Handel & Hendrix in London
Former homes of Anglo-German composer George Frideric Handel and American guitarist Jimi Hendrix.
Museum of London Docklands
The history of the River Thames, from its time as a Roman thoroughfare to the regeneration of the Docklands area.
West India Quay
Hampton Court Palace and Gardens
Once the favourite royal residence of King Henry VIII, this Tudor palace and 300-year-old maze is set in 60 acres of parkland on the river.
The Royal Mews
Built by John Nash in 1825, this beautiful part of Buckingham Palace houses the Queen’s vehicles and horses, including the Diamond Jubilee State Coach.
Charles Dickens Museum
Former home of Victorian novelist Dickens, where he wrote classics including Oliver Twist.
Florence Nightingale Museum
Learn more about "The Lady with the Lamp"
Royal Albert Hall
Enormous, historic concert hall with a selection of budget tickets year-round.
Clink Prison Museum
A historical prison dating back to the 1100's