Attractions and Royal London
Discover 1000 years of Royal British History at the Tower. Currently home to the Crown Jewels and guarded by the famous Beefeaters the Tower of London is a must for any London sightseeing itinerary
This Iconic landmark houses the British Houses of Parliament. Famous for the Bell in St Stephens?s tower called Big Ben. For great pictures take a stroll over Westminster Bridge
Built to commemorate the new millennium, the London Eye offers the best view of London and all its historical landmarks. The best time to take this ride is at dusk when you can see London in daylight and as it lights up.
The official London residence of the Queen. Famous for the changing of the guard. Speak to our team about the best viewing spot and the days that the changing of the guard takes place.
Designed by London?s most famous architect, Sir Christopher Wren and built on the site of a former bakery which caught fire sparking the great Fire of London. Monument is a place to get the best view of Sir Christopher Wren?s greatest achievement, the Dome of St Pauls
Built with some controversy at the turn of last century to provide another crossing of the Thames. Check with our team at what time the bridge opens each day to allow boats access to the pool of London.
Famous for flat number 10 and its black door, the official residence to the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Whilst security prevents access these days it is still possible to catch sight of number 10 from Whitehall.
The former home of the Princess Diana of Wales. This palace is partially open to the public displaying dresses worn by the people?s princess. The rest of the palace is the London Residence of William and Kate the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their family
The original wax works opened during the French revolution. Catch up with the rich and famous figures of today. Our insider tip is to take the scary tour of the dungeons.
This iconic landmark of London rose after the great fire. It defied the blitz and continues to dominate London?s skyline today. The venue for the wedding of Charles and Diana, and the Funerals of Britain?s Great War time hero?s Churchill and Nelson. This majestic building is stepped in History the view from the top of the dome is well worth the climb and it allows you to pass through the whispering gallery on the way. For a great photo head towards Tate modern and you will get a great shot from the middle so the Thames on the millennium bridge.
Just access the road from the Palace of Westminster. This iconic Abby was the venue of the Wedding of William and Kate. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Housing the historic Coronation Chair that has been used by every British Monarch since 1296. Watch out where you stand though as each step you will see famous names of a bygone era buried beneath your feet
Not as well-known as its counterpart at Buckingham Palace, The changing of the Queen?s Horse Guard is well worth seeing. Located at the end of the Mall this is the venue for the trooping of the colour on the first Saturday very June.
This heart racing view of life in Victorian London gives you a historical yet entertaining perspective of London