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Top 5 London
family attractions

Few cities can match London when it comes to family-friendly attractions. There is a wealth of things to see and do in the capital, all of which are easily accessible on public transport from our hotel. Here are five of our favourites:

Big Bus Tour

From Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey, you can see all of the major sights London has to offer in one go with a Big Bus Tour - perfect if you're short on time or don't want to have to walk for extended periods. A tour guide will be on hand to fill you in with all the details about the landmarks you'll be taking in.

Did you know that?
That big bus tours provide sightseeing in 18 cities across three continents.


Covent Garden

You can find day's worth of entertainment in Covent Garden. This district of London is home to the British Museum, National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, numerous theatres and much more. Children will enjoy the many street performers who frequent the area, while you're spoilt for choice when it comes to eating and drinking.

Did you know?
The area receives over 44 million visitors a year - making it one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world. 

London Eye

There is no better way to see Britain's capital than from atop the London Eye. See how many famous landmarks you can spot as you take in a bird's eye view of one of the most beautiful cities on the planet.

Did you know?
The London Eye has 44 capsules around its wheel, one for each borough of London. 

Madame Tussauds

Tourists have been flocking to Madame Tussauds since 1835. The ever-changing collection of celebrity waxworks provide perfect photo opportunities, with everyone from the Royal Family to One Direction on display.

Did you know?
The smallest wax figure Madam Tussauds has ever made is Tinkerbell. 

Tower of London

Nearly 1,000 years of history await you at the Tower, which has played a key role in some of the biggest events in British history. Learn all about the Tower's past, while also gazing at the splendour of the Crown Jewels and looking out for the world famous Beefeaters and their ravens. The majority of the Tower's attractions are geared towards families, making it a perfect place to learn about Britain's history and have fun in the process.

Did you know?
The total value of the jewels within the Tower of London is estimated to exceed £20 billion.

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