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What can you see in London if you only have a few hours or days? We offer the most comprehensive guide with 100+ real tours of the capital of Great Britain and the best day trips around London. Learn about things to do in London (England). Read the real reviews of the tourists. Top things to do in London include mysterious adventures of Harry Potter, excursions to Warner Brothers Studio, bus tours around the city, and gastro tours.
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You will be led in small groups of a maximum 20 people as you cover some London landmarks passed on the tour as a little bonus.
Hear bloody tales of the Tower told by the Yeoman Warders; stand where famous heads rolled and discover where prisoners and exotic animals including a polar bear were kept. Tours start every 30 minutes from the Middle Tower and are included in admission.
Visit the Royal Armouries Line of Kings display, the world's longest running museum exhibit, in the iconic White Tower.
Complete your visit on the Tower Wharf overlooking the river Thames, Tower Bridge and Europe's tallest skyscraper, The Shard.
Complete your London experience with a Thames river cruise that takes you from Westminster to Tower Pier. Whether you choose a 1, 2, or 3-day pass, you'll have the time to explore the famous sights, take a relaxing walk in one of London's parks, and visit charming neighborhoods like Notting Hill, Shoreditch, and Brick Lane. Your pass is valid for 24, 48, or 72 hours from the first validation, allowing you to hop on and off the bus as many times as you want during that period.
MAGICAL MISCHIEF: Until 18th April 2023:
Returning for a second year, filmmaking trickery, magical pranks and wizarding mishaps will be revealed as part of the Studio Tour’s Magical Mischief feature.
DISCOVERING HOGWARTS: 2nd May - 4th September 2023:
For the first time since filming, over 400 floating candles will adorn the enchanted ceiling of the Great Hall, giving visitors a chance to step into the set just as the cast would have seen it during Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.