Things To Do In London UK

Things To Do In London UK

London is the capital and most populous city in the English-speaking country of the United Kingdom. In south-east England, it is located at the head of a 50-mile (80-kilometer) estuary that flows into the North Sea. It has been a prominent town for more than two millennia and is the most populous city in the country. 

Welcome to the capital of the United Kingdom! Visit London, the official guide to England’s dynamic city, will help you discover the best of what London has to offer. Learn about the best things to do in London, from famous tourist places and fun-filled days out to the city’s most acclaimed restaurants and theatre productions, as well as unmissable London events. If you are unable to come at this time, make plans for your future visit so that you may make the most of your time here.

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Amazing experience and all for free! The history of the museum and its additions is a story within itself. The Egyptian section really tapped into imagining what life was like for them. The original museum building being staged how it was originally designed to be used was an insight into society and their interpretation of other cultures at that time. Absolutely fantastic and a Covid safe place to visit. It’s hard to describe all the magnificent collections, you’ll need to visit yourself 🙂


Amazing place to visit! We had recently come from Ireland and to hear the different pieces of British and Irish history intertwine was really neat! I highly recommend paying the extra bit for the audio tour once you get inside. It helps give you a little bit extra that you can’t get from just reading all the signs. I also recommend getting there before noon so you have enough time to see everything!


A brilliant museum full of interesting things for children including dinosaurs, the earth and space. I loved the Wildlife photographer of the year exhibition. A very impressive building. Would advise to book tickets and then you only need to scan them. The museum is free.


I loved it.
It was quite great to see this famous palace.
It became much more beautiful as the sun set and the palace lights started lighting up the palace and it’s surroundings.
It was not as crowded as other parts of London today.
Definitely worth visiting.


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