Top things to do in London

London, the most visited city has been blessed with numerous attractions. All these attractions exhibit the grand and dazzling impressions of excellent architecture, diversity, and royalty. Buildings of London are astonishingly eye-catching.

Here is a big list of attraction which are highly appealing to all the tourists-


London Eye

The London eye is in the heart of London. This big observation wheel is an awesome attraction of London. Thirty-minute flight is arranged for the tourists to have a panoramic view over the London.


Big Ben

One of the most famous landmarks of London is Big Ben.This is a clock tower at the Palace of Westminster.

Tower of LondonTower of London

The Tower of London was constructed by William The Conqueror. The castle houses a popular collection of awesome ornaments like Imperial State Crown.


Buckingham Palace

This Palace is most popular and most visited among all the palaces in London.This palace is the official dwelling of the Queen of London.


Beautiful Trafalgar Square

This is the largest square of London named after the Battle of Trafalgar in which French were defeated badly by the English fleet. The piece at the center of the Trafalgar square is created in honor of brave Admiral Nelson who was seriously injured in the battle.

St. Paul’s Cathedral

St. Paul’s Cathedral

The royal and grand Cathedral was manufactured by Christopher Wren in 1675 -1711. This cathedral has world’s 2nd largest dome.

Harrods store

Harrods store

For shopping lovers the most luxurious and awesome paradise is Harrods, a departmental store. Its enormous array of awesome products and luxurious interior décor impresses lots of shopping addicts and tourists.


British Museum

This is the largest museum of the London having appealing and remarkable archeological collections. The main highlights of this museum are Egyptian collections and Parthenon galleries.

Victoria & Albert Museum

Victoria & Albert Museum

This museum has a big collection of pieces around 4 million.This pieces includes many attractive arts and designs.


Kew Garden

This is the royal garden have many beautiful and rare plant species around 50000. This garden also has historic buildings like Temperate House and the Palm House.

Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus is one of the busiest squares of London. This place is all time lively and energetic with lots of activities.The famous Plaza is recognized for the Eros statue and billboard advertisements.

Houses of Parliament

Houses of Parliament

The Houses of Parliament is an enormous building famous for its clock Tower, the Big Ben which is an iconic creation.


Madame Tussauds

This is a museum having a wide display of brilliantly crafted wax figures of many famous personalities which fascinate lots of visitors every day.

Covent Garden

Covent Garden

This Square is an excellent place for entertainment, shopping, eating tasty food and biggest fruits and vegetables market.

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is the most famous among all the bridges in the world.

Gherkin skyscraper

Gherkin skyscraper

The Gherkin is a skyscraper is a 41 story building playing a role of financial hub of London. This skyscraper has been awarded so many times for its exceptional design.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park

This is popular park around the globe. This is a big green spacious park along with a big beautiful lake.

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey

The Westminster Abbey is a burial ground having burials of many famous scientists, monarchs, and artists.

Millennium Bridge

Millennium Bridge

This bridge was constructed across Thames River. This bridge connects Tate Modern gallery and Paul’s Cathedral.

Other attractions are-

Natural History Museum

Queen Victoria Memorial

Kensington Gardens

Canary Wharf

Leicester Square or Theatre land

Kensington Palace

Leadenhall Market

Tate Modern

Marble Arch

St. Pancras Station

Royal Mews

City Hall

The Monument

Cutty Sark


St. James’s Park

Albert Memorial

Russell Square

HMS Belfast

Royal Albert Hall

Regent’s Park

Wellington Arch

Hyde Park Corner

Imperial War Museum

Westminster Cathedral


Lloyd’s Building

Brompton Oratory

Royal Courts of Justice

Albert Bridge

Cumberland Terrace


Royal Opera House

Battersea Park

Holland Park

County Hall

National Portrait Gallery

London, the most visited city has been blessed with numerous attractions. All these attractions exhibit the grand and dazzling impressions of excellent architecture, diversity, and royalty. Buildings of London are astonishingly eye-catching.
Pranav Das
Pranav Das

I’m Pranav Das, Indian Travel blogger & Reputation Management Expert by profession and lover of world cultures, languages, souls, mountains, oceans, and wild spaces.

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One comment

  1. Really great collection of images and the story behind them. I’m not one for museums and statues etc, but I would love to visit Harrods one day. Looking forward to a similar post about Birmingham!

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