London Eye

At 135m (450ft) the BA LONDON EYE is the world's highest observation wheel and London's fourth tallest structure.


Its gradual 30 minutes 360 degree rotation offers passangers totally new perspectives of some of the Capital most famous landmarks and provide a birds-eye view usually only accessible by helicopter or aircraft.

Madame Tussaud's



HISTORIC ROYAL PALACES                                                        EVENTS CALENDAR
Tower of London - Hampton Court Palace - Kensington Palace - Banqueting House

Tower of London

One of the main attractions at the Tower today are the Crown Jewels, which have been housed there since the 14th century. They are still worn by the Queen and the Royal Family on ceremonial occcasion and the Tower's new display makes it possible to view them at close quarters.

Hampton Court Palace 

The stunning gardens are the most visited gardens in England.

Kensington Palace State Apartments

Highlights on show include the Kings Apartments with a magnificient collection of Old Masters. The Palace is also home of the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection, a unique display of royal, ceremonial and court dress including a selection of dresses worn and owned by HM Queen Elizabeth II and Diana Princess of Wales.

Concession £ 8.00 Child (5-15) £ 7.00 Family: £31.00
Banqueting House 

Designed by Inigo Jones in classical style, it is well worth a visit, especially to see the fabulous Rubens ceiling, commissioned by the extravagant Charles I. Chales was later beheaded on the balcony of the Banqueting house at the end of the English Civil War

Adult: £ 4.00 Concession £ 3.00 Child:(5-15) £ 2.60

ROYAL RESIDENCES  Buckingham Palace - Windsor Castle

Buckingham Palace        Summer Opening of the State Rooms    30 July - 27 September 2005

The famouse Changing of the Guard ceremony occurs at 11.30 daily from April to July (alternate days at other times of year

Adult: £12.50 £ Child:(5-15)
Windsor Castle

It has been completely renovated since the terrible fire of 1992 and visitors can view the State Apartments along with St George's Chapel and The Albert Memorial Chapel.

Adult:£15.00   Child:(5-15)

St Paul's Cathedral

St. Paul 's Cathedral is one of London 's most awe-inspiring sights. 

Its dome is the third largest in the world and its graceful bulk is an important feature of the City skyline.

There are 256 steps to the Whispering Gallery. The circular gallery carries sound round so that someone standing on the opposite side will hear your whispers quite clearly after several seconds' delay.

Adult:£12.50 £ Child:(5-15)

London Dungeon's

Blood and guts, torture and terror in re-enactments of some of the most gruesome events in British history.


Adult: £16.50 £ Child:(5-15)


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