Big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London, and often extended to refer to both the clock and the clock tower.
Head to the Hampton Court Palace and enter the magnificent residence of Henry VIII. Send chills down your spine by visiting the Palace’s Haunted Gallery.
One of the most famous and recognisable sights of London, St. Paul's Cathedral is one of the city's most-visited attractions. Climb 530 steps up to the Golden Gallery to get unforgettable views of London.
Visit the Tower Bridge; an iconic landmark that sits by the Thames, known for its immaculate architecture and history.
Discover the 300-year-old residence of the young royals, and the birthplace and intimate childhood home of Queen Victoria. Bask yourself in royalty at the King’s State Apartments and the stunning Queen's Apartments.
Visit the favourite residence of the royal family, the Windsor Castle. Explore its lavish State Apartments and learn about the rich history of the British monarchy.
Explore the 19 State Rooms of the Buckingham Palace. Wander through the Throne Room, the Ballroom, and the White Drawing Rooms, each room more intricately decorated than the previous.
Enjoy a 30-minute ride on the London Eye, the British capital's iconic Ferris wheel and the tallest in Europe
A symbol of royalty and a setting for key events in early European history, the Tower of London is a quintessential English landmark. From the White Tower to the Crown Jewels, there is much to explore in this 900-year-old castle.
Spend a day at the Kew, away from London's hustle, and discover the many sprawling gardens, conservatories, restaurants, and art galleries housed within!