Built in 1080 by William the Conqueror and extended over the centuries, the Tower of London is one of the world’s most famous castles, and a symbol of London’s medieval past.
Take in unforgettable views of iconic London landmarks like Big Ben, Westminster Palace and St. Paul's from the Coca-Cola London Eye - a giant observation wheel situated in the heart of London on the River Thames. Choose between standard or fast-track entry, or combine with a pass to some of London's top attractions.
World-famous for its life-exuding waxworks, Madame Tussauds London is must-visit attraction, getting you right next to the superstars of cinema, TV, music, sports, politics and history.
It's probably the most famous bridge in the world, but not many know that you can actually go inside it. Explore the iconic Tower Bridge Exhibtion for an insider's perspective on this marvel of Victorian engineering.
St Paul’s Cathedral has been a dominant feature of the London landscape for over 300 years. Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece is one of London's most recognisable landmarks - visit to enjoy dramatic interior views of its dome, three galleries and crypt.
Join Shrek and friends on an exciting adventure into the Kingdom of Far Far Away, and beyond! This original walk and ride attraction is fun for the whole family, and brings all your favourite Shrek characters to life.
Discover the dark side of London's dramatic history at the London Dungeon, an immersive walk-through experience that presents shady events from London's past in all their
Embark on an underwater adventure at SeaLife Aquarium, one of Europe's largest collections of marine life. Take a fascinating journey through the world’s ocean to see over 600 different species, from the tropical waters of Nemo’s Reef to the icy Antarctic, home of the Gentoo Penguin.
The Royal Mews is home to the royal collection of historic coaches and carriages. Located right next to Buckingham Palace, it is considered to be one of the finest working stables in existence.
ZSL London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo, and has been educating and inspiring visitors since opening in 1828. Today the Zoo is home to over 20,000 animals, including lions, tigers, gorillas, crocodiles, penguins, lemurs, and more than 600 other fascinating species.
Experience more with our London Attraction Packages
Complement your sightseeing experience with a ticket that combines our London bus tour with attraction entry. Choose from a number of must-see London attractions and enjoy a convenient and easy sightseeing experience.