The London Eye has been a crucial part of the London skyline since it opened for the Millennium celebrations. A ride in its glass pods, mounted to the outside of this unique Ferris Wheel, gives you panoramic views of London - and buying tickets in advance means you can avoid the long queues.
Step in royal footsteps as you walk through the doors of the breathtaking Westminster Abbey. The pomp of hundreds of years of coronations - including that of Queen Elizabeth - the splendour of royal weddings and the sombre mood of royal funerals: Westminster Abbey has seen it all - and so can you.
The Tower of London is the city's forbidding, fascinating royal fortress. Inside the Tower, defending the River Thames for almost 1,000 years, you'll see the magnificent Crown Jewels, the colourful Beefeaters who guard them - and the dank dungeons were traitors were kept. Unforgettable.
From Trafalgar Square and Kensington Palace to the heart of the ancient City of London: open topped hop-on hop-off bus tours allow you to experience London in a unique way - and there's three walking tours and a free Thames River Cruise included. An essential for your London visit.
London is home to many of the UK’s most visited attractions, drawing in millions of visitors every month. With the London Pass, you can enjoy fast track entry to some of the most popular attractions in town, saving you plenty of time and hassle.
Take the high speed lift to The View from The Shard, set over three storeys in London's tallest building and gasp at a panorama like no other. Your ticket, best booked in advance to avoid queues, includes access to the outdoor 72nd floor viewing platform.
Want to meet a pop star, a president - or perhaps a prince? You can find your own hero at Madame Tussauds, the world's most famous waxworks museum, by booking your ticket in advance to avoid the queues outside this extraordinary original London attraction.