Tourist Attractions

London’s Transport Museum

London’s Transport Museum takes you on a historic journey of London’s most iconic and famous transport models including the Taxi, Tube and London Buses. A great morning or afternoon out for all the family.

London Bus


A good way to arrive at the market if coming from areas not serviced by the underground. A pleasant 3 minute-walk down to the market areas.

If you love public transport, this is the museum for you. A small museum in the central part of London, Covent Garden, was inaugurated in 1980 and is considered to be the most important museum in the world with the most comprehensive vehicle repository and historical documents on the evolution of public transport across Europe.

The Museum of Transport of London is the best museum for children under the age of 7. The truth is that this museum is a great museum for all ages, but well structured for children.

It speaks very accurately about the chronological development of public transport in London and tells us about the history of the subway, trams and buses. There are many historic vehicles on which you can climb. Particularly interesting is the Metropolitan Train Simulator and the educational trail with the stamps on the boards. A lot of information on the history of public transport in London from the beginning of the 19th century to the present.

There are also two super play areas for children. One for boys and one for children under 7 years. There is a small cafe, a picnic area and a large shop that has some quality, lots of posters and some of the souvenirs of traditional museums.

Children under 17 enter free while adults pay £18.00. Open 10-6 daily.


Sweeney Todd

The tale of Sweeney Todd, a barber who murdered and then cooked his victims into pies during the late 1700s, is one of the most macabre and sinister to have ever come out of London.

Sea Life London Aquarium

Visitors are immersed in an underwater world when they walk through the London Aquarium’s Shark Reef Encounter exhibit. 16 sharks swim throughout the three-floor exhibit, which also features heads from Easter Island. At the interactive Shark Academy, visitors can feel actual shark skin and learn about these fascinating creatures.

Tower Bridge

The first bridge ever built over the Thames was the London Bridge. As the city of London grew over the years, more bridges were built, but always to the west of London Bridge. The area east of the bridge was a busy port area.

The Imperial War Museum

The Imperial War Museum is committed to preserving and showcasing the history of conflicts from World War I through to the present day operation in Iraq and Afghanistan, paying particular attention to those involving Britain and the Commonwealth.

The British Library

The British Library, originally part of the British Museum, has over 170 million items: books, magazines, manuscripts, videos, prints, drawings and music recordings. It is the national library of the UK and the largest library in the world by total item count.

The British Museum

The British Museum represented a radical departure from traditional museums upon its establishment in 1753.

Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum, also called the V&A, is named after Queen Victoria, the monarch of the United Kingdom and Ireland from 1837 to 1901, and her husband, Prince Albert, who died in 1861. It contains close to 5 million objects within 145 galleries dedicated to four categories of the decorative arts and design.

St Paul’s Cathedral

Set upon the highest point in the city, London’s famed St. Paul’s Cathedral comprises an iconic piece of both the city’s skyline and the country’s history

The Houses of Parliament

Houses of Parliament is a site rich with English heritage and history. The oldest portion, Westminster Hall, dates back to the eleventh century reign of William II. Westminster has been used by Parliaments since 1295 A.D.

London Transport Musuem

London’s Transport Museum takes you on a historic journey of London’s most iconic and famous transport models including the Taxi, Tube and London Buses. A great morning or afternoon out for all the family.


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