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The London Pass® by Go City
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The London Pass® by Go City

Explore London with The London Pass® and gain free entry to over 80 top attractions, fast track access, a free guidebook and special offers.

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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter tickets with transport
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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter tickets with transport

Book the Warner Bros Studios London tour with transfer included, and enter the magical world of the Harry Potter films and sample the legendary Butterbeer!

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Duration up to 7 hours 30 minutes
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Westminster Abbey tickets with audio guide
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Westminster Abbey tickets with audio guide

Buy these Westminster Abbey tickets now to explore the gothic architecture for yourself and walk through the halls where monarchs have been crowned.

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London Eye tickets
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London Eye tickets

Enjoy your London Eye and marvel at the best panoramic views of this iconic city.

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London Eye fast-track tickets
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London Eye fast-track tickets

Book these tickets now for fast track access to the London Eye to enjoy the best panoramic view of the city and its most loved attractions.

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Madame Tussauds London tickets
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Madame Tussauds London tickets

Buy your Madame Tussauds London tickets and get up close to all your favorite celebrities. See everyone from the Royals to Darth Vader to Usain Bolt.

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Duration up to 2 hours
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Tower Bridge tickets
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Tower Bridge tickets

Get your tickets to the London Tower Bridge experience to enjoy the views from the 42-metre-high bridge and walk along the glass floors

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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter (with Return Transportation) - Kings Cross Station Departures
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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter (with Return Transportation) - Kings Cross Station Departures

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Duration up to 7 hours 30 minutes
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St Paul’s Cathedral tickets
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St Paul’s Cathedral tickets

Buy your St Paul's Cathedral now and enjoy this stunning structure and learn about its fascinating history.

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Private walking tour to Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and much more
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Private walking tour to Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and much more

Join a private walking tour through Westminster covering the most famous sights such as Westminster Abbey, The Houses of Parliament and more

Duration 4 hours
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Open Top Vintage Bus Tour and River Thames Cruise
Excursions & day trips

Open Top Vintage Bus Tour and River Thames Cruise

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Step into the story of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde
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Step into the story of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

Join this thrilling self-guided audio game will send you on an exploration of London streets following the story of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.

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Duration up to 1 hour 30 minutes
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Things to do in London

Top 6 things to do in LondonLife moves fast in this sprawling cosmopolitan city. Famed for its diversity, it’s a melting pot of cultures and a hotbed of progressive art, fashion and music. That said, it’s equally well known for its long and fascinating past that stretches back almost two millennia. This is a place where innovation and the ancient go hand in hand, where you can admire both the historic Tower of London and the modern Shard, or the celebrated British museum and an avantgarde installation. The choices are endless. We make it easier by sharing our top picks with you. From the magnificent Buckingham Palace to an enviable array of world-class museums and a giant wheel with jaw-dropping views, discover the city’s best. 1. Tower of London Dating back to 1066, the Tower of London lets you glimpse the city’s grisly yet captivating past. Former royal residence, it also served as an armoury, treasury, mint, zoo and most famously a high-ranking prison where royalty and nobles met their tragic ends. You can also admire the glittering Crown Jewels. 2. Buckingham Palace No trip to London is complete without seeing the Buckingham Palace, symbol of the British monarchy and the official royal residence since 1837. While you can admire it from afar, nothing compares to standing before the grandeur of rooms such as the red-carpeted Grand Hall with its glittering chandeliers. 3. London Eye The world’s largest cantilevered observation wheel, the London Eye takes you a dizzying 135m up high. On a clear day views stretch as far as 40km, giving you a birds-eye vantage point on the city’s famed landmarks. It’s a slow 30-minute ride that’s so smooth, it’s easy to forget just how high up you are. 4. British Museum Opened in 1759, the British Museum is one of the world’s oldest and greatest museums, with an awe-inspiring collection of art and artifacts over two million years of human history. From the Rosetta Stone, key to decoding hieroglyphics, to the disputed Elgin Marbles, a visit here is an eye-opening experience. 5. Westminster Abbey If only these walls could speak. Since 960 AD Westminster Abbey has held (almost) every monarch’s coronation since William the Conqueror, 16 royal weddings and is the resting place of 3300 prominent people in British history, from poets to politicians. It’s also famed for its early English Gothic architecture. 6. National Gallery You could easily spend a day immersed in this collection of European masters with more than 2300 works. Covering the mid-13th century to the 1900s, it has paintings by acclaimed artists ranging from Da Vinci to Van Gogh, Picasso and Turner. While temporary exhibitions aren’t free, they’re also worth a look.
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