor kitchens, the Chapel Royal, the Triumphs of Caesar, Henry VIII exhibition, The Great Hall and the Ghost Trail.
The London Dungeons
The London Dungeons is a unique and enjoyable experience of educational horror stories, presented through live shows and scary rides. Jack The Ripper is a new 2011 addition to The London Dungeons and seasonal Halloween events are always popular with locals and tourists.
London is home to some impressive Theatres, which present shows from famous musicals and films. Whether you enjoy opera, ballet, music, dance or horror, theatre productions are an incredibly popular choice for both locals and tourists in London.
River Thames Cruise
River Thames Cruises are an ideal way to see the sights of London in a relaxing and laid back manner. Departure piers include Westminster, London Eye, Greenwich and Tower pier. Cruises vary in length and times of day and many offer lunch and dinner experiences. If departing or arriving in Greenwich, be sure to visit the Meridian Line, The National Maritime Museum and Greenwich Park.
A stunning gallery presenting some eye-catching International and modern art. Entry is free to its visitors who are sure to appreciate this wide collection of modern art and variety of exhibitions that the Tate Modern hosts.
Tip: Some London attractions and places of interest have their own road signs which are always brown in colour, so look out for these whilst touring around!