London Attractions

Places to visit London

London is one of the leading cities in the world. The city boasts a rich history and is full of many attractions and destinations to visit during your stay. There is something for everyone, whether you want to relax in a park for the day or visit some historic museums, London is a never ending city of entertainment and opportunity. Here is a list of  London Attractions that can’t be missed during your stay in the United Kingdom.

Free Attractions

If you are looking for somewhere to spend your free time that costs little to no money then these places are for you. Here is a list of great London Attractions that won’t cost you a penny.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park

Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in London and is a Royal Park, famous for its traditional speakers corner. The Park is open all year round and covers 350 acres. If you are looking for a place to relax and enjoy the scenery, then Hyde Park is the place for you. It is open from 5am till 12am. There are also various memorials to visit during your visit including Diana Princess of Wales Memorial, London’s Holocaust Memorial and the 7th of July Memorial.

The park is an easily accessible destination with 5 underground stations located around the park. They are Hyde Park Corner, Knightsbridge, Queensway, Lancaster Gate and Marble Arch.

Enjoy a nice relaxing day out in the Park and enjoy some great scenery while you visit.

Tate Modern

Tate Modern

The Tate Modern is a modern and fresh art gallery for those with a keen interest in modern artistry. It’s Britain’s national gallery of International Modern Art and forms part of the ‘Tate Group’. The gallery is located in the former Bankside Power Station in the area of Southwark.

It holds the National Collection of British Art from 1900 until the present day and International modern and contemporary art. The Tate Modern is one of the most beloved art galleries in the United Kingdom and is one not to be missed.

Abbey Road

Abbey Road

Abbey Road is one of the most fantastic historical landmarks to come out of the 20th century. It is the famous crossing in which the band The Beatles crossed as part of their album ‘Abbey Road’. Fans of The Beatles will be able to walk in the famous footprints of the legendary band.

Educational Attractions

London offers a wide variety of historical buildings and museums to visit during your stay. Whether your interests includes historical artefacts about the Royal Family or Museums, London’s rich history means there is something for everyone. If you are interested in learning more about some great historical facts then these places are just for you. Here is a list of great educational London Attractions that shouldn’t be missed.

The British Museum

The British Museum

The British Museum is a great place to visit as it is dedicated to art, culture and human history. Visit the museum to learn more about historical facts from around the world. There are up to 8 million works and is among the largest and most comprehensive in existence. The museum was established in 1753 and made open to the public in 1759. If you are in the area, The British Museum shouldn’t be missed. Steeped in history, the museum is a fun and exciting look into the history of the world.

Tower of London

Tower of London

The Tower of London is a fantastic destination if you are interested in the British History involving the monarchy. The Tower of London which is located on the North bank of the River Thames in Central London. It was founded towards the end of 1066 and holds a lot of historical antiquities such as the crown jewels.

The Tower of London is one historical building you don’t want to miss out on. Experience a unique look at British history, visit this astounding building and take a tour of the tower to learn more about the Royal Family and the history of the tower, which used to be a prison until the early 20th century.

London Imperial War Museum

London War Imperial

The London Imperial War Museum is a place to visit for people that want to learn more about the history of Britain, and more specifically about the wars that have ravaged throughout history. A tour is offered around the museum to gain more knowledge on some the biggest wars in world history.

Take the tour of the London Imperial War museum if you are a fan of learning about various wars and pay respect to those that lost their lives in the tragic battles.

Something for Everyone

Warner Bros. Studio

Warner Bros

Warner Bros. Studio is home to some of the most beloved films in the world. Here you can take a tour of the set of Harry Potter, visiting different sets from the massively popular wizard series. Have fun on the tour around the film sets and then enjoy top class food to top your day off. Act out some of your favourite scenes from one of the most successful film series of all time. Jump on the Hogwarts Express and experience the journey of a lifetime through the wizardry world.

Madame Tussauds

Madam Tussauds

Madame Tussauds is a fun experience for people of any age. Take pictures with your favourite celebrities including Tom Hanks, Daniel Craig and even the Queen! with their realistic doubles and enjoy walking on sets of some of your favourite movies. Madame Tussauds is world famous with buildings that can be found around the world. The London Madame Tussauds is located on Marylebone Road.

London Eye

The London Eye

The London Eye is a world famous attraction located on the South Bank of the River Thames. There are 32 capsules each carrying 25 people, carrying 800 people at one time. Visit the London Eye to witness some of the most beautiful scenery as one a clear sunny day you can see up to a distance of 40km across London. Tickets should be booked online to receive the best deals.


There are countless ways to navigate around London to your destinations. The underground trains throughout the day starting from as early as 5.00am to 1.00am, meaning you are able to travel throughout the day to your destination. If the underground tubes aren’t what you need, then the over ground trains into and out of London run at frequent times running until the late evening. Buses and taxi’s are also available if the train service isn’t what you are looking for. London possesses great public transport making easier to travel.


If it is food and drink you are looking for, London boasts a wide range of different restaurants with culinary delights from every corner of the world. If you are looking for Chinese styled food, why not visit London’s popular Chinatown, which is located near Leicester Square, and features some fantastic Chinese Styled restaurants.

Another one of London’s best, is Borough Market, this location is full of various takeaway options catering to all sorts of needs. This cheap but pleasant market offers the chance to try the food before you buy it.

These London Attractions are some of the most famous landmarks in the city. Enjoy days out in London and take advantage of the beautiful and cultural sights the city has to offer.