The Royal City
Founded 2,000 years ago by the Romans, there’s a lot of history to be discovered in the streets of London and along the Thames River. Once the capital of the world, this city is known for its grand monuments. It is also home to one of the world’s smallest monuments of two mice eating a piece of cheese and it is only an inch tall.
Part of London’s iconic skyline is the dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral. Originally, Christopher Wren proposed having a giant, sixty foot pineapple instead of the dome. That would have made for a very different view.
Tour Westminster Abby
Located in the heart of London, you’ll discover more than ten centuries of history at this large, Gothic church. This regal abbey has been the setting of all British coronation ceremonies and royal we... See more
Ride the Slide
Are you a thrill seeker looking for a new place to get an adrenaline rush?
The slide at the ArcelorMittal Orbit is the world’s highest and longest tunnel slide. In 40 seconds, visitors will travel do... See more
Investigate the Sherlock Holmes Pub
If you are a fan of the crime-solving genius, Sherlock Holmes, then you don’t want to miss this tribute to Britain’s most famous, fictional detective. Enjoy some of London’s best pub food featuring ... See more
Watch the Ceremony of the Keys
For nearly 700 years, this nightly military ritual of locking the gates to secure the Crown Jewels has been performed by guards at the Tower of London. This ceremony lasts about 35 minutes. The only ... See more
Ride the London Eye
It may look like a giant Ferris wheel, but the London Eye is actually the world’s tallest, cantilevered observation wheel. There are 32 capsules representing each of London’s boroughs. They are numbe... See more
Dine on the Gingerline
Edible adventures await you when you enjoy fine dining at one of the world’s only nomadic restaurants. The Gingerline is only open on selected dates at secret locations along the ginger-colored route... See more
Tour the British Museum
Plan extra time for visiting this museum that is older than the United States of America. You will see unique artifacts like the Rosetta Stone, a 5,000 year old Egyptian mummy, the Colossal Foot and ... See more