Sightseeing

  • Smithfield Market Tours

    Platinum Partner

    Walking Tour

    London Central Markets, EC1A 9PQ [map]

  • Alternative London Cycling Tours

    Gold Partner

    Cycling Tour

    The Alternative London Bus, 1-3 Rivington Street, EC2A 3BE [map]

    Alternative London Tours takes you into the heart of London's vibrant East End to discover the cultural and creative side of the capital.

  • Alternative London Walking Tours

    Gold Partner

    Walking Tour

    Brushfield Street, E1 6AN [map]

    Discover the London you won't find in the guidebooks with London's original off-the-beaten-track tour provider! Come with us to explore the past and present of the capital's cultural and creative hub.

  • ArcelorMittal Orbit

    Gold Partner

    Monument / Statue

    Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, E20 2SS [map]

    Yelp 3 out of 5 Based on 2 reviews

    Britain's tallest sculpture and acclaimed landmark of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, giving unrivalled views of London from the east. Opening April 2014. Tickets on sale January 2014.

  • Bank of England Museum

    Gold Partner

    Museum

    Bartholomew Lane, City of London, EC2R 8AH [map]

    5 TripAdvisor traveller rating
    Based on 82 reviews

    This fascinating museum tells the story of the Bank of England since its foundation in1694 to its role in today's economy. There's even a genuine gold bar which may be handled!

  • Barbican Art Gallery

    Gold Partner

    Gallery

    Level 3, Barbican Centre, Silk Street, EC2Y 8DS [map]

    4 TripAdvisor traveller rating
    Based on 6 reviews

    From acclaimed architects, to Turner prize-winning artists, the Barbican Art Gallery presents major exhibitions by leading international figures.

  • British Library

    Gold Partner

    Museum

    96 Euston Road, NW1 2DB [map]

    5 TripAdvisor traveller rating
    Based on 320 reviews

    Open to all visitors, the British Library offers temporary exhibitions, events and a Treasures gallery that displays over 200 items, including Magna Carta, a Gutenberg Bible and lyrics by the Beatles.

  • British Museum

    Gold Partner

    Museum

    British Museum, Great Russell Street, WC1B 3DG [map]

    5 TripAdvisor traveller rating
    Based on 6,202 reviews

    Visiting the British Museum in London is free. It's one of the greatest museums in the world!

  • The British Postal Museum & Archive

    Gold Partner

    Museum

    Freeling House/Phoenix Pl, Bloomsbury, WC1X 0DL [map]

    Explore the history of post. Find out about stamps, messages, telegraphs and how British Postal communications shaped the world.

  • British Pullman

    Gold Partner

    Tour

    4 Battle Bridge Lane, 1st Floor Shackleton House, SE1 2HP [map]

    With departures from London and many other cities and towns, our trains give you the chance glide through stunning scenery on your way to exciting destinations all over Britain.

  • British Tours

    Gold Partner

    Tour

    615 Linen Hall, 162-168 Regent Street, W1B 5TE [map]

    Britain's longest-established tour operator founded in 1958, offering flexible privately guided tours by car and minibus with expert tour guides.

  • Central Hall Westminster

    Gold Partner

    Historic Site / House

    Storey's Gate, SW1H 9NH [map]

    The Grade II listed architectural masterpiece is the ideal ‘add on’ when visiting Westminster and the Houses of Parliament. Located opposite the Abbey, we offer free guided tours (20 mins).

  • Circular Cruise, Westminster

    Gold Partner

    River Tour

    Blackfriars Pier, The Old Pump House, Paul's Walk, EC4V 3QR [map]

    Daily scheduled circular cruises lasting approximately one hour from Westminster Pier.

  • The Courtauld Gallery

    Gold Partner

    Gallery

    Courtauld Institute of Art at Somerset House, Strand, WC2R 0RN [map]

    5 TripAdvisor traveller rating
    Based on 743 reviews

    Come face to face with world-famous art at The Courtauld Gallery. The collection ranges from Renaissance to the 20th century and is renowned for the unrivalled collection of Impressionist paintings.

  • Cutty Sark

    Gold Partner

    Historic Site / House

    King William Walk, Greenwich, SE10 9HT [map]

    5 TripAdvisor traveller rating
    Based on 225 reviews

    Cutty Sark reopened in April 2012 - book now to visit a true London landmark and national icon of British maritime history.

  • English Heritage

    Gold Partner

    Historic Site / House

    London, W1J 7NT [map]

    English Heritage looks after a wealth of beautiful properties in London. From Medieval to Georgian to Art Deco and more - there is something for everyone.

  • English Heritage: Kenwood House

    Gold Partner

    Historic Site / House

    Hampstead Lane, NW3 7JR [map]

    5 TripAdvisor traveller rating
    Based on 45 reviews

    Set on the edge of Hampstead Heath surrounded by tranquil landscaped gardens, Kenwood is now open. The house, its breathtaking interiors and stunning art collection are free for everyone to enjoy.

  • Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art

    Gold Partner

    Gallery

    39A Canonbury Square, N1 2AN [map]

    4 TripAdvisor traveller rating
    Based on 7 reviews

    The Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art holds six galleries, an art library, cafe and bookshop. The Collection contains Futurist works, and figurative art and sculpture from 1890 to the 1950s.

  • Fat Tire Bike Tours & Classic Walks

    Gold Partner

    Cycling Tour

    Various tour meeting points throughout London, W2 3RX [map]

    5 TripAdvisor traveller rating
    Based on 730 reviews

    Two choices: day & evening tours! Hop on a bike and enjoy an active, safe, leisurely, educational and entertaining tour of London! Or join us for one of our Classic Walks and Tastes of London Tours.

  • Foundling Museum

    Gold Partner

    Museum

    40 Brunswick Square, WC1N 1AZ [map]

    5 TripAdvisor traveller rating
    Based on 30 reviews

    The Foundling Museum tells the story of the Foundling Hospital, London’s first home for abandoned babies established by Royal Charter in 1739.