History and tradition permeate this much loved Church in which all English kings and queens have been crowned for very nearly 1000 years. It is also the final resting place or memorial to some of the most significant individuals in that have shaped our history.
ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL
The dome of St Paul's Cathedral, the 3rd largest in the world, has dominated the London skyline for centuries and for many is a still regarded as a defining feature of our capital today. The interiors are pretty impressive too.
TOWER OF LONDON
A fortress, a stronghold, a palace, a prison, a place of execution, a zoo, an arsenal, where all our money was made, the longest running visitor attraction in the world and of course, a jewel house containing the breathtaking and priceless Crown Jewels. Find out more about these and of course the famous ravens and beefeaters.
Famed for giving its name to Greenwich Mean Time, Greenwich is where hemispheres meet and home to a World Heritage Site, The O2, London’s only cable car and London’s oldest Royal Park. Greenwich is packed with royal heritage, world class attractions and breathtaking views, all in a beautiful riverside setting.
The world's oldest continuously inhabited castle and favoured Royal home for close to 1000 years. Highlights include St Georges Chapel and the state and semi state rooms.
HAMPTON COURT PALACE
A favourite Royal Palace of King Henry VIII, Hampton Court is one of the finest Tudor buildings still in continual use.
One of the worlds greatest collection of Western European Art, the National Gallery situated at the very heart of London, a short stroll from Buckingham Palace and Leicester Square, has some of the most famous paintings by the most extraordinary artists in the world.
A world class museum with one of largest and comprehensive collection of specimens and objects that document the story of human culture from the very beginning to the present day.