See London landmarks and create your own walking tour

By | Posted on 15-May-2019

See London landmarks and create your own walking tour

Plan a fun-filled day in the capital and head on a walking tour of the city with our bespoke guide. Whether you’re looking for the biggest thrills, wanting to see London from great heights or immersing yourself in centuries gone by, there are London landmark for everyone. See what you can discover and book your tickets to these world-class attractions now.

London landmarks to visit

ZSL London Zoo

ZSL London Zoo

Head where the wild things are with a trip to ZSL London Zoo. With over 800 animals housed in enclosures from around the world, explore habitats from the highest treetops to underground worlds and experience the animal kingdom coming to life around you. Get up close to tigers, lions and gorillas, and meet creatures across land and sea at some of the largest enclosures in Britain.

St Paul’s Cathedral

St Pauls
Photo credit: Peter Smith

Over a millennia of religious, political and social history has taken place at St Paul’s Cathedral. Now’s your chance to enjoy the architectural masterplace, with a tour around the cathedral. Enjoy the beautiful décor of the vast cathedral floor before climbing to the famous Whispering Gallery with its unique acoustics, and continue to the Stone or Golden Galleries on top of the dome for breath-taking panoramic views across London.

The View From The Shard


Although it’s one of the capital’s newest landmarks, The Shard has quickly established itself as a dominant force in the London skyline. Standing at 310 metres, it’s one of the tallest buildings in the city, with a striking glass appearance. Visitors can travel up to experience the view from The Shard, located on the 68th, 69th and 72nd floors, 244 metres above the city. With 360 degree panoramic views, see the capital from great heights at this iconic location.

London Bridge Experience

Once you’ve seen the sights at The Shard, delve underground at the London Bridge Experience and Tombs, packing over 2,000 years of history into a gruesome, yet exciting tour. From stories of Boudicca and the Romans, to the mystery of Jack the Ripper and plague pits, learn about the history of the city and take a trip through a time tunnel that’s not for the faint hearted. Designed to scare its visitors, don’t lose your head at the tombs, a historically creepy look through the ages.

The London Eye

Offering views as far as 40 kilometres away from central London, The London Eye is a world-renowned attraction and is the tallest observation wheel in the world. During the 40 minute rotation, see all parts of the city come to life, including Big Ben, Houses of Parliament and the Tower of London and leave immersed at the capital’s history. After the London Eye, travel down the River Thames in style and enjoy a River Cruise, where you’ll be able to learn more about the city and experience London from above and on the water.

Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace

Unveil centuries of monarchical history at Kensington Palace, and learn about the regal dynasties that have ruled over the British Empire. From the House of Stuart and the House of Hanover to present-day monarchs, a trip to Kensington Palace offers visitors the chance to step into the history books, seeing the King’s and Queens State Apartments, as well as the story of Queen Victoria and the Palace Gardens. Don’t miss out on the experience of a lifetime, and see what stories you can uncover.