One of London’s most famous attractions is the impressive London Eye. Go for a ride and enjoy the views of all the iconic landmarks.
London Film Museum
Visit the London Film Museum and experience a behind the scene tour of the world of films. You can find everything from real life sets to popular props here. You can also listen to Oscar winning artists talking about their blockbusters.
Sea Life London Aquarium
Situated on the ground floor of County Hall on the South Bank of Thames, Sea Life London Aquarium features a rich and diverse sea life. Seahorses, piranhas, rays and starfish are also on exhibit.
Golden Hinde, the ship Sir Francis Drake took to complete the circumnavigation of the world, has been rebuilt into a museum docked in Southwark. Situated in historic Bankside, the museum offers stunning views of the Thames. It conducts interactive tours and programmes. Come over and experience the life of an explorer. Whether you want to explore the hidden treasures or raise the ship’s anchor or just experience the atmosphere, a visit to the Golden Hinde museum is a delight! Add to that, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre which is just a walk away and you are there for a great experience.
Enjoy a lunchtime cruise down the beautiful river Thames and enjoy the beauty of London by night. Bateaux London is a restaurant cruise experience on the famous River Thames in London, England. Apart from good food and atmosphere, you can also enjoy live music entertainment.
Originally designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, Tate Modern is situated along the banks of the River Thames. The gallery pays respect to art from 1900 to the present day and is definitely the most popular gallery in Europe.
Somerset House: Embankment Galleries
This offers 750 square meters of exhibition space where the Hermitage Rooms used to be. The exhibition focuses on photography, fashion, design and architecture.
The gallery is situated on the riverside of Somerset House at street level.