Be one of the first to scale Europe’s tallest building and experience stunning views over London. Climb to floor 72 and get spectacular views for over 40 miles. All this at sunset just adds that extra thrill.
The world famous London Eye is the biggest Ferris wheel in Europe. From the top you get spectacular views of London you can't get from anywhere else. A must for first time visitors and locals alike.
Experience the truly British tradition of tea in an unusual way. Learn how to taste 24 different types of tea before creating your own unique blend to take home. Perfect for tea lovers or those new to tea.
Settle into the glamourous surroundings of Flemings hotel and experience a truly luxury afternoon tea for two. Indulge yourself on sandwiches, petit fours, scones, cupcakes and a glass of champagne.
Ever wanted to try the job of a zookeeper? With this unique experience you can follow one of the London Zoo zookeepers and get up close to the animals, feeding them and helping with activities.
Dare to spend the night in one of Britain's most haunted spots, under London Bridge. Spend 8 hours with the paranormal team hunting for ghosts, with vigils seances and experiments in to the spooky.
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.
Visit the home of tennis that plays host to the world famous Wimbledon tournament each year. Walk on the biggest courts, explore the press area and see the stunning collection of tennis artefacts in the museum.
Experience the history of Chelsea football club, with this unique tour. Explore the interactive museum, sit in the players' dressing room and walk down the tunnel to the pitch, perfect for all football fans.
Arsenal are one of the biggest names in world football, and have a new state-of-the-art stadium to match their reputation. Get behind the scenes and see the changing rooms, the players tunnel and the director's box.
Football is huge in London and Tottenham are one of the biggest teams in the city. Take a tour around their stadium- White Hart Lane, to learn about the history of the club and to get a player's perspective.
Explore the home of English rugby. Visit the royal box, test your strength on machines used by the players and explore the World Rugby Museum to soak up the history of the stadium.
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.
If you want more than one day at the theme park then it has its own hotels onsite. It is great fun for the kids, will save you the hassle of travelling and there are some brilliant deals available.
One of the biggest theme parks in the UK. Extreme rollercoasters are found alongside smaller rides, making it a fun day out for everyone, regardless of age or bravery!
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.
This unique museum is filled with oddities from around the world. Shrunken human heads, a huge chunk of the Berlin Wall, Marilyn Monroe’s sweater and a piece of genuine moon rock all await you.
See some of the biggest celebrities and most famous figures in history close up at the world famous wax museum. With 400 lifelike models (including Becks), it’s definitely worth a visit during your time in London.
The world’s oldest zoo, now has over 16,000 animals spread over 755 different species. From the Gorilla Kingdom, to an African bird safari, to the big cat enclosure, it is the perfect day out for all ages.
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.
A unique, exhilarating experience based around one of Britain's most famous characters. Travel down the Thames on a speed boat with your guide describing Bond's exploits, before you get to take charge of the boat.
The world's only interactive British music museum. See unique memorabilia, record yourself singing or playing an instrument with video tuition from some of the biggest names in music and see exclusive interviews.
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.
One of the largest aquariums in Europe, it houses over 500 species and has 14 different themed zones. Whether you want to see penguins and sharks, or colourful tropical fish London Aquarium's got it all.
Legoland is a fun theme park perfect for families. With a mixture or Lego themed rides, giant models and building workshops there is loads to keep the kids entertained.
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.
There is nothing more British than afternoon tea. Scones with jam and clotted cream, matched with a cup of tea is perfect. Experience it in grand historic surroundings either at Grosvenor Hotel or Fortnum & Mason.
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.
See the original, historic command centre that the British government used during World War II, and learn about one of Britain's greatest prime ministers- Winston Churchill. A truly unique and fascinating museum.