DC Exhibition: Dawn of Superheroes
A brand new exhibition: Dawn of Superheroes
Climb to the viewing galleries of this magnificent arch for panoramic views over the Royal Parks and Houses of Parliament, plus exhibitions.
Hyde Park Corner
Warner Bros. Studio Tour with Coach from Kings Cross
Explore behind the scenes of the legendary Harry Potter films in The Making of Harry Potter tour.
Changing the Guard
Watch the changing of the Queen's Guard on the Palace's forecourt (except for in very wet weather).
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.
Sir John Soane's Museum
This 19th-century townhouse and library was owned by the distinguished architect Sir John Soane, which he left to the nation in 1837 and has been untouched since.
This neo-classical 18th-century building on the Thames houses the famous Courtauld Gallery, Embankment Galleries, cafe's and restaurants, surrounding a large courtyard.
National Maritime Museum
The world's largest maritime museum is spread over several sites, originally part of 19th-century school for seafarers' children.
Cutty Sark (for Maritime Greenwich)