Top Things to Do in London, England

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London Eye is one of the most exciting London attractions. Photo from Pixabay

London is a bustling capital city with many attractions and things to see and do. Some are budget-friendly, and others are not. There are some sights that are a must-see, as well as hidden treasures you won’t want to miss! But with so much choice, it can be difficult to know where to start your trip. So we’re helping you out with this guide to exciting things to do in London, England!

Shopping

London has many places to shop and some areas specialize in different goods and produce items. If you seek designer labels and luxury items, head for Mayfair and browse the shops on Bond Street. Or go to Oxford Street and Regent Street has all the brands you know and love. For unique items, try the boutique shops in the Covent Garden district. Then again if you like vintage why not try Camden Market?

Culture in London, England

From museums to the theater, London has a rich cultural scene that will appeal to any visitor. Try the Natural History Museum for a magical look at our planet and nature. Or, if you prefer art and design, the Victoria and Albert Museum houses over 2.3 million objects, as well as changing collections of art, fashion and textiles.

While you’re in London, England, be sure to take in at least one of the West End musicals. Or check out a play or a comedy show for a fun night out. Great things to do in London include making the most of the lively theater scene. When you’re there, you’ll find a range of shows to enjoy seeing live. Then finish your evening off with dinner and late-night drinks.

If you have kids with you, then a trip to Warner Bros. Studio Tour London is an exciting destination. Get behind-the-scenes of the beloved book and movie franchise with all that wizardry! For older children, the gruesome gore of the London Dungeon will send a shiver down the spine.

Sight-Seeing: More Fun Things to Do in London

While you’re in London, see iconic buildings and landmarks. For example, take a selfie with Big Ben in the background or get a picture of the London Eye when it lights up the night sky. And don’t forget Tower Bridge.

Also, if you’re a fan of the Royal Family, take a walking tour around Buckingham Palace or a self-guided tour. For example, watch the changing of the guard, a ceremonial routine that takes place at around 11am and happens four days a week. The Queen’s guards are highly trained military soldiers, and look impressive as they stand for a photo in their bearskin hats and red tunics.

Lastly, get terrific views of some of London’s most famous sights on a tour in one of the legendary red double-decker buses. Another option is to book a ride in the London Eye to see far across the beautiful landscape or take a boat ride along the River Thames.

A Trip to a Legendary City

London is a city that has activities to suit any taste and any age. If you plan your itinerary in advance, then you can make the most of your time in the city. From fun things to do with the kids to more refined experiences, you will find what you’re looking for in London.

Have you ever been to London, England? If so, what are other sights you recommend? If you’ve never visited this city, tell us whether it’s on your dream vacation list or not.

16 COMMENTS

  1. I love London. So much to see and do. Westminster Abby, St Paul’s Cathedral, The British Museum, The Globe Theatre, shopping at Harrods, taking in a play etc. etc. I once did a Sherlock Holmes walk which was fun. Just wandering around is wonderful. A fascinating city.

  2. Hi Christy,

    my daily task is to catch up your posts, because they are so amazing always.
    How did you know that I am big !? 🙂 (Big Ben)…. I’ve never been to London, and it seems that is great city to visit. Great post

  3. I love London, Christy. Well, it’s probably more that I love England. Hopefully, I’ll get the opportunity to return. I’ve been twice, though, still there is so much I haven’t seen.. A wonderful city indeed.

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