This spectacular medieval castle has been a royal residence for centuries and is still used by the Queen today. It is the largest and oldest inhabited castle in the world, with stunning interiors.
Built in 1066 and now a World Heritage site, the Tower of London is one of the must-see tourist destinations in the Capital. See the priceless Crown Jewels and talk to the guards still protecting the tower today.
The iconic bridge is one of the most well-known landmarks in London, but did you know you can go inside it? Discover the Victorian engine rooms and take a lift up 42 metres above the Thames for stunning views.
One of the most historic and beautiful buildings in the UK. Jump the queues with a priority ticket to see the historic tombs of long-dead Britons and get stunning views over London from the dome.
Based at Buckingham Palace these are some of the most elaborate working stables in the world. See the stunning collection of historic carriages which have been used by Kings and Queens throughout the centuries.
Ride the UK's first 5D ride, sit in the infamous Sweeney Todd barber shop, purvey the crime scene of Jack the Ripper. Experience London's often gruesome history through live shows and terrifying rides.
Regularly voted the scariest attraction in the UK, this experience is set in the vaults underneath London Bridge. Go on a chilling tour of London's history, before braving the ghosts and zombies of London Tombs.
A Royal residence set in the beautiful Kensington Gardens. The magnificent 17th-century palace was the official residence of Princess Diana and now of William and Kate, so you'll be in good company on your visit.
The only surviving residence of Benjamin Franklin in the world. The building now houses a museum devoted to the Founding Father of the United States. Great for families, there are story-tellers and experiments.
The grandest surviving banqueting hall in London, this is one of the Capital's hidden gems. The 17th century building is impressive enough from the outside, but the glorious interior will take your breath away.
This stunning royal palace is almost 500 years old and today is one of Britain's most-loved attractions. Admire the decadent interiors of the palace, relax in the beautiful gardens, and get lost in the huge maze.