24 mayo, 2024

The tourists love to travel to London because of the wide variety of things to do and places to visit in London. You can expect all and any passions and interests to be entertained with a range of unique landmarks, museums and monuments in this historic city.

London’s newest attraction, the Arcelor Mittal Orbit, has now become one of the most iconic places to visit for both its curious structure and its views over London. With two observation platforms, visitors can overlook the Olympic Park, which hosted the 2012 Olympic Games, and enjoy a panorama over East London and the City. In the summer the Orbit even hosts a bar so you can catch the sunset with a drink; one of the best ways to spend a long warm evening.

If you’re looking for places to visit in London with your family London Zoo is one of the most popular attractions for a day out with the kids. With over 12,000 wild animals, gorillas, tigers and meerkats to name a few London Zoo is the world’s oldest historic zoo and is dedicated to preserving all manner of wildlife and species. There are a range of exhibits from Into Africa and Butterfly Paradise where you can discover some of the world’s most unusual animals.

Along the River Thames there are plenty of things to do and places to visit, including the historic HMS Belfast which is docked on the South Bank. Jump aboard and learn about the role she played in wartime history and experience what life was like on deck.  The Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre is another must-see on your trip to London to discover the works and life of the famous Bard. Join in on a tour of this reconstructed Elizabethan open-air playhouse and go backstage to see what goes into making a Shakespearean play.

When the sun is out, a trip out to the Royal Botanical Kew Gardens is worth it! Walk around the 121 hectares of exotic oases in the quiet and rural West London which provides a relaxing break from the bustle of the inner city. Climb up the Treetop Walk and through the Nature Trails and Rose Gardens and you’ll see why Kew Gardens is considered one of the top places to visit in London.

Did you know?

The London Bridge Experience is a unique and interactive journey through the deep, dark history of London.

  • The legend of the disfigured Mastern Brother’s vengeful murders haunts London with the killings of four men on Tower Bridge
  • Workers at The London Bridge Experience have heard eerie children’s cries and have witnessed poltergeist activity whilst on shift
  • The Great Fire of London (1666) has no official death toll, but the heat of the fire may have cremated many Londoners, leaving their remains unrecognisable
  • The murders of Jack the Ripper have inspired many studies and analyses of his case, the term has now been coined Ripperology
  • Many phantom cries can be heard at London Bridge rumoured to be ‘traitors’, whose heads were dipped in tar and stuck on pikes, executed between 1305 and 1660

The London Bridge Experience can teach you about life in London from the Roman times, to the fierce battles of Queen Boudicca and 19th century pick pocketing thieves.

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