30 Things to Do in London 2020 (Starting from ₹837 Only)

Things to do in London

Take a Hop on Hop off Bus Tour, Stand on the historic Prime Meridian, Take a tour in the London Helicopter, Watch a play in Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, Visit the Sunday Markets around the city, Go swimming in Hampstead Health, Watch a movie at the Notting Hill Cinema, Visit the official Harry Potter shop at the King’s Cross Station, Go Kayaking in Camden Lock and many more.

Cruising in the Thames river, strolling on the Tower Bridge and a plethora of other amazing things to do in London get together to make your trip remarkable . Despite being an urban haven, London houses some of the most wonderful open spaces like Hampsten Heath and Camden where one can indulge in boating, swimming or even picnicking.

The city is brimming with thousands of options that you would get confused about what to do in London, from a Ferris wheel ride on the London Eye to a ride on the Emirates Air Line cable cars, you could experience any kind of fun in the royal city of England. The beautiful Thames river also accompanies you on your themed walk tours, such as the Ghost Bus Tour or the Jack the Ripper walking Trail. Shopping is also one of the most popular activities to do in London. From vibrant pop-up markets, to art stalls to high-end shopping destinations, the city offers it all. But if you wish to not burn a hole in your pocket then you can explore the wonderfully stocked Museums and stunning Galleries here.

Apart from its plethora of historical wonders, London also provides a number of interesting activities catering specifically to children. The Behind-The-Scenes tour of the Warner Brothers Studio or a visit to the Harry Potter souvenir shop on Platform 9 ¾ of King’s Cross Station are some of the most fun family activities to do in London.
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Tower of London Tickets | Book @ ₹ 2030 Only Best Seller
Tower of London Tickets | Book @ ₹ 2030 Only

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About the Tower of London:The Tower of London ticket gives you access to a UNESCO Listed World Heritage fortress, and also a tourist favorite in London. With the Tower of London ticket, you get to explore London’s history and the past series of events that reflect the richness of its culture. Grab the chance, with the Tower of London tickets voucher, to observe the historic towers and balconies that mark the significant history of London. Besides, with the Tower of London, you get to cherish the charming and priceless Crown Jewels, the symbol that reflects the British Monarchy. Nevertheless, meet the Tower's resident ravens and grasp the knowledge and information about the phases of London.Packages Offered with the Tower of London Ticket:Tower of London Ticket: Provides access to the Tower and Crown Jewels display.With London Eye Standard Ticket: Provides access to the Tower and Crown Jewels display through the standard boarding line along with entrance to the London Eye 4D Cinema Experience.With London Eye Fast Track Ticket: Provides access to the Tower and Crown Jewels display through the fast track boarding line along with entrance to the London Eye 4D Cinema Experience.With 1-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus (Big Bus): Provides access to the Tower and Crown Jewels display along with admission to the Westminster Abbey with audio guides. Inclusive of a 1-day Hop-On Hop-Off Big Bus Pass with access to all 4 routes, walking tours, and a one-way river cruise.With 2-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus (Big Bus): Provides access to the Tower and Crown Jewels display along with admission to the Westminster Abbey with audio guides. Inclusive of a 2-days Hop-On Hop-Off Big Bus Pass with access to all 4 routes, walking tours, and one-way river cruise.Opening Hours:1 Mar-31 OctTuesday-Saturday: 9:00 am - 5:30 pmSunday-Monday: 10:00 am - 5:30 pmLast admission: 5:00 pm1 Nov-28 FebTuesday-Saturday: 9:00 am - 4:30 pmSunday-Monday: 10:00 am - 4:30 pmLast admission: 4:00 pmHow to Reach:Tower of London, London, EC3N 4AB.On availing the Tower of London tickets, you can reach the location easily by opting for trains that can be taken either by circle or district line.Note:Children age between 0-15 must be accompanied by an adult throughout the tour.Children 5-15 years can book child tickets to the Tower of London.Children below 5 years can enter for free.
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Churchill War Rooms Entrance Tickets | Flat 30% off Best Seller
Churchill War Rooms Entrance Tickets | Flat 30% off

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About the Churchill War Rooms:The Churchill War Rooms take you back in time where you get the chance to explore the five branches of the Imperial War Museum in England. Grasp the great glimpses and dive into the lives of the people who existed in the wartime government during World War II. The spot renders stories about the life of Winston Churchill and Great Britain's prime minister who directed the entire team to victory during the war. Understand the wide variety of fun and interesting ways that were used to fetch victory within the converted underground headquarters. View the films, photographs, speeches which would give you a clear idea of the entire wartime.About Churchill War Rooms Entrance Ticket:The Churchill War Rooms entrance tickets let you gather knowledge about the entire life of Winston Churchill who is famous for being Britain's one of most prominent former Prime ministers. Don't miss out on the chance of learning the story of the hero who exercised the utmost strength for achieving victory in World War 2.The Churchill War Rooms ticket makes you absorb the motivating speeches and witness letters in the interactive sessions at the Churchill Museum. With availing the ticket,  you can understand the techniques and ways through which the British bunkers achieved success during the war. You also get to go through a vigil towards the private respective cabinet war rooms along with its secret passages.Opening Hours:9:30 am-6:00 pm (last entry is at 5:00 pm)How to ReachThe address of the tour location is Clive Steps, King Charles St, Westminster, London SW1A 2AQ and you get there by traveling to Westminster Underground Station via the Circle/District/Jubilee line and walking for two minutes to the museum.Note:Children under 5 years old can join for freeChildren ticket for Churchill War Rooms ticket: 5-15Children under 16 years need to be accompanied by an adult
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Westminster Abbey Tickets - Flat 20% off Best Seller
Westminster Abbey Tickets - Flat 20% off

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London

The Westminster area of London lets you gather fun memories and explore iconic landmarks. Witness over 20 Westminster Sights & Landmarks that comprising of Westminster Abbey, The Royal Mall, Three Royal Parks & Buckingham Palace. Besides you get to visit Marvel at the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Trafalgar Square & Parliament Square. Last but not least you shall enter Buckingham Palace and gather information about England’s royal history. Don't miss out on the chance of witnessing the Changing of the Guard ceremony, that is a must if you are in London.About the Westminster Abbey Tour:The Westminster tour lets you visit the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square, the Nelson Column, and a series of other prominent places that are famous as tourist spots in London. Also, you shall be able to witness the renowned daily ceremony known as the Changing of the Guard, which would be an amazing experience to undergo outside Buckingham Palace.Places included in Westminster Tour:Buckingham Palace, Queen Vic Fountain, The Mall, St James Park, Green Park, Changing of the Guard ceremony, Big Ben, Downing Street, Westminster Abbey, Houses of Parliament (Westminster Palace), London Eye, Trafalgar Square, Nelson Column, Horse Guards on duty, Parliament Square, Churchill, Ghandi, Lincoln, and other iconic statues, Whitehall, Horse Guards, Museum, Churchill War RoomsTimings:The package comes with two meet up time slots: 9:50 am/1:20 pmHow to reach:150 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1J 9BR, United KingdomTake the Tube to Green Park Underground Station. Leave from the lefthand exit and take the stairs to outside. Walk past the Big Bus Company and the Ritz Hotel will be in your front. Your guide will be next to 2 red telephone boxes and 2 souvenir stands, underneath one of the Ritz signs. Note:To avail the package, children will be charged equally as adults.
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Warner Bros Studio London Tour with Transfers | Flat 21% off Best Seller
Warner Bros Studio London Tour with Transfers | Flat 21% off

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The Warner Bros. Studio is an exciting spot in London that ensures a delightful self-guided behind-the-scenes tour, where you'll get to see the production sets along with costumes, and props that were used for all eight Harry Potter films. The spot also consists of a brilliant opportunity through which you can step on Platform 9 3/4, and take the pleasure of the Hogwarts Express train. With the cheerful ride, you can embrace the thrill with some magic and wonder. About Warner Bros. Studio London Tickets with Transfers:The Warner Bros. Studio London tickets let you get drowned in the world of Harry Potter with the help of this amazing opportunity. You get to enjoy a delightful experience behind-the-scenes tour that takes you to the sets of Harry Potter. Observe and see the epic costumes and props from all the 8 Harry Potter films that made history.The Warner Bros Studio tour London ticket also lets you walk down Diagon Alley along with stepping into the Great Hall. You get to witness many more iconic sets that were formed in the films and explore the wonders of the brand new Gringotts Wizarding Bank. Don't forget to visit Platform 9 3/4, and get seated on the Hogwarts Express train. With the train ride, you shall get a feeling like you are a part of the journey being a wizard. Besides, this package is inclusive of round trip train rides that let you experience a comfortable journey between the London Euston and Watford Junction Rail Station.Timings: 11 AMHow to Reach:Train (London Euston to Watford Junction)You can take any train from London Euston Station to Watford Junction, but please note that your entry to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London is at 11:00 am. Bus (Watford Junction to Warner Bros. Studio Tour)The shuttle bus between Watford Junction and Warner Bros. Studio Tour London runs every 20 minutes from 9:20 am outside of the main station (journey time: approx. 15 minutes)The shuttle bus is free to anyone with a valid voucherWhen returning from the Studio Tour, simply follow the signs 'Shuttle Bus to Watford Junction'Note:No refunds will be issued for late arrivals in the Warner Bros. Studio London tickets.Children aged 0-4 years can enter for free but need to make a booking to get the voucher.Children aged above 4 years will be counted as adults for Warner Bros Studio tour London tickets.
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Heathrow Airport Transfers | Book Your Seat at ₹670 Only Best Seller
Heathrow Airport Transfers | Book Your Seat at ₹670 Only

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Book Heathrow airport transfers in London with a comfortable and modern air-conditioned shuttle bus. The package offers the one way and round trip transfer service with a reserved seat. Experience comfortable airport transfer to and from Heathrow airport or hotel in London. Sit back on your reserved sit and admire the stunning city views along the way.Enjoy airport transfers on a luxury bus which is an air-conditioned, comfortable and safe vehicle. Travel with a professional, experienced and English speaking driver with Heathrow airport transfers. Ticket Types:One way transfersRound trip transfersVehicle type:You will be transferred in a fast and modern air-conditioned shuttle bus. Pickup locations:Terminal 2 & 3:Central Bus Station, Heathrow Airport, Hounslow, Middlesex TW6 1DJTerminal 4:Terminal 4 Arrivals, Salisbury Road, Heathrow Airport, Hounslow, Middlesex TW6 3XATerminal 5:Terminal 5, Unit RU007, Heathrow Airport, Hounslow, Middlesex TW6 2GAVictoria Coach Station Pick Up:Victoria Coach Stn, 164 Buckingham Palace Rd, Victoria, London SW1W 9TPPickup & Drop:Airport pickup- You will be picked from Heathrow airport and transferred to the hotel or any other desired destination in London. Note:Children aged 2 to 15 years can book the child ticket for Heathrow Airport transfers.Infants aged 0-1 can travel for free, however, need to make a booking to get the voucher for airport transfer of London Heathrow.Two 20 kg suitcases and 1 item of hand luggage per adult are allowed.
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London Airport Transfers, Private | Flat 25% off Best Seller
London Airport Transfers, Private | Flat 25% off

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The private London airport transfers help to let you experience great comfortability of transportation without opting for public transportation and its hassles. You shall be able to undergo a soothing journey along with your loved ones with the help of private and comfortable cars and professional drivers. Don't miss out on the opportunity of undergoing your traveling adventures in England and make the best out of your trip with the support of best quality private transfers that would transport between London airports and central London.London airport transfer with private car lets you get assisted by an efficient driver who would look forward to giving you a comfortable journey and pick you up according to your convenience. He would help you in carrying the luggage and transport you to the preferred destination through the fastest route. The transfer package helps to provide with utmost comfortability and reliability with the maximum capacity of 8 passengers per vehicle. The package comes with the options of two types of transportation- Car and Mini Bus. The car option can accommodate a sum of 4 persons and the minibus can carry 7 persons at a time. Following are the details of the two means of transportation:Economy CarVW Golf, Ford Focus, or similarGood for 4 passengersCan fit 3 standard pieces of luggageMinibusVolkswagen Multivan, Toyota HiaceGood for 7 passengersCan fit 7 standard pieces of luggageMeet-up Information:Arrival Service- After claim you baggages, please meet your driver holding your nameplate at the baggage claim exit.Departure Service- Your driver will meet you at your hotel lobby.Note:Infants and children will be considered as an adult for private airport transfer London.
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Royal Observatory London Tickets | Flat 25% off New
Royal Observatory London Tickets | Flat 25% off

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About Royal Observatory Greenwich Tickets:The Royal Observatory Greenwich tickets come with a great opportunity that lets you explore the home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). You shall be able to stand on the Meridian Line with one foot in the eastern and one in the western hemisphere, which would let you feel splendid and surprised.The Royal Observatory Greenwich ticket makes you explore the exciting stories of Astronomers Royal and gather great information about the past, present and future wonders that are related to astronomy along with space and science. You also grab the opportunity of visiting other renowned materials such as the Great Equatorial Telescope, Harrison’s clocks, the Shepherd Gate Clock, the Time Ball, and the famous Octagon Room. The package brings you the joy of enjoying the charming views of London across Greenwich Royal Park, the City of London and the River Thames.Opening Hours:Daily: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (last admission at 4:30 pm)From 21 July - 3 September: 10:00 am - 6:00 pmHow to reach:Address: Royal Observatory Greenwich, Blackheath Ave, London SE10 8XJTake the London Underground to Elephant & Castle Station, and take the #53 bus to Greenwich Park Bus Station.Note:Children aged 4-14 years can avail of the child ticket to  Royal Observatory Greenwich.Children aged below 4 years can enter for free but need to make the booking and get the voucher.
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Buckingham Palace Tickets, Flat 15% off Best Seller
Buckingham Palace Tickets, Flat 15% off

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London

The Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace is a spot where you can traverse and see the items from the Royal Collection in the form of a properly allocated gallery. The gallery is adorned with plenty of valuable treasures that are worth to be explored and seen if you are in London.About the Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace Ticket:The Buckingham Palace Queen's Gallery ticket lets you explore and cherish the wonderful gallery which is composed of the beautiful and valuable treasures that belong to the Royal Collection. With the Queen's Gallery ticket, you avail the chance of getting astonished at the wide variety of art materials that have been treasured in order to let you and your loved ones understand the ancient skills of crafts and arts. Witness over 450 pieces of interesting treasures on visiting the Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace.Opening Hours:Time: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm (last admission: 4:15 pm)The Gallery is closed on 10 Apr, 4 May-11 Jun, 9 Nov-3 Dec, and 25-26 Dec 2020How To Reach:Address: The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, SW1A 1AA. You can easily reach the location by taking the tube to Victoria Underground Station (Victoria line, Circle line, and District line).Note:Buckingham Palace Queen's Gallery ticket is free for infants aged 0-4 years.Children aged 5-16 years can book child tickets to Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace.
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Hampton Court Palace Tickets, London @ Flat 32% off Best Seller
Hampton Court Palace Tickets, London @ Flat 32% off

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About Hampton Court Palace:The Hampton Court Palace takes you back in time and lets you explore the life that used to be under the reign of King Henry VIII. Henry VIII was renowned as the second monarch for the House of Tudor and the Hampton Court Palace lets you get drowned in the luxury of England's royal palaces. Roam around and gather some fantastic views of the Royal family and give yourself the chance to walk through the vast 60 acres Palace Gardens. The palace gardens are adorned with immense scenic plantations, the beauty of which can be appreciated all year round.About Hampton Court Palace Ticket :The Hampton Court Palace ticket gets you a chance to enjoy a delightful day by letting you explore the Tudor world. Witness the life that used to be under the reign of King Henry VIII! Besides, get the glimpses of 60 acres of riverside gardens, that leads you towards a world-famous maze. You can get super playful and enjoy great times with your loved ones.Don't forget to peep into the Tudor Kitchens and know the menu for the day. Also, rest your feet at the Queen's Apartments and see the Georgian rooms which would let you understand the great artistic creations of the18th-century. You also get the chance to feed yourself with some great delicacies at some amazing cafes in the palace.Opening Hours:Hampton Court Palace is open daily except for 24-26 Dec.Summer (29 Mar-3 Nov)Monday-Sunday: 10:00 am-6:00 pmLast admission: 5:00 pmLast admission to Magic Garden and Maze: 4:15 pmWinter (4 Nov-28 Mar)Monday-Sunday: 10:00 am-4:30 pmLast admission: 3:30 pmLast admission to Maze: 3:45 pmHow to Reach:The Hampton Court Palace is based at East Molesey, Surrey KT8 9AU and you can take South West Trains to Hampton Court Station for reaching the location.Note:Child ticket to Hampton Court Palace: Age 5-15Children aged 0-4 can enter for free.Children must be accompanied by a paying adult.
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London Stonehenge Bath Day Tour with Windsor Castle Best Seller
London Stonehenge Bath Day Tour with Windsor Castle

11H

London

Enjoy Stonehenge Windsor Castle, a royal residence with a professional tour guide. Explore the history and intriguing mysteries behind the iconic UNESCO Heritage site, Stonehenge and St.George’s chapel.Visit Stonehenge Windsor Castle, St.George’s chapel and the world-famous Roman Baths. See how it feels to be live like a royal by visiting Stonehenge Windsor Castle. Admire the royal residences of more than 1,000 years of British monarchs. Enjoy the palace which is home to the royal family for almost 1000 years.Next, visit the St.George’s chapel, the best place to understand English medieval architecture. After that, you will visit Roman Baths, one of Europe’s best-preserved spa sites. At last, just sit back and enjoy the journey back to London. Package Types:Day tour from LondonDay tour with entrance to Roman BathsStarting time: 07.30 amHow to reach:The tour will start from Victoria station. Take the London Underground Circle, District, or Victoria line to Victoria station. Note:Children aged 3-16 years can book the child ticket for Stonehenge & Windsor Castle day tour.
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O2 Arena Climbing Experience Tickets - Flat 15% off Best Seller
O2 Arena Climbing Experience Tickets - Flat 15% off

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London

About the O2 Arena London:The O2 Arena London provides the spot to test your wildness and witness the world-famous location that delivers great adventure and fun with a whole new vision. At The O2, you shall be climbing for 90-minutes that would make your way through the most striking buildings in London’s skyline.Reach the rooftop and grab the splendid views of the entire city that would hold you completely astonished. Don't waste your time and pull on your boots, tighten up your harness and begin with your fun-filled yet most thrilling journeys that you have ever done.About the O2 Arena London Climbing Experience:The O2 Arena London climbing experience comes with a brilliant scope of letting you go on an unbelievable climb that leads you to the top of London’s world-famous heights. This exciting and thrilling experience at the O2 Experience tests your skills of maintaining patience and your dare meters.The O2 Arena London climbing experience offers the best ways of grasping the immense charming scenes of the entire city which would hold you spellbound. Get astonished at the breathtaking views of the city and test your bravery. Don't miss out on the chance of feeling the immense adrenaline rush on scaling a 365m walkway across the roof of The O2. Wake your sportsmanship inside you and enjoy this fun-filled day out with your loved ones that would be a perfect blend of adventure and fun at the same time.Timings: 9 AM to 12 PMHow to Reach:The activity spot is based at Peninsula Square, East Greenwich, London SE10 0DX and you can reach there with the help of the following ways:By Tube: Take the Jubilee Line to North Greenwich StationBy bus: 108, 129, 132, 161, 188, 422, 472 or 486 stop at North Greenwich stationBy car: Inside the M25 and outside the Congestion Zone. The O2 is signposted from the M25, the A2 and A20 (from the South East), and the M11 (from the North)By River Bus: North Greenwich Pier is only 350m away. MBNA Thames Clippers RB1 service to North Greenwich Pier depart every 20 minutes throughout the day from major central London piers, such as Embankment, London Eye and London BridgeNote:Participants must be aged 8+ to try  O2 Arena London climbing experience.Participants must be at least 1.2 m tallParticipants must not weigh more than 130 kg.Participants must not have a waist measurement of more than 125 cm
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London Pass with Hop on Hop off Bus I Flat 13% off Best Seller
London Pass with Hop on Hop off Bus I Flat 13% off

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Embark on London hop on hop off with London Pass and explore the streets of London.Explore London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom with hop on hop off London bus. Visit over 80 top attractions such as Westminster Abbey, Windsor Castle, and St. Paul's Cathedral. Now with Thrillophilia, you don't have to wait in long lines to visit St. Paul's Cathedral, Tower of London, Windsor Castle, The Shard, London Zoo, and Tower Bridge. You will get a pass to explore St. Paul's Cathedral, Tower of London, Windsor Castle, and The Shard with the 1 day, 2 days, 3 days and 4 days sightseeing tour. You will get a free guidebook filled with useful information, tips, and city maps.The London Pass gives you access to 1-day unlimited rides on the city’s hop-on hop-off bus of London. The pass gets activate when it is used for the first time and will be valid for the next 1,2,3 or 4 days depending on your pass selected.Ticket Types:Pass for 1 DayPass for 2 DaysPass for 3 DaysPass for 4 DaysNote:London Pass is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.Children aged 5-15 years can book the child ticket for hop on hop off with London Pass.Children aged 0-4 can join for free.The London Pass only grants one-time access to each attraction.Bring a valid ID proof. 
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Bicester Shopping Village Express Tickets from London Best Seller
Bicester Shopping Village Express Tickets from London

4H

London

Bicester Shopping Village, the popular shopping destination of London, home to more than 130 fashion and lifestyle boutiques. The place is famous for brands like Alexander McQueen, Armani, Bally, Coach, Fendi, Givenchy, Marc Jacobs, Mulberry, Oscar de la Renta, Paul Smith, Saint Laurent Paris, Stella McCartney, Tod’s, Valentino, and many more.About the Bicester Village Shopping tour:Enjoy the shopping tour to Bicester village from London with a direct train service. The package offers a direct train service to Bicester village with free Wi-Fi. The train will drop you in just 46 minutes to Bicester village. The place offers you brands like Armani, Bally, Coach, Fendi, Givenchy, Marc Jacobs, Mulberry, Oscar de la Renta, Paul Smith, Saint Laurent Paris, Stella McCartney, and many more. You got too many shopping bags then you have an optional courier service from Bicester Village direct to your hotel in London.Starting time: 09.30 amHow to reach:Location: The tour will start from MarileGreat Central House, Melcombe Pl, Melcombe Pl, Marylebone, London. By metro: Take Bakerloo queue to Marylebone Station.By train: Take Chiltern Railways to Marylebone Station.Note:Children aged 5-15 years can book the child ticket for the Bicester Village shopping tour from London.Children aged 0-4 are free to join the Bicester shopping village tour.
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The London Dungeon Tickets: Flat 25% off Best Seller
The London Dungeon Tickets: Flat 25% off

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London

About the London Dungeon:The London Dungeon implies one of London's best attractions through which it delivers spectacular experience, consisting of both scary and funny twists, thus making your evening delightful. Walkthrough 1,000 years of London's deadly past with the help of a fully themed adventure. The venue comprises of 360-degree sets, full-on theatrics, and gripping storytelling, that is enough to make your night wild.About the London Dungeon Ticket:Don't miss out on the chance to avail of a dramatic look at London's grimy past that will last for 110 minutes. The 110 minutes dungeon tour lets you witness the 360-degree sets so that you can travel back in time and that into a real-life dungeon.The London Dungeon ticket gets you a chance to laugh as well as cry and shout at the same time and get lost completely by the convincing storyline and with the awesome acting skills of the professional theatre actors. Besides, you get to fetch information about 1,000 years of history that would deliver absolute fun, fear as well as educational and interactive tour-slash-show.With London Dungeon activity, you can try your hands on 2 adrenaline-pumping and super enthralling underground rides. The Tyrant Boat Ride is surely going to make you feel overwhelmed and get you pleasantly wet.Opening Hours:The London Dungeon opening times vary throughout the year, typically the attraction opens at 10:00 am and closes between 4:00 pm-6:00 pm.Location:Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 7PB, UKHow To Reach:London Dungeon is located within easy walking distance from the following underground stations: Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross and WestminsterIf you're traveling by bus, take bus numbers 211, 77 or 381 to get to the London DungeonsNote:Children aged 3-15 years can book the child tickets to London Dungeon.Children under 3 can join for freeChildren aged 0-15 will not be admitted to the London Dungeon unless accompanied and supervised by an adult aged 18+
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Explore Kew Gardens Entrance Tickets Flat @ 10% off Best Seller
Explore Kew Gardens Entrance Tickets Flat @ 10% off

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About Kew Gardens:The Kew Gardens, renowned as a UNESCO World Heritage Site that offers a great spot that is comprised of a wide variety of living plants. The Kew Gardens lets you witness a glass house that breathes with the freshness of green plants. The Kew Gardens is occupied with the fresh plants that are restored from the Temperate House till the tropical rainforests of the Palm House.You also see the Treetop Walkway, which would hold you overwhelmed with the most exciting tree-top experience in the UK. You shall be able to go under the ground, which will eventually lead you to 59 feet up in the air. You shall get close to trees that will take your breath away and let you breathe freshly at the same time. About Kew Gardens Entrance Tickets:The Kew Gardens entrance tickets let you explore and witness the world’s largest gallery of living plants. You get to roam around the garden and explore uncountable herbal plant varieties that are very helpful to humans. In other words, you shall be able to explore tropical rainforests inside the Palm House and view the freshly restored Temperate House. You can also pick some rare plants to your home and store some valuable plants in the world. Besides, you also get to visit the Bamboo Garden which is renowned as a home to the UK's largest collection of bamboos. The spot lets get astonished at the wide range of plants ranging from lofty pole varieties to wispy species. Opening Hours:Gardens open at 10:00 am dailyClosing times may vary (usually 6 pm or 7 pm during the summer season and 4 pm or 5 pm in the winter season)The last admission is 1 hour before each closing timeHow to Reach:The Kew Gardens is based at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AE, UK and you can easily reach the location with the help of the following ways:By tube: Kew Gardens station is 500m from Victoria Gate. It is in Zone 3 and is served by the District Line (Richmond branch) and London OvergroundBy train: Kew Bridge station is 800m from Elizabeth Gate, via Kew Bridge. South West Trains run services from Waterloo, via Vauxhall and Clapham Junction. There is no level access at Kew BridgeBy bus: Route 65 stops close to Lion Gate and Victoria Gate; Route 391 stops near Kew Gardens station; Routes 237 and 267 stop at Kew Bridge stationNote:Children aged 4-16 years can book the child Kew Gardens London tickets.Children aged 0-3 don't need to book the Kew Gardens entrance tickets and can enter for free.
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Shoreditch Pub Crawl London Tickets - Flat 15% off Best Seller
Shoreditch Pub Crawl London Tickets - Flat 15% off

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About the Shoreditch Pub Crawl:The Shoreditch Pub Crawl gets you an amazing opportunity through which you can party endlessly like an English local. Come along and join this super exciting pub crawl tour that takes you to the most fun-filled bars within the Shoreditch area. The tickets render a great scope through which you can make the best use of your London and make it colourful with some wildness and fun.Make new friends and party crazy with the locals of London. You are entitled to visit 4 - 5 best bars in one night and extract great amusement and fun, thus making your night memorable forever and ever. Besides, you get to relish on complimentary shots at each place along with seeing a new side of London town. You shall be accompanied by a super fun and energetic guide.You will be getting 1 complimentary shot at each pub and the crawl ensures providing the scope of meeting new people who come from all over the world as well as the locals of the city. You can exercise the utmost confidence you have and share drinks with the charming and energetic people out there. The Shoreditch Pub Crawl Tickets conveys the greatest scope towards spending the night in socializing and speaking your heart out with sharing fun stories. Avail the opportunity of making memories with friends and undergo an adventurous and thrilling night out with the help of this exciting pub crawl around Shoreditch.Meet Up Information:Time: 8:20 pmLocation: Sink BarPlease look for your guide with an orange umbrella.How to Reach:The tour location is based at 2 Paul St, London EC2A 4JH, UK and you can reach there by metro on taking Northern Line and then stopping at Old Street Station. Walk along City Rd for 3mins and turn left onto Worship St in 2 mins. The bar is on the left-hand side.Note: Please arrive at least 10 minutes before the schedule in order to avail of the complete benefits of The Shoreditch Pub Crawl. Failure to arrive at the specified time will be considered a no-show and no refunds shall be provided.Min age to participate in Shoreditch pub crawl in 18 years.The pub crawl is only available on Fridays & Saturdays.
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St Paul's Cathedral Tickets: Skip-the-line, Flat 15% off Featured
St Paul's Cathedral Tickets: Skip-the-line, Flat 15% off

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The St Paul's Cathedral ticket lets you gather great enjoyment by visiting the magnificent St. Paul’s Cathedral, which is regarded as one of the prominent tourist attractions in London. The St Paul's Cathedral offers you a great opportunity to explore London’s most iconic landmarks that have been occupying a place in over 300 years of history in London.On availing the St Paul's Cathedral London ticket, you get spellbound with the interior of legendary structures that reveal the glory of British history. Witness the place where the Duke of Wellington and Sir Winston Churchill are buried and learn the significance of London's past. You also get to climb up to the top of the majestic dome so as to avail the striking aerial views of the entire London city. Enjoy a tour of the cathedral with the assistance of a multimedia guide available in nine languages.Opening Hours:Mondays-Saturdays: 8:30 am - 4:30 pmLast admission: 4:00pmSt. Paul's Cathedral London is closed on SundaysHow to Reach:The tour location is based at St. Paul’s Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD and you can take the London Tube and alight at St. Paul’s Underground Station via Circle line.Note:Children aged 6-17 years can book the child ticket to St Paul Cathedral London.Children aged 0-5 years can enter for free.
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London Airport Transfers, Shared | Flat 15% off Best Seller
London Airport Transfers, Shared | Flat 15% off

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Now, you do not need to think about the means of transportation when you arrive at London airport for your vacation or work. Roam endlessly and spend your ideal vacation with the assistance of comfortable shared airport transfers in London.The shared London airport transfers to/from Central London helps to let you experience great convenience of transportation without the hassles of public transportation. You shall be able to undergo a relaxing journey with the help of comfortable cars and professional drivers. You get to fulfill your traveling adventures in England and make the best out of your trip with the support of best value transfers that would transport between London airports and central London.You shall be greatly assisted by an efficient driver who would look forward to giving you a comfortable journey and pick you up, without any hassles. He would help you in carrying the luggage and transport you to the preferred destination through the fastest route. The transfer package helps to provide with utmost comfortability and reliability with the maximum capacity of 8 passengers per vehicle. The tour ensures pick-up from one of over 1,000 hotels in London along with private residences.Package Types:Heathrow Airport To/From Central LondonLondon City Airport To/From Central LondonGatwick Airport To/From Central LondonStansted Airport To/From Central LondonLuton Airport To/From Central LondonPick-Up Information:Heathrow Airport Pick Up-You will be met 45-60 minutes after landing, depending on immigration clearance times.Meeting points: TERMINAL 2 & 3 in front of WHSmith and TERMINAL 4 & 5 in front of COSTA COFFEEGatwick/Luton/Stanstead Airport Pick Up-You will be met 45 minutes after landing, depending on immigration clearance timesMeeting points: In front of COSTA COFFEELondon City Airport Transfer Pick Up-You will be met 30 minutes after landing, depending on immigration clearance times.Meeting point: Arrival barrierNote:Infants and children will be counted as an adult regardless of age.
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Gatwick Airport Transfers Shared Coach - Flat 15% Featured
Gatwick Airport Transfers Shared Coach - Flat 15%

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Experience London Gatwick airport transfers with a comfortable and modern air-conditioned shuttle bus. Now you don't have to wait in long lines for airport taxis. The package offers the one way and round trip transfer service on a convenient coach service.Avoid complicated transfers of crowded local buses and experience comfortable transfers to and from Gatwick airport or hotel in London. Enjoy transfers in an air-conditioned, comfortable and safe vehicle. Travel with a professional, experienced and English speaking driver with London Gatwick airport transfer. Just sit back and feel relax while you get transferred to the destination.Vehicle type:You will be transferred in a fast and modern air-conditioned shuttle bus. Ticket Types:One way transfersRound trip transfersPickup locations:Gatwick North TerminalAddress: Arrivals Concourse, North Terminal, Gatwick Airport RH6 0PJGatwick South TerminalAddress: South Arrivals, Arrivals Concourse, South Terminal, Gatwick Airport RH6 0NPVictoria Coach Station Pick Up:Address: Victoria Coach Stn, 164 Buckingham Palace Rd, Victoria, London SW1W 9TPPickup & Drop:Airport pickup- You will be picked from Gatwick airport and transferred to the hotel or any other desired destination in London. Extra charges may apply after a waiting time of 90 minutes from the pick-up schedule. Voucher Redemption:Please go to the National Express ticket desk after arriving & exchange your London Gatwick airport transfer voucher for a National Express ticket.Please check the confirmed departure time when you get the ticket.We recommend you to book your return service at the desk at the same time if you have booked the round trip ticket. The staff will recommend a departure time.The ticket desk at Gatwick airport is closed between 10:00 pm-6:00 am. During these hours, please give your printed voucher directly to the coach driverNote:Children aged 2 to 15 years book the child ticket for shared Gatwick airport transfer service.Infants aged 0-1 can travel for free but need to make a booking to get the voucher for London Gatwick airport tranfers.
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Imperial War Museum Guided Tour Flat 15% off Best Seller
Imperial War Museum Guided Tour Flat 15% off

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About London World War II & Imperial War Museum:The London World War II & Imperial War Museum is an all in one spot catering great knowledge and information about World War II. The location is considered as a prominent spot that delivers a wide set of death stories about the destruction that took place in the past.If you are in London and you wish to explore the history of London more acutely, then this is the spot that you must explore. Relax and soothe your mind with the immense serenity of the St Paul's Cathedral along with its Neoclassical, Gothic, and Baroque elements. About Imperial War Museum Guided Tour:The London World War II & Imperial War Museum tour makes you go back in time where you get to witness one of London’s most significant and renowned spots of those times.The Imperial War Museum tour lets you explore the Imperial War Museum, where you can roam around with grasping the haunting and fearful stories of World War II.The all-access tour teaches you the unforgettable stories of world war through which you can learn about the tragedies that killed many families and soldiers in London during the ‘Blitz’ from 1940-1941. Behold the glimpses of the St Paul's Cathedral and its Neoclassical, Gothic, and Baroque elements which would let you gather immense peace and relax your mind to the fullest.Meet Up Information:Time: 1:15 pmLocation: St Paul's Cathedral Underground StationHow to Reach:The tour location is based at St Paul’s Underground Station, Cheapside, London EC1 and you can easily reach there by taking Exit 2 from station to Newgate Street and meeting your guide outside Café Nero, which is in front of you.Note:Children aged 4-12 years can book the child tickets for the Imperial War Museum tour.Infants aged 0-3 are free of charge.
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People Also Ask About London Things To Do

  1. Which are the best things to do in London?

    1. Take a Hop on Hop off Bus Tour: The best Things to Do in London to enjoy the many sights of the city is to take a Hop Off Hop On Bus Tour around the city. The tour takes you around the most popular tourist locations in London aboard the city’s classic double decker bus. The bus tour also provides the aid of an English-speaking guide, who offers commentary on the various heritage spots of the city. Audio guides are also available in a number of different languages.

    Location: Fountain Square, 125 Buckingham Palace Rd, Victoria, London SW1W 9SH, United Kingdom
    Cost:
     It can cost anywhere between £40-£60.

    2. Stand on the historic Prime Meridian: Since the late 19th century, the Prime Meridian longitude has divided the Eastern and Western Hemispheres of the Earth. This historical and vitally important longitude passes through Greenwich in London, within the premises of the Royal Observatory Greenwich. If you’re wondering what to do in London, do not hesitate to visit the renowned planetarium and take a picture of the line that literally divides the Earth into two!

    Location: 26 Park Vista, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 9LZ, United Kingdom
    Cost:

    - Adults (24+): £14.40
    - Young adults and students (16-24): £ 9.60
    - Children (4-15) :£ 7.20
    Timings: 10.00 AM-05.30 PM on all days of the week.

    3. Take a tour in the London Helicopter: One of the most spectacular things to do in London is to take an airborne tour of the city in one of its helicopters. Maneuvering its way across the open horizon, the helicopter takes you around some of the most beautiful sights in London without getting weighed down by the bustle of road traffic. Each flight is shared by a total of 6 people. There are three lengths of helicopter tours available- 10 minutes long, 20 minutes long and 30 minutes long.

    Location: The London Helicopter, The Pod Building, Bridges Court, Battersea, London SW11 3BE
    Cost: Tickets start from £ 2,200

    4. Watch a play in Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre: A landmark of pivotal importance for theatre lovers and literature enthusiasts alike, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre stands proudly on the banks of the winding Thames. A visit to the theatre is one of the most popular activities to do in London. Here, one can explore the mechanics of the Renaissance stage, with its uniquely styled viewing galleries. Apart from the plays that are regularly staged here, there are also a number of guided tours available of the theatre itself.

    Location:Maiden Lane, Southwark; London; England
    Cost:
    - Cost of tours: Standard £17.00
    - Child (5 – 15 years) £10.00
    - Senior (60 years and over) £15.50
    - Student (16 yrs. + with ID) £13.50
    Timings:
    - Monday – Friday: 12 noon – 2.30 pm & 6.00 pm – 10.30 pm
    - Saturday: 12 noon – 3.30 pm & 6.00 pm – 10.30 pm
    - Sunday:12 noon – 9.00 pm

    5. Visit the Sunday Markets around the city: Can’t figure What to do in London on Sunday then you must know that every Sunday, the city of London revels in an array of pop-up markets. These markets are generally located some distance away from each other. The markets generally consist of stalls selling fresh farm produce, meat, spices, clothing’s, antique items and much more. The Sunday markets also have a number of pop-up food stalls, selling mouthwatering finger foods at budget cost. Some of these markets are the Victoria Park Market, the Stables Market, the Marylebone Farmers’ Market, the Camden Market and the Brick Lane Sunday market among others.

    Location: A number of different markets are set up around the city of London.
    Timings: Every Sunday. Although the timing of the individual markets varies, most of these places open early in the morning and close shop in the late afternoon or evening.

    6. Go swimming in Hampstead Heath: Nestled in the heart of London, Hampstead Heath houses a number of open ponds within its premises, and swimming in the Heath ponds is one of the most fun activities to do in London. Among its many ponds, only the Mixed Pond and the Ladies’ and Men’s Pond are available for swimming purposes. While the latter is open throughout the year, the former is kept open to the public during the summer months, and are best visited in cool summer weekends.

    Location: Hampstead Heath, London, United Kingdom
    Cost: No entry fee.
    Timings: Timings vary with the changing month.

    7. Visit the official Harry Potter shop at the King’s Cross Station: If you’re a Harry Potter fan and are wondering what to do in London, you need to look no further than the King’s Cross Station. At the heart of Station is the make-believe world of Platform 9 ¾, selling some of the most splendid Harry Potter souvenirs. From Owl cages to wands to books, most of these items sold here cannot be found anywhere else in the world. While visiting the shop, do not miss the opportunity to take photographs with the luggage trolley embedded in the wall between Platforms 9 and 10- the pathway into the magical world of Platform 9 ¾.

    Location: Pancras Road, Kings Cross, London N1 9AP, United Kingdom
    Timings:
    - Sunday: 09.00AM-09.00 PM 
    - Other days of the week: 08.00 AM-10.00 PM 

    8. Take a ride on the Solar shuttle in Hyde Park’s Serpentine Lake: One of the most offbeat things to do in London would be to take a ride on the Solar Shuttle, UK’s first solar-powered boat, on the Serpentine Lake of Hyde Park. The magnificent vessel with an accommodating seating option glides silently along the open lake, allowing one to enjoy the scenic landscape of the London greenery in silence.

    Location: Hyde Park, London, United Kingdom
    Cost:
    - Adult: £12
    - Child: £5 (Under 15)
    Timings: The boat rides begin at 10.00 AM every morning, and ends at sundown

  2. What are the most romantic things to do London for couples?

    1. Take a River Cruise on the Thames: There is nothing more romantic than travelling along the night-lit Thames with your loved one. The Dinner Cruise in Thames is among the most romantic things to do in London. The dinner cruise starts with a complimentary champagne, and follows up with a scrumptious three course meal as you sit and enjoy the spectacular views outside. The duration of the entire trip is around 4 hours.

    Location: Victoria Embankment, London.

    2. Watch a movie at the Notting Hill Cinema: If you’re wondering what to do in London with a date, you need to look no further than the Notting Hill Cinema. One of the oldest working cinemas in London is housed in Notting Hill. The wonderfully furnished theatre with its plush red velvet seats comes with the added advantage of a velvet bed towards the front of the hall. The beds are accompanied by pillows, and provides for the comfiest movie date possible.

    Location: 191 Portobello Rd, Notting Hill, London

    3. Watch a Burlesque: Watching a live burlesque performance is one of the most fun things to do in London as a couple. The best place to enjoy a burlesque show is at Proud Cabaret City. Proud Cabaret offers a high-end and entertainment experience to its guests. Each evening here is made memorable with its unique 1920-styles menu, which is accompanied by a stunning music and dance performance by the performers here.

    Location: 1 Mark Ln, Billingsgate, London EC3R 7AH, United Kingdom

    4. Go Kayaking in Camden Lock: The picturesque setting of Camden Lock, with its thick growth of trees lining the cascading green streams, offers a perfect romantic setting. Needless to say, kayaking together through the Camden Lock is one of the most romantic things to do in London. The calm waters of the stream and the serenity of Camden merely elevates the experience.

    Location: London, England.

  3. What things you can do for free in London?

    1. Witness the Change of Guard Ceremony at Buckingham Palace: An exquisite display of British military pageantry, the Change of Guard Ceremony takes place every morning during the summer months when the Palace is kept open for public viewing. Lasting around 45 minutes, this stunning display is one of the most iconic free things to do in London. The ceremony sometimes takes place at Windsor Castle as well. The display involves the Old Guard transferring duties to the New Guard in the accompaniment of military music.

    2. Visit the Sky Garden: Sky Garden in London is the highest public garden in the city. Also known as the ‘Walkie-Talkie’ building for its unique shape, the Sky Garden boasts of excellent panoramic views of the London city, enjoyed especially well during the night when the city is lit up from all directions. Although entry to the Garden is free, entry requires specific passes that have to be booked online (the passes can be booked at no cost). Due to limited space, and being one of the most popular free things to do in London, the tickets are generally limited, and sell out considerably fast.

    3. Take a stroll down Hampstead Heath: One of the most fun free things to do in London is to take a walk down Hampstead Heath with its flower filled meadows and scenic ponds. Covering a vast area, the Heath offers the perfect space for a picnic. The concrete roads zigzagging through the scenic fields also allow visitors to enjoy other sports such as biking, cycling or rollerblading. The Heath is also open to a number of different water sport activities such as swimming or boating.

    4. Visit the Grant Museum of Zoology: Home to some of the weirdest and wonderful animals, the Grant Museum of Zoology is the oldest natural history museum in the United Kingdom. The Edwardian structure, detailing the best of English animal history, houses some of the rarest exhibits such as skeletons of extinct dodo birds, one of the seven quagga skeletons in the world, and the world-famous jar of moles. Requiring no entry fee, a visit to the Grant Museum is one of the most fun free things to do in London.

  4. What are the things to do in London at Night?

    1. Enjoy an immersive theatre show: Standing apart from the traditional proscenium theatre, the immersive theatre experience breaks the fourth wall between the audience and the performers and creates an interactive drama. With its birth in this very city, the immersive theatre is one of the most fun things to do in London. These immerse dramas usually take place during the late evening, at various locations across the city.

    2. Enjoy a medieval banquet experience: History buff or not, this medieval banquet at the St. Katharine Docks is undoubtedly one of the most exciting things to do in London. The experience involves a four-course medieval meal served in a befitting experience, with unlimited servings of wine, beer and soft drinks. As you eat, you are entertained by the figures of Henry VIII, jesters, knights, acrobats and wenches. You can also hire a costume for yourself to fully immerse yourself into this absurd and fun experience.

    Location: Ivory House, St Katharine Docks, London E1W 1BP

    3. Take the Ghost Bus Tour: A treat to horror lovers, the Ghost Bust seeks to take a tour around the best sightseeing spots of London in a perfectly created spooky environment. As the bus makes it way across to the castles and forts around the city, actors and on-board technical elements set up the perfect scene to enjoy thrilling tales of murder and execution. Extremely popular among people of all ages, the Ghost Bus Tour is one of the most fun things to do in London.

    Location: Pick up point: Northumberland Avenue near Trafalgar Square

    4. Visit the Hippodrome Casino: Hippodrome Casino is the UK's biggest and busiest casino. Sprawling across four floors, the casino features Poker tables, a 325-seating cabaret room, a restaurant and six different bars of its own. Hippodrome is known to provide the best nighttime experience in London. The Casino is also home to Channing Tatum’s well-known entertainment troupe, Magic Mike Live.

    Location: Cranbourn St, Leicester Square, London WC2H 7JH, United Kingdom

  5. Where to go for shopping in London?

    1. Maltby Street Market: Sprawling across the scenic London Bridge, the Maltby Street Market is best known for its food stalls. This outdoor weekend market consists of a number of stalls selling fresh produce along with a line of street food vendors. The special attractions at Maltby include the savory waffles, gin cocktails and New-York style sandwiches.

    Address: 37 Maltby St, London SE1 3PA, United Kingdom
    Timing:
    - Friday: 12.00PM-02.30PMf
    - Saturday: 10.00AM-05.00PM
    - Sunday: 11.00PM-04.00PM

    2. Oxford Street: At the heart of London’s shopping experience is Oxford Street, the legendary shopping plaza with nearly 300 shops housed under its premises. Oxford boasts of a number of designer brands as well as a range of famous departmental stores. Some of the best-known shops across the world, such as Selfridges, John Lewis and Debenhams have their origins in Oxford.

    Address: 14-17 Market Pl, London W1W 8AJ, United Kingdom
    Timings: 
    Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday: 10.00AM-07.00PM 
    Wednesday, Thursday: 10.00AM-08.00PM 
    Sunday: 12.00PM-06.00PM

    3. King’s Road: For a luxury shopping experience in London, it is best to visit King’s Road. From a range of chic boutiques to high-street staples, the serene square is home to around 30 fashion and lifestyle retailers. King’s Road also houses the famous Chelsea’s Antique Market, and the renowned shop of Vivienne Westwood, associated with the birth of punk.

    Address: Chelsea, London

    4. Notting Hill: If you’re interested in antique items, Notting Hill is the best shopping destination for you. Home to brightly colored homes, quirky shops and colourful wares on the windows, Notting Hill is a sight that can bring an easy smile to anyone’s face. The biggest attraction here is the Portobello Market, home to prized antique wares, a number of food sellers, and boho-chic clothing.

    Address: West End, London.

  6. What are the things to do in London with kids?

    1. Step into Shrek’s World at Shrek’s Adventure: Inspired by the children’s cult series Shrek, Shrek’s Adventure! in London is an attraction-based entertainment sector catering especially to kids. Artfully crafted with scenes from the movies, this adventure park offers attractions such as 4D cinema, fortune telling, mirror maze and plenty of other fun options.

    Location: Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd, Bishop's, London SE1 7PB, United Kingdom
    Ticket Price: Starts from £ 20
    Timings:
    - Monday, Thursday, Friday: 10.00AM-04.00PM
    - Tuesday, Wednesday: 10.00AM-03.00PM
    - Weekends: 10.00AM-05.00PM

    2. Go Behind the Scenes of your favorite films at Warner Bros Studios: One of the most fun activities to do in London is to take a tour of the Warner Bros Studios, the birthplace of a major part of the cinematic universe. The studio tours offer interesting insights into the world of the DC, Marvel, and the Harry Potter universe, among others, allows you to explore the sets of the movies, and even offers special movie screenings for its guests.

    Location: Studio Tour Dr, Leavesden, Watford WD25 7LR, United Kingdom
    Ticket Price: Starting from £ 69
    Timings:
    - Monday-Thursday: 09.30AM-08.00PM
    - Friday-Sunday: 09.30AM-10.00PM

    3. Visit the London Zoo: Sitting in the northern end of Regent’s Park, visiting the London zoo is one of the most fun things to do in London with your family. Apart from its wildlife habitats, the Zoo also houses an aquarium and a reptile house, both of which are extremely popular with kids. Kids between the ages of 11 and 15 also have the chance of playing Junior Zookeeper for a day, for which pre-booking is required.

    Location: Regent’s Park, Outer Cir, London NW1 4RY, United Kingdom
    Entry Fee: To be asked on entry.
    Timings: 10.00AM- 04.00PM on all days of the week.

    4. Enjoy a fun roleplay at KidZania: One of the most creative adventure parks found anywhere in the world, KidZania allows children to employ their imagination to the fullest and enjoy a fun roleplay adventure. The adventure park is an artfully created child-sized city, filled with houses and public buildings such as a fire station, police station, a bank and much more. One of the most popular activities to do in London among children between the ages of 1 and 14, KidZania seeks to offer a fun educational experience for young minds.

    Location: Westfield London Shopping Centre, Ariel Way, London W12 7GA, United Kingdom
    Timings:
    - Mon, Thu-Sat: 10am–7pm
    - Tue: 10am–6pm
    Entry fee: Adult (15+): From £18
    - Child (4-14): From £38
    - Early Years (1-3): £10
    - Under 1: Free

  7. Which are the best tourist places to visit in London?

    1. Big Ben: Big Ben is one of London’s most iconic sights and visiting is one of the Things to Do in London which completes your visit to the city. Rising tall from the north end of the Palace of Westminster, this clock tower is the most famous clock in the entire world. Constructed in the year 1859 by Augustin Pugin, this neo-gothic structure is known for its infallible accuracy. However, although the clock tower can be witnessed in all its glory from the outside, entry is only restricted to residents of the United Kingdom.

    Location: Westminster, London SW1A 0AA, United Kingdom
    Entry Fee: No entry fee for UK residents.

    2. The Tower of London: An iconic castle overlooking the river Thames, the Tower of London is a historic fort built by William the Conqueror in 1070. Nearly 1000 years later now, the majestic structure is home to the Resident Governor and a garrison of soldiers. The most fascinating attractions at the Tower of London are the Yeoman Warders, or the ‘Beefeaters, who guard the visitors as well as perform ceremonial duties such as the Ceremony of the Keys.

    Location: St Katharine's & Wapping, London EC3N 4AB, United Kingdom
    Entry Fee:
    Adult (age 18-64): £25
    Concession (Age 65+ or 16-17, full-time student, disabled visitor): £20
    Children aged 5-15 (under 5's go free. Children aged 5-15 must be accompanied by an adult.): £11
    Timings:
    Sunday and Monday: 10.00AM-04.30PM
    Tuesday to Saturday: 09.30AM-04.30PM

    3. London Eye: Looking out on the winding river of Thames, the London Eye, or the Millennium Wheel is a cantilevered observation Wheel. The Wheel consists of 32 air-conditioned passenger capsules attached on its external circumference. Each capsule holds up to 25 people, and the capsules are spacious enough to allow people to walk around it. The wheel rotates at a slow speed, and makes an entire circle in around 30 minutes. It generally does not stop to allow people to embark or disembark, as the speed of rotation is slow enough for people to get off or on the capsules while it is still moving.

    Location: The Queen's Walk, Bishop's, London SE1 7PB, United Kingdom
    Ticket fee:
    - For adults: £27
    - For children:22
    Timings:
    - Weekdays: 11.00AM-06.00PM
    - Weekends: 10.00AM-08.30PM.

    4. Buckingham Palace: Sprawling across a vast area, Buckingham Palace has been the seat of the London monarchy since 1837. The palace consists of 775 rooms, including state rooms, royal guest bedrooms, administrative offices and bathrooms. The balcony at Buckingham Palace is the most popular balcony in the world. A number of royal appearances and ceremonies take place here. The gardens flanking the palace grounds, boasting of vibrant, colourful flowers, is the largest private garden in London. Apart from the near-theatrical beauty of the palace’s interiors and the numerous treasures housed here, the Palace also offers the spectacle of the Change of Guard Ceremony, which takes place every other morning during the summers.
    Location: Westminster, London SW1A 1AA, United Kingdom
    Ticket Fee:
    - Adults: £25
    - Children (5 years old and above): £14
    Timings: Buckingham Palace remains open to visitors for ten weeks during the summer, usually between July to September.

    5. Hyde Park: Covering around 150 acres, Hyde Park is one of the most famous parks in the world. It is one of the four great parks leading up to the entrance of Kensington Palace. Boasting of rolling green meadows with colourful flower gardens, Hyde Park is a perfect tourist spot built especially for picnics. The Park also houses two large lakes, which is ideal for swimming and boating. The park is also home to a number of sculptures and monuments, such as the statue of Achilles, the Serpentine Bridge and the Joy of Life mountain.
    Location: London, United Kingdom
    Entry Fee: No entry fee required.
    Timings: 05.00AM-12.00AM on all days of the week.

    6. Westminster Abbey: Formally known as the Collegiate Church of Saint Peter, the Westminster Abbey is a Gothic Abbey Church in the heart of Westminster. Teeming with historical value, the Abbey has been the official coronation church for the London monarchs since 1066. It is also the final resting place for several of these monarchs. The Church is best known for its brilliant craftsmanship, with an orchestral resplendence found nowhere else in the world. Some of these attractions include the stunning Cosmati Pavement before the High Altar, the beautiful oil paintings and stained windows, and the Coronation Chair in the St. George’s Chapel.

    Location: 20 Deans Yd, Westminster, London SW1P 3PA, United Kingdom
    Entry fee:
    Adults: £23
    Senior Citizens and students: £20
    Children between the ages of 6-16: £10
    Entry is free for children below the age of 6.
    Timings: The Church remains closed on Sunday. It remains open between 09.30AM-06.00PM on Wednesdays. It remains open between 09.30AM-03.30PM on all other days of the week.

    7. British Museum: Located in the Bloomsbury area of London, the exhibitions at the British Museum are dedicated to the preservation of human history, art and culture. It houses nearly eight million works, some of which are the most expansive in the world. The Museum houses a number of ‘Departments’ or galleries, such as those dedicated to Asia, Greece and Rome, Egypt and Sudan, the Middle East and so on. The Museum also houses a number of different exhibitions, entry to which require a separate entry fee.

    Location: Great Russell St, London WC1B 3DG
    Entry Fee: No entry fee required.
    Timings:
    The museum remains open between 10.00AM-08.30PM on Fridays.
    It operates between 10.00AM-05.30PM on all other days of the week.

    7. Madame Tussauds:
    Now a popular franchise around the world, Madame Tussauds is a renowned wax museum housing more than 50 life-like figures from across all world and cultures. Madame Tussauds contains figures of celebrities, icons across popular culture, leaders of national and international importance, and much more. The Museum is most frequently visited for its photographic opportunities, allowing people to take pictures with their favorite icons.

    Location: Marylebone Rd, Marylebone, London NW1 5LR, United Kingdom
    Entry Fee:
    -Adults: £35
    -Children (between 6 and 16): £29
    Entry is free for children below the age of 6.
    Timings:
    - Weekdays: 10.00AM-04.00PM
    - Weekends: 09.00AM-04.00PM

  8. Which are the famous Museums to visit in London?

    1. National Gallery: Located smack in the middle of London’s Trafalgar Square, National Gallery houses the best of England’s art history. The artwork housed here dates up to 1900, and boasts of splendid collections by Leonardo Da Vinci, Monet, Van Gogh, and Botticelli, among other well-known names.

    2. V&A Museum: Probably the most radical of the major Victorian Museums in London, the V&A Museum in London boasts of an exquisite collection of Oriental exhibits and artefacts. One of the most popular galleries here is the one dedicated to Islamic and Asian art, with a near life size automaton figure of Tipu Sultan’s Tiger. One of the most unique features of this Museum is their organized exhibitions, which touch on contemporary pop culture and fashion.

    3. Wallace Collection: Once a mansion belonging to the 4th Marquess of Hertford, the Museum now houses a rich collection of artwork and other artefacts that was owned by the late Marquess while he was still alive. The collection includes some of the most stunning works by Rembrandt, Titian and Velasquez. It also houses a considerable display of China, French furniture and armor, and wax sculptures.

    4. Science Museum: A haven for science enthusiasts, the Science Museum in London houses some of the rarest items in history. Their collection includes Puffing Billy, the oldest surviving steam locomotive engine, a working example of Charles Babbage’s Difference Engine and a model of Watson and Crick’s DNA Helix. The Museum has a special section for children, containing live experiments and presentations.

  9. Which are the most famous places to eat in London?

    1. Padella: Located a short walk away from the London Bridge, Padella is known for its array of homemade pasta, freshly served. The flavors offered by Padella are traditional, but its quality impeccable, making it a popular destination among locals and tourists and locals alike. The restaurant offers indoor as well as outdoor seating options, and generally remains busy during the evening hours. Padella is also known for its chic, Italian beverage options, and offers a number of vegetarian and vegan verities.

    Timings:
    Sunday: 12.00PM-03.45PM, 05.00PM-09.00PM
    Monday- Saturday:12.00PM-03.45PM, 05.00PM-10.00PM
    Location: 6 Southwark St, London SE1 1TQ, United Kingdom

    2. Amrutha Lounge: The most popular vegan food joint in London, Amrutha Lounge seeks to provide a typically vegan twist to classic English dishes. The food here is made from the freshest produce hand-picked every morning, and are fairly simple in their making. The lovely little restaurant, housing around 11 tables, is popular for its casual, laid-back atmosphere, accompanied by a splendid choice of music.

    Timings:
    Monday: Closed
    Tuesday: 6–10pm
    Wednesday-Friday: 12–3pm, 6–10pm
    Saturday: 1–10pm
    - Sunday: 1–9pm
    Location: 326 Garratt Ln, Earlsfield, London SW18 4EJ, United Kingdom

    3. Sketch: An artist conceived gastro-brasserie in Mayfair, sketch is a Michel-star restaurant built out of an 18th century townhouse. Boasting of artfully created dining rooms, sketch is probably the most beautifully and elaborately decorated diner in London. Each room in the sketch is designed differently, with astounding props and extraordinary colors. Although it remains open throughout the day, sketch is best known for its afternoon tea and breakfast services.

    Timings: 
    Monday- Friday: 07.00AM-02.00AM
    Saturday: 08.00AM-02.00AM
    Sunday: 08.00AM-12.00AM
    Location: 9 Conduit St, Mayfair, London W1S 2XG, United Kingdom

    4. The Ledbury: Boasting of two Michelin stars, The Ledbury boasts of world-renowned Chef Brett Graham’s classic culinary skills. The restaurant menu boasts of modern takes on classic European preparations with a stunning wine and beverage list. The restaurant also offers a number of vegan vegetarian and gluten free options, catering to all tastes.

    Timings:
    Weekends: 12–1:45pm; 6:30–9:45pm
    Monday and Tuesday: 6:30–9:45PM
    Wednesday to Friday: 12–200pm; 6:30–9:45pm
    Location: 127 Ledbury Rd, Notting Hill, London W11 2AQ, United Kingdom

  10. What are the offbeat things to do in London?

    1. Attend the Jack the Ripper Tour: One of the most offbeat things to do in London for horror buffs is to participate in the thrilling Jack the Ripper Tour. Started in 1982 and now known across the world, the Jack the Ripper Tour is a guided walking tour that takes you across the streets of London following the investigation route of the unsolved Jack the Ripper cases.

    Location: Starts from Exit 1 of Aldgate East Underground Station

    2. Visit God’s Own Junkyard: A gallery exhibition like no other, God’s Own Junkyard houses the largest stock of neon signs and items from anywhere in Europe. The psychedelic space contains everything neon- from old store signs to props used in movie sets. Requiring no entry fee, a visit to the Junkyard is possibly one of the most fun free activities to do in London.

    Location: Unit 12, Ravenswood Industrial Estate, Shernhall St, Walthamstow, London E17 9HQ, United Kingdom

    3. Visit the Last Tuesday Society: Otherwise known as Viktor Wynd’s Little Shop of Horrors, the Last Tuesday society is at the same time a curio museum, a taxidermy society, an absinthe parlour and a bar. Apart from its bizarre and absolutely unbelievable premises, this house of curiosities also organizes a number of live gigs and events here. With its unique wares and the interesting experience it offers, a visit to the Society is one of the most offbeat things to do in London.

    Location: 11 Mare St, Hackney, London E8 4RP, United Kingdom

    4.Take a tour of the oldest surviving surgical museum in Europe: With its display of archaic surgical instruments and medicines, a visit to the Old Operating Theatre Museum in London is one of the most offbeat things to do in London. The charity not only showcases medical equipment of the past, but also conducts live demonstrations of surgical procedures as they were carried out in the 18th century.

    Location: 9a Saint Thomas Street, Southwark, London, SE1 9RY, United Kingdom

  11. How safe is London for tourists?

    Yes, London is a safe place for tourists. However, while visiting London, one should always keep the number of the Local police station at hand, and follow certain basic safety rules such as avoiding secluded places after dark.

  12. What is the cheapest way to get around London?

    The cheapest way to get around in London is by acquiring an Oyster Card. An Oyster card will allow you to travel between all parts of London using the Underground Tubes, the Overground Buses, certain boats, the Emirates Air Line and Trams.

  13. What is London famous for?

    Apart from being one of the most influential cities across the world, the city is famous for its historical past, the grandeur of the monuments housed in the city and the various exciting Things to Do in London. The ancient structures of the London Bridge, the Westminster Abbey, the Buckingham Palace and like showcase the richness of the city’s culture heritage and stands testament to the resplendence of ancient-British architecture.

  14. What is the best time to visit London?

    The best time to visit London is during the season of Spring and early summer, between the months of March and May. During this time, the temperature here remains towards the higher side, and the weather remains cool and pleasant. The natural world in London is also full and blooming this time, and is a wonderful sight to behold.

  15. Is the London Pass worth it?

    Yes. The London Pass is an extremely good deal for tourists. The Pass comes in two variants- the Pass alone and the Pass with an Oyster Card. While the former provides a free entry to a number of different attractions across London, the latter also includes a travel pass to provide transportation across the city.

  16. Is London expensive?

    London can be a fairly expensive place to visit, when compared to other cities in the United Kingdom. Due to its popularity among tourists, the accommodation and tourist attractions here charge a comparatively high fee, making it one of the most expensive places in the world. Although there are various options which you could opt for free in case you are wondering What to do in London without affecting your pocket much.