Top Sights in London

If there’s one thing that London has plenty of, it’s sights. Here, we will take in in depth look at the best they have to offer.

London Eye

One of the first to come to mind when pondering where to visit in London. The Coca Cola London Eye has always been a tourist favourite and offers some beautiful sites both day and night. It is located in the heart of London opposite the Houses of Parliament. At 135 metres, the Coca-Cola London Eye is the world’s tallest observation wheel over a river. The London Eye will take you as high as 40 Kilometres and will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

What hours it the London Eye open?

The London eye tends to be open to the public at 10am and closes at around 9pm.

What facilities does the London Eye have?

The London Eye has just about every facility imaginable availabe on the premises. From wheel chair access, to a gift shop, to wifi access.

Other events are hosted around the London Eye from time to time including a Firework Display and a Bus Tour.

Tower of London

Although the Tower of London contains infamous and perhaps negative history, it is history none the less. From William the Conqueror, to Henry VIII, to Elizabeth I, the Tower of London is pack filled with history from the heart of England. A popular visit at the Tower of London for the past few years has been the Crown Jewels which are still often used by the queen.

Madame Tussauds London

Are you a Celebrity Nut? Then Madame Tussauds London is perfect for you. Filled with Wax Models of famous celebrities, here you can pose a selfie which your favourite stars and show your friends.

British Museum

Founded in 1753, the British Museum located in London is rumoured to have over 2 million years worth of history inside. 6 million people visit the British Museum each year to see famous sites such as: The Rosetta Stone, Parthenon sculptures, Egyptian mummies and much more.