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British Museum
London's famous British Museum explores works of man from prehistoric to modern times. See the Rosetta Stone and much more
National Gallery
See one of the greatest collections of European painting in the world in the National Gallery
Natural History Museum
Meet the dinosaurs, experience an earthquake simulator and explore the new Darwin Centre at London's Natural History Museum
Tate Modern
Housed in the former Bankside Power Station in London, Tate Modern is Britain's national museum of modern art
The London Eye
See more than 50 famous London landmarks in just 30 minutes on the London Eye - the world's highest observation wheel
Science Museum
Take a fascinating look the major scientific advances of the last 300 years at the Science Museum
Victoria and Albert Museum
See 3,000 years worth of amazing artefacts from many of the world's richest cultures at the Victoria and Albert Museum
Tower of London
Discover the secrets of 900 years of royal gossip at the Tower of London, one of the world's most famous palaces
National Maritime Museum
One of the greatest maritime museums of the world with nautical displays and more
Madame Tussauds
Come face-to-face with some of the world's most famous faces at Madame Tussauds and interact with your favourite celebrity
Matilda The Musical
See the RSC's award-winning hit musical Matilda at the Cambridge Theatre in London. Booking until May 2015
Thriller – Live
See this Michael Jackson musical tribute live in London with spectacular dance routines and special effects. Until Sep 2014
The Lion King
Be dazzled by the amazing costumes, special effects and music in Disney's stage adaptation of The Lion King. Until Jan 2015
Phantom of the Opera
Andrew Lloyd Webber's epic musical of doomed love continues to wow West End audiences night after night. Until Oct 2014
Billy Elliot
See the smash hit musical adaptation of the famous film, with original music by Elton John. Booking until Dec 2015
The Book of Mormon
Don't miss the hit Broadway comedy musical from the creators of South Park at London's Prince of Wales Theatre. Ongoing
Les Misérables
Les Misérables is an epic tale of passion and destruction during the French revolution. Booking until Oct 2014
Stomp
Enjoy the revamped Stomp in London with music, dance routines and a new act starring big rubber tyres! Until Dec 2014
Wicked
Based on the novel by Gregory Maguire, Wicked tells the incredible untold story of the Witches of Oz. Booking to Apr 2015
Hampton Court Palace
Discover 500 years of Royal history at Hampton Court Palace and explore its beautiful gardens and famous maze
Kew Palace
Kew Palace is the most intimate of London's royal palaces; it's now preserved as it was in Georgian times
Tower of London
Discover the secrets of 900 years of royal gossip at the Tower of London, one of the world's most famous palaces
Kensington Palace
Home to the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection and the magnificent State Apartments, as well as a display about Queen Victoria
Royal Mews
The Royal Mews is a working stable and home to the royal collection of historic coaches
Buckingham Palace
The Queen's official London residence is open to visitors in the summer months
Queen's Gallery
Admire works of art from the Royal Collection at The Queen's Gallery in Buckingham Palace
Household Cavalry Museum
You've seen Changing the Guard; now look behind the scenes
Debenhams
Debenhams on Oxford Street sells everything from toiletries and clothes to furniture and kitchenware
Fenwick of Bond Street
Fenwick is home to five floors of luxury retail on Bond Street, selling designer clothes, bags, shoes and fashion
Fortnum & Mason
Luxury legend Fortnum & Mason has been selling food, luggage, homewares, cosmetics and clothes to Londoners since 1707
Harrods
A London landmark, Harrods is one of the world's most famous department stores
Harvey Nichols
One of London's top shopping destinations in Knightsbridge, Harvey Nichols is a fashionista favourite
House of Fraser
House of Fraser is renowned for its designer brands and exclusive collections
John Lewis
London's Oxford street boasts one of John Lewis's largest stores, complete with new Brasserie and Bistro
Liberty
Luxury furniture, exquisite clothes, designer accessories and exclusive beauty products can all be found in Liberty
Marks & Spencer
The flagship store on Oxford street has all the M&S classics, including fashions, homewares, and a mouth-watering foodhall
Selfridges
A world-famous department store, at Selfridges you can deck out your home, your wardrobe or your jewellery box
The Athenaeum
Sit down to an award-winning afternoon tea in The Athenaeum's Garden Room while gazing out at a stunning living wall
The Berkeley
If you're a fan of fashion, head to The Berkeley's Caramel Room for the Prêt-à-Portea tea
Brown's Hotel
Relax to the sounds of the piano as you enjoy sandwiches, pastries, scones and cakes from the trolley at Brown's Hotel
Claridge's
Claridge's was awarded The Tea Guild's Top London Afternoon Tea in 2011
The Dorchester
Enjoy afternoon tea in The Dorchester's famous marble and gilt Promenade
Fortnum & Mason
In Fortnum & Mason's Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon you can enjoy a range of teas selected by Fortnum's tea taster
The Langham
Afternoon tea at The Langham was named the Tea Guild's Top London Afternoon Tea in 2012 and 2010
OXO Tower
Enjoy Afternoon Tea overlooking the river Thames and St Paul's Cathedral at the OXO Tower rooftop brasserie
The Ritz
Tea at The Ritz is nothing less than an institution. Afternoon tea is served in the Palm Court with a pianist or harpist
The Savoy
The Savoy's afternoon tea is served in the elegant Thames Foyer, accompanied by a pianist on a white piano
British Museum
London's famous British Museum explores works of man from prehistoric to modern times. See the Rosetta Stone and much more
Design Museum
The Design Museum is the world's leading museum devoted to contemporary design in every form: from furniture to graphics
Imperial War Museum
The Imperial War Museum tells the heart-wrenching tales of those who have lived and died in conflicts since WWI
London Transport Museum
A museum celebrating London's historic transport system
Museum of London
The world's largest urban museum is packed with historic objects and exhibitions telling the story of London's past
Natural History Museum
Meet the dinosaurs, experience an earthquake simulator and explore the new Darwin Centre at London's Natural History Museum
National Maritime Museum
One of the greatest maritime museums of the world with nautical displays and more
Science Museum
Take a fascinating look the major scientific advances of the last 300 years at the Science Museum
Victoria and Albert Museum
See 3,000 years worth of amazing artefacts from many of the world's richest cultures at the Victoria and Albert Museum
Hyde Park
One of London's finest historical landscapes covering 142 hectares, Hyde Park is a favourite in the heart of the capital
The Regent's Park
The Park offers the largest outdoor sports area in London so bring along your cricket bat and football!
Richmond Park
See the deer at the largest and wildest of London's Royal Parks, Richmond Park
St James's Park
Visit the pelicans in St James's Park, the lovely Royal Park in Central London, home to ceremonial parades on the Mall
Victoria Park
Victoria Park was London's first public park and is now host to some of London's biggest events, such as Lovebox
Greenwich Park
Greenwich Park is the oldest of the Royal Parks and offers spectacular views over the River Thames
Hampstead Heath
Take a romantic walk on Hampstead Heath and enjoy magnificent views over London.
Clapham Common
One of London's largest open spaces, Clapham Common has plenty of room to relax in the sun
Battersea Park
Battersea Park is a huge, flat park which is home to the Battersea Children's Zoo and a riverside promenade
Lee Valley Park
Lee Valley Regional Park stretches 26 miles (42 km) along the River Lee to Ware in Hertfordshire
Apsley House
The magnificent home of the first Duke of Wellington is known as Number 1 London, and is one of the city's finest mansions
Dr Johnson's House
Explore the 300-year-old former home of Samuel Johnson, where the writer compiled his epic Dictionary of the English Language
Eltham Palace
Visit this stunning art deco mansion in Eltham, built on the site of a medieval palace
Fenton House
Fenton House in Hampstead Village is one of London's most enchanting country houses
Ham House
See beautiful paintings and furniture and find out about centuries of Royal and political secrets at this historic house
Kenwood House
Admire sweeping views and magnificent artworks, and see where romantic comedy Notting Hill was filmed
Leighton House Museum
Lord Leighton's magnificent historic house and art collection has been refurbished and re-opened to the public
Mansion House
Visit the stately Mansion House, the official residence of the Lord Mayor of London, built in the 18th Century
Osterley House
Osterley Park and House is one of the last surviving country estates in London, once described as "the palace of palaces"
Red House
Indulge your love of arts and crafts at Red House, home of designer William Morris
Spencer House
Spencer House is an impressive palace in St James's. Take a guided tour of London's only intact 18th century private palace
Sutton House
Sutton House is a rare example of a Tudor red-brick house in Hackney. It's now an arts and education centre for East London
William Morris Gallery
William Morris Gallery
Barbican Art Gallery
From acclaimed architects to Turner prize-winning artists, Barbican Art Gallery presents major exhibitions
Hayward Gallery
Part of the Southbank Centre. The Hayward has been at the forefront of influential art since 1968
National Gallery
See one of the greatest collections of European painting in the world in the National Gallery
National Portrait Gallery
See portraits of famous and infamous British people from the Tudors to the present day
Royal Academy of Arts
The Royal Academy of Arts hosts some of the capital's finest temporary and touring exhibitions
Saatchi Gallery
One of the world's largest contemporary art galleries - and you can explore it for free!
Serpentine Gallery
The Serpentine Gallery is located in a London's Hyde Park and showcases international modern and contemporary art
Somerset House
Explore London's Somerset House, home to some of the world's most magnificent and famous artworks
Tate Britain
Tate Britain is the original Tate Gallery and holds the largest collection of British art in the world
Tate Modern
Housed in the former Bankside Power Station in London, Tate Modern is Britain's national museum of modern art
Whitechapel Gallery
East London's Whitechapel Gallery champions contemporary art with internationally acclaimed exhibitions and events programmes

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