Come to Greenwich and enjoy its museums, live music, and sightseeing.
Cozy bars, museums, and top sights from Greenwich Park to Royal Observatory—discover it all in Greenwich.
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Created as the focal point of Britain’s millennium celebrations, today this architectural wonder offers a world of entertainment under one enormous roof.
Investigate the decks and hull of this handsome 19th-century wooden sailing ship, the last remaining tea clipper in the world.
One of London’s largest parks was once a royal hunting ground and is now a popular place to enjoy pretty flower displays, live music and superb city views.
Royal Observatory is a popular museum in London with a story of its own. Discover the fascinating museums and notable monuments in this vibrant area.
Marvel at a famous ceiling mural in the elegant dining hall where war hero Horatio Nelson’s body lay after the Battle of Trafalgar.
National Maritime Museum is a popular museum in London with a story of its own. Amble around this vibrant area's riverfront or experience its fascinating museums.
Access over 80 attractions including a hop-on-hop-off bus tour, while saving money. Visit cultural treasures like The Tower of London and Westminster Abbey. No tickets, no hassle! The London Pass® is a sightseeing credits package giving you access to over 80 top London attractions, tours and museums in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 10 consecutive days.
Discover London at your own pace, relaxing and traveling by River Red Rover. Plan your route and hop on or off the cruise as many times as you want. Admire the city’s iconic sights as you glide along the Thames between each destination.
Traipse above the roof of the largest indoor venue in London on a thrilling excursion that allows you to bask in glorious views of the city. Follow your guide along a fabric walkway stretching across the O2 toward the center of the arena where panoramic views await.
Board your pleasure boat at Westminster Pier and cruise to Greenwich to see London's historical sights from the River Thames. Boats depart every 30 minutes and take in sights such as the Houses of Parliament, Tower Bridge and the Tate Modern, making it an ideal adventure for the entire family.
Thames Clippers are the fastest and most frequent fleet on the river, with departures from key London piers every 20 minutes. The fleet of 18 high speed catamarans link London’s attractions, offering an alternative way to see the city sights.
Visit: The Household Cavalry Museum, Horse Guards Whitehall, London SW1A 2AX England Head inside the Household Cavalry Museum in London with your entrance ticket, and then browse the extensive museum at your own pace.
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