Venture to sights like Royal Artillery Barracks and Greenwich Heritage Centre as you discover Woolwich.
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Britain’s most famous home, the luxurious personal residence and workplace of Queen Elizabeth II, is open to all.
One of London’s most resounding landmarks is a treasured emblem of England.
One of the world’s most well-preserved medieval castles, this historic building is known for its fascinating and gruesome history.
Created as the focal point of Britain’s millennium celebrations, today this architectural wonder offers a world of entertainment under one enormous roof.
Visit this cathedral to learn about the history behind London’s most iconic church and its Baroque dome that overlooks the city.
Once the private hunting grounds of a king, London's most famous park is today a place where everyone can enjoy gardens, monuments and music performances.
Embark on a spine-tingling excursion through London's Greenwich World Heritage Site during a guided ghost tour to discover the neighborhood's chilling history. Get swept up in the thrills and chills as you venture past famous landmarks, absorbing spooky stories about London's ghastly past.
Get a firsthand look at more than 1,000 years of British royal history with a visit to the storied castle grounds at the Tower of London. Marvel at the glittering Crown Jewels and coronation regalia of monarchs past, and roam the ramparts with the famous Beefeaters who still protect the tower.
Fly high above the slow-moving waters of the Thames for a bird's-eye vantage point over London's historical landmarks and modern architecture. Take in far-reaching views of St Paul's Cathedral, Tower Bridge, and the Tower of London on this relaxed revolution over the British metropolis.
The Warner Bros. Studio Tour is an absolute must for fans of the Harry Potter series of books and films. Go behind the scenes to discover the secrets behind the filming of all 8 films as you explore the actual sets used to film scenes in Hogwarts, Diagon Alley, and Privet Drive—to name but a few.
Venture outside of London to soak up the history and culture beyond the city limits. Step onto the royal grounds of Windsor Castle early in the morning to avoid the crowds, ponder the mysteries of Stonehenge, and roam the UNESCO-listed stone streets of Bath after lunch in traditional English pub.
Zip around London town like a local on one of the city's iconic double-decker buses. Hop off to explore the city's historic sights and iconic architecture on foot, and glide down the River Thames on a sightseeing cruise to immerse yourself in the rich history and culture of the English capital.
Hop across the pond and you’ll arrive in lovely London. Yes, Londoners may speak the same language as us, but you’ll be pleasantly surprised to uncover the many splendid differences between the states and the UK. For example, did you …
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Travelers love Greenwich for its fantastic nightlife, and you can see more of London Borough of Bexley by jumping on the metro at Woolwich Arsenal DLR Station or North Greenwich Underground Station. You might spend time checking out top sights like Greenwich Park and Royal Observatory.
Wander around London’s financial district in the scenic docklands with the tallest skyscrapers in the city. They are home to some of the world’s biggest companies.
Travelers love Stratford for its popular shops, and you can see more of London by jumping on the metro at Leyton Underground Station or Stratford High Street DLR Station. You might spend time checking out top sights like Westfield Stratford City and London Stadium.
Liverpool Street and Brick Lane are top sights in Shoreditch, and you should be sure to explore the fantastic nightlife. Hop aboard the metro at Old Street Underground Station or Aldgate East Station to see more sights in the area.
Discover a compelling blend of modern culture and rich heritage in London’s financial heart.
The great bars and picturesque gardens are just a few popular features of the neighborhood. Make a stop by Royal Opera House or Covent Garden Market while you're visiting, and jump aboard the metro at Covent Garden Underground Station to get around town.