The National Gallery

The National Gallery

You can find hundreds of the most famous, beautiful and challenging paintings in the world at the National Gallery. Discover inspiring art by Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Titian, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Turner, Monet and Van Gogh.
The British Museum

The British Museum

One of the biggest and finest museums in the world, the British Museum is home to some of the most treasured historical artefacts in existence. The extensive exhibition include the Rosetta Stone, Assyrian treasures, the Egyptian mummies and the museum's spectacular, light-filled Great Court. A new restaurant has recently been opened in the Great Court; an ideal spot for afternoon tea under the magnificent roof. There are also free tours and guides to take advantage of at the museum.
Madame Tussauds London

Madame Tussauds London

With more than 300 wax figures, the Marvel Super Heroes 4D movie experience and Spirit of London Taxi Ride, there's plenty to entertain at Madame Tussauds London. The uncannily lifelike wax figures of famous (and infamous) individuals from throughout history are, of course, the highlight, with everyone from Johnny Depp and One Direction to The Queen and Muhammad Ali making an appearance.
The London Story - The River

The London Story - The River

Take a trip down the river with Pier Controller Alan from Westminster to Greenwich Pier, looking out for London’s most iconic sights along the way. Watch Alex's London Story as he proudly tells of his family heritage working on London's waterways. Discover more London stories www.visitlondon.com/story
West End Theatre

West End Theatre

London's West End is renowned the world over for its high quality, creative and diverse shows. Whether it's thought-provoking Shakespearean theatre you're into, or light-hearted musicals such as Billy Elliot and The Lion King, you'll find a show to suit your tastes in the West End – the home of theatre in London. To kick start your search, why not check out the VisitLondon Top 10 guide to musicals in London at www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/whats-on/theatre/top-ten-musicals
HM Tower of London

HM Tower of London

The Tower of London is one of the most famous fortified buildings in the world. It's also a mysterious place full of dark secrets, strange stories and historic relics. Here you can admire the priceless Crown Jewels, explore the Medieval Palace, visit the infamous Bloody Tower, and go on a tour with a Yeoman Warder to learn about the many executions that took place here.
The London Story - Sculpture in the City

The London Story - Sculpture in the City

Do you know your Gherkin from your Cheesegrater? Find out what they are and where to find them in Stella's London Story as she introduces us to Sculpture in the City; the contemporary sculpture park created around the newest towers in the oldest part of London.
Hyde Park

Hyde Park

Spread over 350 acres, Hyde Park is a green haven in the centre of London. The park is home to 4,000 trees, a large lake, a meadow and ornamental flower gardens, not to mention a bustling programme of activities and events including horse riding, skating, cycling, swimming and boating. Highlights to look out for include the Serpentine Bridge, Joy of Life fountain, Achilles statue, Diana Memorial Fountain and Speaker's Corner.
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