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London is a city that has a rich past. Situated on the banks of river Thames, it was named Londinium by the Romans, who laid its foundations in 50 AD. It is the official capital of England and is the country’s financial hub.

From Shakespeare to Jack the Ripper, London has been the home of many cultural icons over the centuries. A city rich in culture, where more than 300 languages are spoken, the city of London, perhaps, is the most diverse city on the planet.

Owing to its historical significance and fast-paced modernity, London is an attractive travel destination for over 30 million visitors each year. And if you are one of them, then we have accumulated a list of top 10 things that you should do when you are visiting London!

Top 10 Things To Do In London 2020

1- Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter

The Making of Harry Potter

If you are a big Potter-head, then this is the place to visit! This magical tour will give you a sneak-peak into the behind-the-scenes making of the Harry Potter series. The sets house the forbidden forest, the great hall of Hogwarts and in case that is not enough, you can get a chance to board the iconic Hogwarts Express at Platform 9 ¾ and stroll down Diagon alley!

Prices:

Child Ticket –  £94.00 per ticket
Adult Ticket – £99.00 per ticket
Timing: The first tour begins at 10:00 and the last tour is between 16:00 and 18:30

2- The London Eye

The London Eye or the Millennium Wheel is situated on the South Bank of River Thames. It is the world’s tallest (135 meters tall) cantilevered observation wheel, and the quality that distinguishes it from other Ferris wheels is that it is supported on only one side. A factor that plays a key role in allowing visitors to have an unobstructed 360-degree view of London’s biggest attractions!

the london eye

It has 32 high-tech glass capsules and one rotation lasts 30 minutes, giving you a breath-taking experience of the beautiful landscape of London. But that’s not all if this is your first time in London, each capsule has interactive guides who give you an in-depth insight to the captivating landmarks of London and that too in many different languages!

Prices:

Child Ticket –  £22.00 per ticket
Adult Ticket – £27.00 per ticket
Children under the age of 3 are allowed free entry
The ticket price includes entry to the 4D cinema situated behind the ticket office.

Fun Fact: The London Eye is not the first big wheel in London. In fact, there was a wheel constructed in 1895 titled “The Great Wheel”. It was constructed for the Empire of India Exhibition and was later demolished in 1907.

3- Buckingham Palace Tour

This is the official administrative headquarters of the British Monarch since 1837. Buckingham Palace was initially called the Buckingham House and was built in 1703 for John Sheffield, 3rd Earl of Mulgrave. The first British Monarch to assume residence at the Palace was Queen Victoria.

Buckingham Palace

The Buckingham Palace is a 700 room Palace and is one of the few working palaces in the world. A tour will take you through memory lane, as the Palace exhibits a Throne room, historical pieces of art by Canaletto, Rembrandt and Vermeer, and the highlight of the Palace which is a gigantic painting of Queen Victoria.

The Buckingham Palace is available for tours in the summer from 27 July 2020, to 4 October 2020.

Prices:
Child Ticket –  £14.50 per ticket
Adult Ticket – £26.50 per ticket
Children under the age of 5 are allowed free entry

4- Tower of London

This fascinating landmark of London has seen 22 executions, the latest being the execution of a German spy Josef Jakobs, who was shot sitting in a chair, on August 15th, 1941. The chair can be viewed at the Royal Armories’ artifact store.

Tower of London

The foundations of the Tower were laid by William the Conqueror at the end of 1066 AD. It was established as a military stronghold, a function which is played till the late 19th century. If you have an eye for historical landmarks, then the Tower of London has the honor of being one of the 911 World Heritage sites.

The tower houses the Royal Jewels (23,500 items) of the British Monarchy and is valued at £20 billion today!

Prices:
Child Ticket –  £14.40 per ticket
Adult Ticket – £28.90 per ticket
Children under the age of 5 are allowed free entry

Fun Fact: “If the ravens leave the Tower, the Kingdom will fall”. There are 6 ravens that currently reside at the Tower at all times.

5- Madame Tussauds

Since the time it originally opened in 1835, Madame Tussauds has been leaving guests energized and awed with the wide exhibit of A-list famous people highlighted in the wax historical center. In the wake of seeing Lady Gaga, Shakespeare, and Kim Kardashian very close or sitting and having an image taken with Her Majesty the Queen, it’s no big surprise that Madame Tussauds is still hailed as a most loved vacationer goal in London.

madame tussauds

Not only does Madame Tussauds is the house for famous celebrity wax models from the west, in fact, but it also showcases numerous celebrity icons from Asia! So if you are into Bollywood or K-pop then Madame Tussauds gets you the opportunity to click a selfie with your idols!

Prices:

Child Ticket –  £35.00 per ticket
Adult Ticket – £45.00 per ticket
Children under the age of 4 are allowed free entry

6- London Dungeon

Dive into the old capital’s most repulsive history at the London Dungeon – experience lives entertainers, exciting rides, and energizing embellishments. Venture over into the darkest of times… would you say you are sufficiently valiant to confront an hour and a half of London’s dim past?

thereaderblog london people

The UK’s first 5D laser ride has been unchained at the London Dungeon. A Victorian séance has turned out badly… As you turn around in the obscurity, would you be able to duck, plunge, evade and shoot out? A fast, high adrenaline ride, this is a definitive apparition chase with you at the core of the activity.

Where is the London Dungeon?

The London Dungeon has situated on London’s South Bank near Waterloo mainline and London underground stations.

Prices:

Adult Ticket – £27.00 per ticket

7- SEA LIFE London

The new SEA LIFE London Aquarium is home to probably the biggest assortment of worldwide marine life and the gem in the crown of the 28 SEA LIFE attractions in the UK and Europe. Arranged in the core of London, the experience takes guests on a vivid and eye-popping excursion along the Great Oceanic Conveyor.

london sea life aquarium

Along the way, a dazzling glass burrow walkway offers visitors a life-changing encounter by walking around a Tropical Ocean. There is a lot of collaboration en route, from taking care of the stingrays and watching jumping presentations to beautiful touch pools and amazing discovery zones. Other attractions include seahorses, octopus, zebra sharks, and the ever well-known comedian fish.

Prices:

Adult Ticket – £24.00 per ticket

8- The View From The Shard

Reach the pinnacle of London with a visit to The View from The Shard. At more than 1,000ft (300 meters) tall, The Shard in London Bridge is almost twice as high compared to any other structure in the city.

The View From The Shard

Travel is probably the quickest lifts in London. Look at the perspectives from the viewing platforms indoors on levels 68 and 69, and later take some breathtaking, unhindered, 360-degree views from level 72, which is outdoors.

Want to dine in? Don’t forget to check in one of these amazing venues at The Shard: Aqua Shard, Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard, Ting, Hutong, and Oblix.

Prices:

Child Ticket –  £22.95 per ticket

Adult Ticket – £28.90 per ticket

9- Hyde Park

Hyde Park is potentially the most popular park in London, and it is one of the biggest. The recreation center has recorded noteworthiness, having facilitated various shows and public protests including noteworthy protests by the Suffragettes.

hyde park

Hyde park’s acclaimed Speaker’s Corner is still lit by public discussions, mass protests, and artists consistently. The recreation center is home to a few commemoration highlights, and two waterways, the most renowned being the Serpentine. Here you can go paddle-sailing, see various swans, and take in a much-needed refresher in the focal point of the city. If you love exploring, Hyde Park is a must!

10- Baker Street

One of the cultural icons of London is Baker Street, famous in pop culture for being on the road that Arthur Conan Doyle’s scandalous investigator Sherlock Holmes lived on.

baker street london

Today you can discover a Sherlock Holmes historical center close to the Underground station, particularly mainstream after the BBC’s remake of ‘Sherlock’. Madame Tussauds is practically around the bend, the universally celebrated wax exhibition hall where you can take selfies with your preferred big names.

Thereafter, get away from the hordes of Baker Street in the close by Regent’s Park, or by climbing Primrose Hill for London’s most awe-inspiring perspective on the city.

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