Enjoy the stunning art, architecture and royal heritage of the Queen’s House, Greenwich, this splendid 17th-century royal villa was the first Classical building in ...
Queen's House, Greenwich
You'll find a ton of beautiful scenery in Greenwich (you can reach it by Underground or tour boat), but the beautiful building that is the Queen's House is a must-visit. It houses wonderful exhibitions and the architecture is wonderful.
One of the ultimate landmarks of London, you can walk across the bridge and enjoy the view of the Thames or take a stroll along the river to get even better views of the bridge.
Changing the Guard - all you ever wanted to know about the guard change! Welcome to Changing of the Guard, one of the top attractions in London!
The guards in front of Buckingham Palace make for great photo ops, but the Changing of the guard is something that doesn't happen everyday, so make sure to plan your trip accordingly if you want to see this.
The Museum houses a vast collection of world art and artefacts and is free to all visitors. Find information about visiting, including admission and opening times ...
Even if you aren't into the art, though there really is something for everyone, as most are artifacts from different cultures (example: Greek sculptures), the museum is worth it just for the amazing Chihuly in the atrium and the gorgeous conservatory ceiling.
The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world's greatest museum of art and design
The V&A features tons of textiles, pottery and other exhibits from around the world. Some of the most spectacular being a large handwoven prayer rug and the full-size, complete Shogun uniforms.
This street is worth visiting purely for the colorful buildings, but it offers great little boutiques and cafes as well.
Welcome to Portobello Road, the world’s largest antiques market with over 1,000 dealers selling every kind of antique and collectible. Visitors flock from all over ...
Harrods is an upmarket department store located on Brompton Road in Knightsbridge, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London. The Harrods brand also ...
Known as a relatively expensive department store, it costs nothing at all to wander around the luxurious departments. Make sure to go through the market stalls though. They sell everything you can possibly want, from macarons to jams to sushi. Many tiny restaurants as well.
Plan your visit to Tate Modern Southbank. London art gallery housing the UK’s collection of modern and contemporary art from 1900 to the present day. This museum is ...
If you love modern art, the Tate should definitely be a stop on your trip. Many different mediums and you get the chance to walk across the Millennium Bridge (Wibbly Wobbly Bridge), which gives great views of the city and the river.
One of the most beautiful parks in London, it has a Japanese garden, two children's playgrounds, sports fields, a restaurant, cafe and more. You can play giant chess here and also see outdoor art. Bring your walking shoes. You can take the underground to Holland Park Station and walk a few blocks to the entrance. It's like you're somewhere else. The squirrels are really aggressive here. Don't stop to pay attention to them, as they expect to be fed if you have any food on you.