Tickets from £80 including return transport
Harry Potter fans won’t want to miss the magical Warner Bros Studio Tour – London. This is your chance to go behind the scenes of the films and experience the wizarding world in person. Book a ticket with return coach transport. Advance booking essential.
Tickets from £27
Explore London from above on the London Eye. Your ticket includes a 30-minute flight with breathtaking views over London as well as an immersive 4D experience. Book ahead to save money and choose fast-track entry to skip the queues.
Tickets from £28
Take a hop-on hop-off bus tour to see London’s top attractions in comfort. Travel along four routes and 70 stops across London. Hop on and off as much as you like, allowing you to explore locations in more detail. Most tickets include a walking tour and river cruise as well.
Tickets from £26.50
Explore the Queen’s famous London residence. Your visit includes the beautiful State Rooms, the Throne Room, an audio guide narrated by Prince Charles and this year’s special exhibition, Royal Animals.
Tickets from £27.50
Hear the many stories of the Tower of London on a Yeoman Warder (Beefeater) tour. See the famous Crown Jewels, the iconic White Tower and find out what it was like to be a prisoner in the Tower of London.
Tickets from £29
Take selfies with your favourite celebrities at the ever-popular Madame Tussauds. Rub shoulders with famous faces including Meghan Markle, Dua Lipa and Ed Sheeran. You ticket includes the Star Wars Experience and Marvel Superheroes 4D Cinema Experience.
Tickets from £22.50
Visit Windsor Castle, which hosted Meghan and Harry’s wedding in 2018 and is said to be the Queen’s favourite weekend residence. Combine your trip with UK destinations, such as Bath or Oxford, and enjoy the ease of return coach travel from London in one day.
Tickets from £19.50
Explore Kensington Palace and learn about some of its previous residents, including Queen Victoria and Diana, Princess of Wales. Look out for The King's Gallery, The King's State Apartments and the famous Sunken Garden during your visit.
Tickets from £24
Take a thrilling and chilling ride through London’s gruesome history at the London Dungeon. Live actors bring some of London’s most famous characters to life as you go back in time. Are you brave enough to face the Drop Dead Drop Ride to Doom?
Tickets from £27
Meet animals from all parts of the globe, including penguins, jellyfish and rays. Venture through the ocean tunnel while fish swim above you and test your nerve on the shark walk. Learn about the aquarium’s conversation projects.
Tickets from £20
Includes fast track entry with no time restrictions.
Enjoy spectacular views from the top of The Shard – the UK's tallest building. During your visit you'll have access to an indoor viewing platform, as well as the open air Skydeck, with amazing 360-degree views over London.
Tickets from £21.00
Westminster Abbey is packed with British history. See where many royal weddings and coronations (including Queen Elizabeth II) have taken place. You can also see the final resting place of more than 100 literary greats, including Shakespeare, Chaucer and Charles Dickens.
Save £6.80 on family tickets. Children under 3 go free!
Book tickets from £22.90
Go on an animal adventure at London Zoo. Areas you can explore include Penguin Beach, Land of the Lions, Rainforest Life, and Gorilla Kingdom. See the animals in action at daily events, including talks, displays and feeding time.
Save £7 on family tickets. Children under 6 go free!
Book Tickets from £17
Explore Sir Christopher Wren's masterpiece, St Paul's Cathedral. The iconic building is one of the most famous landmarks in London. Your visit includes the galleries inside the famous dome, as well as the crypt.
Book Tickets from £21
DreamWorks Tours Shrek's Adventure London is an enchanting adventure for the whole family. Take a wild and fun trip to the land of Far Far Away, encounter challenges, obstacles and loads of characters from the globally successful movies series, including Princess Fiona, Donkey and Shrek.
Children under 5 go free! Tickets from £24
Home of the Chelsea Football Club, is a fun and unforgettable experience, enjoyed by sports fans globally. Tour guides will provide insights into Stamford Bridge’s illustrious past and Chelsea’s bright future, giving you access to areas normally reserved for players and officials.
Book Tickets from £25
Follow in the footsteps of your Arsenal heroes by joining the tour and taking a look behind the Arsenal Emirates Stadium. You will have the opportunity to see all the areas which are crucial to the team on a match day - from a walk down the players' tunnel to a seat in the first team dressing room.
Save £9 on family tickets! Tickets from £19
The largest football and music venue in the UK and its tours take you deep into the areas only usually reserved for the biggest sports stars and live acts on the planet. Experience what it’s like winning at England’s National Stadium, walk in the footsteps of Legends and feel the magic.
Children under 5 go free!
Tickets from £9.80
Over 100 years ago, the Victorians built a bridge that has become one of London's most famous landmarks. Walkways built to allow people to across the Thames whilst the Bridge was lifted, have now been transformed into viewing galleries, giving visitors a spectacular viwe of London.
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Book Tickets from £16.50
The Slide at the ArcelorMittal Orbit is the world’s tallest and longest tunnel slide. You will travel down through light and dark sections as London’s dramatic skyscape passes by. It twists and turn 12 times, including a tight corkscrew section and ends with a 50 metre straight run to the ground.
Children under 4 go free!
Tickets from £16
The Royal Observatory is the historic home of British astronomy, Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and the world-famous Meridian Line. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the 17th century, it was from here that the great scientists of the time precisely mapped the stars to help navigate at sea.
Children under 5 go free! Tickets from £22
Discover the original Cabinet War Rooms, the wartime bunker that sheltered Churchill and his government during the Blitz. Explore the historic rooms and hear about the secret history, military strategies and secrets that were discussed in these underground tunnels.
Save up to 9% online and £17.30 on family tickets!
Children under 5 go free. Tickets from £23.70
Hampton Court Palace is a story of two palaces: a Tudor palace magnificently developed by Cardinal Wolsey and later Henry VIII, alongside a Baroque palace built by William III and Mary II. Highlights include access to Tudor Palace, Baroque Palace, Magic Garden and a guided tour.
Book Tickets from £15
Experience what life was like on board a true survivor of the seas and discover the epic story of a sailing legend. Venture aboard and beneath one of the world’s most famous ships – the last surviving tea clipper, and the fastest and greatest of her time, with a great view of River Thames.
Children under 5 go free!
Tickets from £17
The world's largest visitor experience devoted to Shakespeare and the London in which he lived and worked. The Exhibition explores the story of the Globe, and brings Shakespeare's world to life using a range of interactive displays and live demonstrations.
Tickets from £16
Test out a range of professions and activities including journalism, animal care, cabin crew and tour guiding at KidZania London. Work to earn KidZos and save them for next time or spend them in the Airport Shop. Great for kids to learn and have fun.
Save £14 on family tickets! Children under 5 go free!
Tickets from £25
Twickenham is home to the World Rugby Museum, the finest collection of rugby memorabilia in the world. The Museum takes visitors through the sports history from its origins to the present day. It is an inspirational journey through the global development of rugby union.
Children under £4 go free!
Tickets from £18
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is a World Heritage Site located in 300 acres of stunning vistas and 6 magnificent glasshouses set beside the River Thames. Kew Palace - the most intimate of royal palaces, built as a private house in 1631 and used by the royal family from 1729 to 1818.
Kids go free! Tickets from £16.50
Include entry to temporary exhibitions.
Various items from its extraordinary collection are brought together to demonstrate the development of London and how transport played in defining the unique identity of the city. It explores the link between transport and the growth of modern London, culture and society since 1800.
Children under 5 go free! Tickets from £13
Located at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, visitors can view a scene from Wimbledon's past. In a recreation of the 1980s Gentlemen's Dressing Room, a ghost-like image of John McEnroe appears and takes you through a tour of the normally off-limits area.