Attractions

London is home to many eye-catching and impressive attractions. With some of them being the world’s most acclaimed, a trip to the city is incomplete without visiting at least a few of them. From Windsor Castle and the Houses of Parliament to the Tower Bridge and the London Eye, there’s truly something for everyone.

Pin down which landmarks and attractions intrigue you the most and plan your visit. It is sometimes difficult to see all of them on a single tour. One option is to buy separate tickets for the attractions you want to visit. However, you can save money by purchasing combo tickets or city passes, helping you make the most out of your time in the capital. Participate in the hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus and cruise tours to enjoy exploring the city at your own pace. Alternatively, enjoy a dinner cruise along the Thames, enter the world of your favourite movies, or fly the city skyline.

During your trip, visit London attractions to learn about the architectural, cultural and historical impact of England on the world. Every historical and modern-day attraction is a different experience you’re bound to enjoy. Book your tickets early to take advantage of passes that reduce costs, then travel the city for a memorable experience.

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  • Hassle-free transfers from London in an air-conditioned coach with complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Explore Windsor Castle, the State Apartments and St George's Chapel
  • Enjoy a walking tour of Oxford

Windsor Castle Tickets

Includes Audio Guide
(677)
  • Wander the oldest occupied castle in the worldon this three hour tour.
  • Explore lavish State Apartments and marvel at the impressive artwork by celebrated painters.
  • Explore St George's Chapel, the resting place for many past monarchs.
  • Delve into the Neolithic Age on a visit to Stonehenge
  • Enjoy the city of Bath, with its Georgian architecture and famous Roman Baths
  • Explore Salisbury Cathedral - one of the oldest churches in the United Kingdom - and see the Magna Carta

Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and Bath Tour

Includes Access to Roman Baths
(618)
  • Enjoy transfers to and from London in a comfortable luxury A/C vehicle
  • Visit Stonehenge and explore the city of Bath on an informative walking tour
  • Explore Windsor Castle with a multilingual audio guide

Kensington Palace Admission

Discover the Home of Royals
(520)
  • Discover the life and legacy of one of Great Britain's most famous monarchs, Queen Victoria.
  • Explore the beautiful Kensington Palace gardens, its shaded Cradle Walk and admire the splendid display of flora at the Sunken Garden.
  • Stroll through the luxurious rooms of the King's State Apartments.
  • Get free, one-time access to over 80 attractions and experiences in London.
  • Enjoy fast-track, skip-the-line entry for select experiences and save time.
  • A free 1-day Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour ticket is included with your pass, which allows you to explore the city onboard special sightseeing buses.

The Making of Harry Potter Studio Tour Tickets

Fully Guided Warner Bros. London Studio Tour
(381)
  • Visit the iconic sets of all eight Harry Potter films
  • Learn the secrets and behind-the-scenes facts with an expert guide
  • Stay as long as you like after the guided tour and receive priority re-entry into the studio

Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey Tour

Exclusive Skip the Line Access
(384)
  • Explore Westminster Abbey's rich history on a four-hour guided tour with a professional guide

Westminster Abbey Tickets

with Audio Guide
(353)
  • Visit this historic UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Learn the history of the Abbey - the traditional burial site of British monarchs
  • Walk down the aisles where Prince William and Kate Middleton got married in 2011
  • Wander through the Queen's weekend residence with an audio guide
  • Explore the luxurious State Apartments and view artwork by famous painters Rembrandt and Leonardo da Vinci
  • Visit St George's Chapel, the resting place for many past monarchs, including Henry VIII and his favourite wife Jane Seymour