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Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology

Now closed
The Ashmolean is the University of Oxford’s museum of art and archaeology, featuring Egyptian mummies to contemporary art, telling human stories across cultures and across time.

Blenheim Palace

Now closed
Blenheim Palace is open from the 4th of July weekend. Pre-booked tickets are essential.

Cutty Sark

Now closed
The Cutty Sark is the world’s last surviving tea clipper and was the fastest ship of her day. Now located in Greenwich, climb aboard and discover her history.

Handel & Hendrix in London

Now closed
Separated by a wall & 200 years are the homes of two musicians who chose London & changed music. Visit the former homes of both the Anglo-German composer George Frideric Handel and the American guitarist Jimi Hendrix.

Jack the Ripper Tour

7:00 pm
Step into the Autumn of terror. The original Jack the Ripper Murders tour has been delving into the dark world of one of history's most infamous murderers since 1982.

Keats House

Now closed
Keats House is the beautiful Regency villa where Romantic poet John Keats found inspiration, friendship and love. See his paintings, books, letters and household items, plus the engagement ring he gave to his sweetheart, Fanny Brawne.

Kensington Palace

Now closed
Walk in the footsteps of royalty at the birthplace of Queen Victoria, Princess Diana’s final home and where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge currently reside with their children.

Kenwood House

Now closed
On the edge of Hampstead Heath, Kenwood House and its beautifully landscaped gardens is one of London's hidden gems

Kia Oval Ground Tours

Now closed
Follow in the footsteps of sporting legends and take a tour of this fascinating and historic venue, and the birthplace of the Ashes.

London Walks

London's oldest walking tour company offers more than 300 walks led by multi-award-winning guides who are experts in their fields.

Madame Tussauds

Now closed
The infamous home of famous names. Madame Tussauds features life-sized wax figures depicting faces from the worlds of entertainment, politics, sport and history, from the Queen to Adele.

Old Royal Naval College

Now closed
Sir Christopher Wren’s riverside masterpiece, part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site, is home to a neoclassical chapel and the Painted Hall.

Queen's House

Now closed
Art, architecture and sublime views: discover Greenwich's hidden gem today.

Royal Academy of Arts

Now closed
For over 250 years, the Royal Academy of Arts has existed to champion art and artists.

Sea Life London

Now closed
Sea Life London is one of Europe’s largest aquariums with 500 species of global marine life and walk-through tank tunnels, including a dramatic glass walkway above a school of sharks.

Shakespeare's Globe

Now closed
The Globe battled to survive plague, fire and political oppression, before rising again after 400 years. Watch plays as they would have been shown in Shakespeare's time.

Somerset House

8:00 am
Somerset House is home to London’s working arts centre, one of the most beautiful courtyards in Europe and is a popular filming location too.

St Martin-in-the-Fields

Now closed
St Martin-in-the-Fields is an architectural jewel sitting at the corner of one of the world’s most famous squares. Open for prayer and live concerts, both in person and online.

St Paul's Cathedral

Now closed
Step inside and enjoy the Cathedral's awe-inspiring interior, and uncover fascinating stories about its history.

Stonehenge

Now closed
Stonehenge is the world’s most famous stone circle and a World Heritage Site, standing at more than 5,000 years old.

ThamesJet

Now closed
Experience an exhilarating day out on the water with a high-speed boat ride on the River Thames. Keep an eye out for all London's top landmarks as you go whizzing past on the water.

The British Library

Now closed
The world's largest library, with a great permanent collection and a full calendar of events available to both members and visitors.

The London Bridge Experience

Now closed
Special effects and actors bring the history of London Bridge to life in this spine-tinglingly scary, immersive history lesson.

The London Dungeon

Now closed
See, hear, feel and even smell the 'bad old days' as they come to life via costumed characters and special effects at the London Dungeon.

The Ritz Restaurant

Now closed
With its fine art and crystal chandeliers, The Ritz is a London institution – sit in the elegant dining room whilst perusing the menu by Michelin-starred chef, John Williams.

The Royal Institute of Great Britain

Now closed
Grade I-listed Georgian building housing a museum about the institution’s 15 Nobel Prize-winning scientists.

The Steam Dreams Rail Co.

Steam Dreams Rail Co welcomes over 19,000 passengers on board each year on over 50 trips and stops at 100 stations across the UK. Combining the magic of steam travel with beautiful countryside and exceptional onboard service.

Tower Bridge

Now closed
Tower Bridge is one of London's most iconic landmarks. Experience the skyline from above the River Thames and walk across the glass walkway.

Tower of London

Now closed
The Tower of London, the home of the Crown Jewels, is now open. Meet the elaborately dressed Beefeaters and discover the castle's history.

Up at The O2

Now closed
Take an exhilarating outdoor climb over the world-famous roof and enjoy the incredible views of London at Up at The O2.
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