Londinium founded along the banks 2000 years ago. Lots of walks and river boat tours.
Too many to mention. Contact the London Tourist Board.
Strand - lively area with street cafes, stylish shops and markets.
46 Bloomsbury Street, WC1. The oldest Museum in the world.
Victoria and Albert Museum
Cromwell Road, SW7. Contains one of the world’s finest collections of fine arts, also sculpture, watercolours, jewellery and musical
Natural History Museum
SW7 - dinosaur exhibition, ecology gallery, mammal balcony.
Barbican - History of London from prehistoric times, including simulated shops and living quarters.
Southbank, SE1. A huge observation wheel on the River Thames next to County Hall, enables visitors to see views up to 25 miles. Booking by phone 0870
Millbank, SW1. Extensive range of British works from the 16th to 20th centuries.
Bankside, just across the River Thames from St. Pauls Cathedral. It is a redundant bankside power station converted into a magnificent gallery of
The Strand. A magnificent building housing a display of art treasures.
Baker Street. One of the finest waxwork museums in existence.
Baker Street. A fascinating moving astronomical display.
Knightsbridge. The world famous department store.
Tower of London
A residue of English history - from approximately 1300.
Display of horrors and tortures from British history.
St. Pauls Cathedral
St. Pauls Churchyard. Designed by Christopher Wren in 1672.
SW1 - resting place for the famous setting of coronations and pageants.
SW1 - one of London’s rare Byzantine buildings.
SW1 - London home of the Queen of England.
London Tourist Board tel: (0)207 932 2000
For economic travel you can purchase 1 day or 7 day tickets (at Tube stations) for
tube/bus/train. Half price tickets are available for 5-15 year olds. (Children aged 14 and 15 years need a Child Photocard)