Top 5 Tourist Attractions in London
With the birth of the Royal Baby, Prince Louis Arthur Charles, a Royal wedding and of course, the World Cup coming up, the UK is feeling very patriotic! So what better way to spend your summer than to visit the Capital! Below we've chosen some top tourist attractions for your day in London, perfect for couples, friends and for family fun! If you're thinking of making your next travel prize a city trip that's great! If you get in touch, then A&I Group can sort that for you!
Here are our Top 5 things to do in London:
Buckingham Palace Tour
Located in the City of Westminster, the palace is usually used for state occasions and royal hospitality. But this summer you can catch a glimpse of what it's like inside one of the remaining working royal palaces. There are 19 spectacular state rooms in which you can walk through. These rooms hold some of the biggest treasures from the Royal Collection and paintings from Rubens and Van Dyck. Whist viewing the iconic exterior, if you time it right then you'll see the famous Changing of the Guard, which people travel from all over the world to see.
In the heart of the capital you will find the London Eye. Placed conveniently by the River Thames, you can slowly rotate in a glass capsule whilst taking in views such as the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. The London Eye is the worlds tallest observation wheel, measuring at 135 metres, it has become a global icon. Don't worry, there are 32 glass capsules, and the rotation takes approximately 30 minutes, so you'll never be waiting long. Each ticket enables you to a free London Eye 4D experience, in which you can see London come to life with multi-sensory special effects.
Although you might not actually see the Queen or Prince Harry if you prefer, you can see their identical waxwork at Madam Tussauds Museum. Walk through history with more than 300 stunning wax figures. Step on the red carpet with Johnny Depp, meet your sporting heroes such as David Beckham or Jessica Ennis-Hill before stepping on stage with musical icons such as Freddie Mercury and Adele. New to Madam Tussauds is the world of Star Wars, where you can walk on sets such as the Millennium Falcon and Jabba's Throne Room. Here you can view your favourite heroes and villains from the film franchise.
If you enjoy horrible histories, then this is the place for you! This thrilling attraction allows you to see, hear, smell and feel London's darkest, most horrible stories as they come to life! Coming face to face with characters such as torturers and judges. Listen to their stories you'll feel yourself being drawn into another world you didn't know existed before now. Be warned, this isn't for the faint hearted, surprises are lurking in the dark...
For a break of all the sightseeing, why not sit back and relax with classic, and new shows at the theatre. Delve into a world of the arts and see the best musical showstoppers from Aladdin, Mamma Mia and Wicked, or if you want to see something more serious then Les Miserables or Brief Encounter. There are theatres spread all over London, so you can enjoy food and drinks whilst you're on the go.
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