This fascinating bridge is not only one of London's icons, but also one of the best-known bridges in the world.
This jaw-dropping museum has a phenomenal collection. It is so large that it cannot be possibly explored in a single day.
The grand arch is a monument to Queen Victoria. Its construction was finished in 1912 and for most of its existence it was owned by the…
The street is a well-known shopping area located in the West End neighborhood of London. Wondering about the unique name?
Come and admire this 19th-century bridge that links Westminster and Lambeth, and that is the oldest road bridge to cross the river Thames…
A lavish royal residence inhabited by princes and princesses since the 17th century.
This 1869 clipper ship served as a tea trade ship for Jock Willis Shipping Line.
Parliament Square sits close to many major London landmarks - from Westminster Abbey to the Houses of Parliament.
A legendary recording studio where lots of famous bands, such as Pink Floyd, The Beatles, Paul Robeson, and others, have been recording…
Not meant just for huge fans of Sherlock Holmes, this museum is for all who want to see artefacts from the Victorian era.
Go on a fascinating journey through London's transport history with many interactive exhibitions, which will entertain both children and…
History buffs will be impressed by this museum documenting the London past since prehistory to modern times.
This place served as the main church to the famous order the Knights Templars, who built it in the late 12th century.
Built in the 18th century, this pub displays various artefacts from the life of Winston Churchill and offers a great selection of beer.
The museum is housed in the home of the famous psychologist Sigmund Freud, who spent the last year of his life here with his family.
Saint Sophia Cathedral is a Greek Orthodox church on Moscow Road in the Bayswater area of London.
Explore the home of one of the most famous scientists of all times! The former home of Charles Darwin is open as a museum to the public and…
Visit the largest tennis museum in the world! It contains a large collection of items and clothes, some of them dating back to the 16th…
This street might look a regular one, but check out the numbers 23 and 24. These facades are fake - the underground used to run behind them!
The Electric Cinema is a movie theatre in Notting Hill, London, and is one of the oldest working cinemas in Britain.
London Museum of Water & Steam is an independent museum founded in 1975 as the Kew Bridge Steam Museum.