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When you’re exploring London from your base at The Montcalm, one of the top 5 Star Hotels in London, there are certain attractions which frequent visitors to the city should be sure not to miss. Read on the London top 25 attractions to find out what they are!
These 25 attractions are London’s top, best & must seen attractions.
Try Afternoon Tea
There’s an afternoon tea for everyone! Why not have your very own at The Montcalm?
Dive into London’s Lidos
London is full of beautiful lidos offering a way to cool off from the summer heat.
See the Imposing Tower of London
This top tourist attraction has a truly terrifying history.
Visit Buckingham Palace
No frequent London traveller should leave without paying a visit to the Queen’s official residence.
See a show at the West End
Whether seeking a musical or a popular stage play, there’s something for everyone.
Visit St Paul’s Cathedral
Built by architect Christopher Wren, this is one of the ‘must see’ churches in London.
Take a turn on the London Eye
A giant ferris wheel offering scenic views over the city.
Visit the British Museum
One of London’s best free attractions, full of incredible exhibits.
Visit Westminster Abbey
The site of the UK’s coronations and many Royal weddings.
Head to Piccadilly Circus
The portal to the West End.
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- Hatchards – The oldest bookshop in the United Kingdom
- Faraday Museum
- Piccadilly Theatre
- Piccadilly Arcade
- Karl Marx Walking Tour
- St. James’s Church
- Green Park
- Fortnum & Mason
- St. James’s Palace
- Piccadilly Circus
Relax in a Royal Park
Whether Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens or one of the many other options, be sure to give the Royal Parks a visit for some calm in the city!
Visit Tower Bridge
An architectural wonder and a world famous bridge.
See the Houses of Parliament
Best seen up-close, the enormous Palace of Westminster is a sight to behold – and the seat of the UK’s government.
Visit the Bank of England Museum
A unique museum in the City of London’s finance district.
See 221b Baker Street
The official home of the Sherlock Holmes Museum.
Visit Camden Market
A vibrant and vivid market in the capital city.
Grab a drink at a bar in Soho.
A must-do for frequent visitors. Try 68 & Boston or Basement Sate for late-night cocktails.
See some street art in Shoreditch
Plenty of un-commissioned work by artists like Banksy to take a look at.
Visit the BFI on Southbank
A must-see for film lovers, the BFI is the hub of the British Film Industry.
Take a trip along the Thames
There are lots of ways to see the waterway along which London was built.
Visit the London Wall
A piece of Roman London, or ‘Londinium’ – right in the modern capital.
Take a trip to the 02 Arena
Originally known as ‘the Millennium Dome’, the 02 Arena is one of the best places in London for catching up with some live music.
A vibrant neighbourhood with lots of genuine Asian cuisine and plenty to see and explore.
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Meet the animals at London Zoo
Something for nature lovers of all ages.
Browse Trafalgar Square
A historic hub in the centre of London.