1: Big Ben
Perhaps there is nothing as iconic as the Big Ben when it comes to popular London landmarks. While you are here make sure to take a lovely photo with this massive clock tower as the background and take a delightful tour of the Houses of Parliament. Don’t miss the Big Ben at night because it looks even more beautiful when all four clock faces light up.
2: Tower Bridge
Known as the most famous bridge in the world, London’s Tower Bridge is truly a breathtaking sight to behold. Your visit to the Tower Bridge Exhibition is the best way to learn more about this iconic structure. The tour starts with an animated video about the bridge’s history then you will be taken into the high level Walkways where you can admire gorgeous panoramic views of the entire city of London. At the East Walkway houses, you can explore the Great Bridges of the World exhibition that features over 20 of the world’s most beautiful bridges.
3: London Eye
Standing at an astonishing 135 meters, The London Eye is the world’s largest cantilevered observation wheel. Here you can take the London Eye River cruise to admire the city from a different view. Are you planning a romantic evening with your special someone? Book a Private Capsule to enjoy the most scintillating view of London’s skyline while you enjoy a lovely dinner with your loved one.
4: British Museum
Founded in 1753, the British Museum is known as the world’s first national public museum. Around 6 million people from all over the world visit this grand museum every year. Explore the museum’s exquisite collections that will take you through different periods in time and through different cultures from all over the world. From the Viking’s exhibit to the Gems of Chinese Painting, the British Museum will fascinate you to no end. While you are here, you might also want to check out the museum’s art workshops for kids and adults.
5: Buckingham Palace
A visit to London would not be complete without touring the city’s most iconic landmark, the Buckingham Palace. This place serves as the office and the residence of Her Majesty, The Queen. While you are here, you can take a guided tour of the palace’s 19 staterooms where you will see impressive treasures from the Royal collection. Also make sure to time your visit well so you can watch the Changing of the Guards, which happens at precisely 11:30 in the morning.