Attractions in London
If you know that you are going to go to an Attraction on a specific date, it
is often much cheaper to purchase your ticket online in advance. This
way, not only can you save up to 50% of the price, you will also be able
to avoid the ticket purchase queue when you arrive and join the (usually
shorter) prepaid ticket queue.
If you are looking for a specific Attraction, then use our A
to Z index.
If you are looking for something to do at a specific place, then look up
the Town on our Search box at the top. Attractions in the locality will then
When booking Attractions, It is well worth comparing
different Agents as well as direct booking through the Attraction's
tickets for example
has a wide range of tickets for different venues. Lastminute.com also
has some great deals on Theme Park entrance tickets. Often, the Agent's
Ticket price is cheaper than the official website! If you take Legoland as
an example, you can purchase the tickets direct from the Legoland
tickets and from lastminute.com.
All of them will have different offers at different times and the only
way to know is to check all three. Subscribers to our Newsletter will
be kept up to date of offers that we hear about, so if you are not subscribed,
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When booking online, you can now pay online and
then print out a ticket at home which will have a barcode. This can be scanned
at the prepaid ticket booth at the attraction, saving time and queueing.
Before you book, however, check the dates. Some venues allow booking on the
morning of the visit. Others may require longer.
Are you looking for a treat for someone special? Days To Amaze has unique
and unusual gift experiences from driving Ferraris, flying Helicopters to relaxing
Pamper and Spa days available at venues nationwide.
The London Pass is the ultimate complement to a London sightseeing trip, offering FREE entry to over 55 of the best London tourist attractions with one affordable ticket.
As well as free entry, the London Pass gets you freebies and discounts at loads of restaurants, shops and entertainment options around the city, plus at many tourist attractions it allows you to skip the queues.
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BA London Eye
The British Airways London Eye is the world's tallest observation wheel at 135m high. Located on the banks of the River Thames it offers unrivalled views over London.
nearby Theme Parks
Theme park for children of all ages!
Apsley House & Wellington Arch
Apsley House, home of the first Duke of Wellington and his descendants, stands right in the heart of London at Hyde Park Corner.
Benjamin Franklin House
In the heart of London, just steps from famed Trafalgar Square, is Benjamin Franklin House, the world's only remaining Franklin home.
Buckingham Palace has served as the official London residence of Britain's sovereigns since 1837.
Hampton Court Palace
For almost 200 years, Hampton Court Palace was at the centre of court life, politics and national history.
HM Tower of London
One of the most famous buildings in the world, the Tower of London was constructed in the 11th century - almost a 1,000 years ago.
Houses of Parliament
During the Summer Opening, UK residents and overseas visitors can buy tickets to tour Parliament.
At Kensington Palace, a Royal Residence for over 300 years, you can see magnificent State Apartments and the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection, including dresses worn by HM Queen Elizabeth II.
The London Dungeon combines real history, horror and humour to bring gruesome events back to life in the 21st century. Live actors, a terrifying boat ride, shows and special effects transport you back to London's gory past.
Shakespeare's Globe Exhibition
Open all year round, Shakespeare’s Globe Exhibition is the world’s largest exhibition devoted to Shakespeare and the London in which he lived and worked.
St Paul's Cathedral
A Cathedral dedicated to St Paul has overlooked the City of London since 604AD, a constant reminder to this great commercial centre of the importance of the spiritual side of life.
Natural History Museum
Welcome to the Natural History Museum. We promote the discovery, understanding, enjoyment, and responsible use of the natural world.
Bringing science to life, and life to science... welcome to the Science Museum
Victoria and Albert Museum
The purpose of the Victoria and Albert Museum is to enable everyone to enjoy its collections and explore the cultures that created them; and to inspire those who shape contemporary design.
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
Visitors to the Museum are invited to explore the game’s evolution from a garden party pastime to a multi-million dollar professional sport played world-wide.
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Afternoon London Tour
London was built along the shores of the Thames 2,000 years ago – what better way to experience the city than to travel along its river on a Thames River Cruise.
An Evening Panoramic Tour of London
An opportunity to see, hear and feel the vibrancy, which is London. As the working day draws to an end and the lights are switched on to reflect the London that never sleeps.
Bateaux London Dining Cruises
Bateaux London is recognised as London’s leading operator of Thames restaurant cruises offering lunch and dinner cruises on the River Thames.
Big Bus Company
The Big Bus is quite simply the BEST way to see and enjoy London - conveniently, inexpensively and unforgettably!
Blood and Tears Walk
The walk took years of research and covers sites connected with London's dark past including places associated with grave robbers, serial killers (including Jack the Ripper), secret tunnels, witchcraft and conspiracy.
Catamaran Cruisers River Sightseeing
Catamaran Cruisers offers the best sightseeing cruises on the River Thames with a fleet of six vessels, including radically-designed all-glass trimaran with capacity for 380 people.
A visit to the London Aquarium will take you on an underwater journey through the streams and rivers of the UK to the dark depths of the Atlantic.
Set in leafy Regent’s Park amongst heritage-listed buildings and beautiful gardens, London Zoo is a great excuse for a big day out.
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Queen's Gallery - Buckingham Palace
The first exhibition of Italian art in the Royal Collection for over 40 years brings together 90 paintings and 85 drawings from royal palaces and residences across Britain.
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
Kew Gardens is a World Heritage Site located in 121 hectares of stunning vistas and 6 magnificent glasshouses set in a beautiful landscape beside the River Thames between Richmond and Kew in south-west London.
Madame Tussauds invites you to experience what it is like to be famous as you join a host of the world’s hottest celebrities. With exciting interactive attractions running throughout the year, there’s always something different happening.
One of the finest working stables in existence, the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace provides a unique opportunity for visitors to see the work of the Royal Household department.