Places of Interest
There are so many interesting places to visit in London - where will you go?
Dispite being such a large metropolitan city London has quite a lot of wildlife waiting to be discovered. Kew Gardens is an exotic oasis that contains some beautiful gardens. The London Zoo is a fantastic family attraction that features gorrillas, meerkats and so much more.
Discover a World War II battleship still floating on the Thames - the HMS Belfast. Visitors can go aboard and find what life was like for those who served on her during the war.
One of the most exciting places to visit in London is the interactive London Bridge Experience, this attraction that takes you back in time to tell the story of the bridge and life around it
Along London's bankside you will find a reconstruction of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, resident storytellers show visitors every intricate element of this impressive replica building.
With a London Pass you can visit all of these top London attractions for free - a fantastic sightseeing saving!
Places of Interest FREE with a London Pass
The Orbit is the newest addition to London’s iconic skyline and is one of the city’s most eagerly awaited attractions; so if you’re not afraid of heights, the ‘Orbit’ is a definite must-see. Normally £15.00
The London Bridge Experience is a two-part tourist attraction situated within the arches of London Bridge. Normally £24.00
Situated on London’s Bankside, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre reconstruction the original building that housed Shakespeare's theatre in London, an open-air playhouse where the playwright penned many of his greatest plays. Normally £13.50
Opened in 1828, the London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo. Today it houses over 650 different species of animal and is the only zoo in London where you can experience big animals such as gorillas and giraffes. Normally £23.63
HMS Belfast was launched in 1938 and served with distinction in both the Second World War and the Korean War. Normally £15.00
As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, these magnificent London gardens, glasshouses and galleries are a living exhibit as well as an important historical legacy. Normally £15.00
Often cited as one of a few 'secret' London gardens, the Chelsea Physic Garden was founded in 1673 and is still committed to research into ‘the properties, origins and conservation of over 5000 species'. Normally £9.90
Encounter a rich variety of wildfowl and wetland wildlife at the London Wetland Centre in Barnes, London Normally £12.35
One of the greatest things about London is that for visitors it is full of fascinating surprises – like the caves in Chislehurst, England with over 20 miles of dark and mysterious passageways hewn by end from the chalk. Normally £6.00
With ancient Indian art and traditions housed in this place of worship, as well as deities and motifs representing the sacred faith and beliefs of a people dating back over 8,500 years, this London attraction is possibly the most important Indian museum in London. Normally £2.00