Attractions to visit while on a British staycation this summer
Explore the United Kingdom in brand new ways this summer with a ‘staycation’ and holiday close to home. From some of the country’s biggest attractions offering new experiences at night time, rollercoaster thrills and unique exhibitions throughout the season, see what you can discover on the British Isles. Join the crowds this summer at the top 10 most visited attractions in London, and make memories that are sure to last a lifetime.
British attractions to visit this summer
The Painted Hall
Located in the heart of the Old Royal Naval College, step into the Tudor era at the Painted Hall. The birthplace of Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I, walk around a royal home with over 500 years of history. Throughout your guided tour, you’ll be able to see treasure chests filled with historical memorabilia and wander around the grounds and courtyards once home to extravagant events. Filled with artefacts from historical periods across the world, try on King William’s Crown and clock, dare yourself to stare into Medusa’s face on Athena’s shield, or hold up King Louis XIV’s broken sword. Whether you’re wanting to brush up on your historical knowledge, or you’re keen to see centuries-old artwork, the Painted Hall is a hidden gem in London attractions.
London Bungee Jump
Chase adventure this summer with a 160 foot bungee jump by London’s O2 Arena. As you’re kitted out with the bungee rope and safety harnesses, you’ll ascend to the jumping platform where you’ll then be able to fly. In a matter of seconds, return to Earth via a thick air cushion to make your bungee jump as comfortable as possible. One of London’s newest thrillseeking activities, see the capital’s skyline from new heights (and lows) with a bungee jump.