London RIB Voyages
Feel like James Bond – or David Beckham en route to the 2012 Olympic Games – on this high-speed inflatable boat that flies down the...
London Film Museum
London Sea Life Aquarium
Displays look somewhat dated, but there are a couple of stand-out sights, including the shark tunnel, ray lagoon and the Gentoo penguin...
With its ravishing 1950s decor and show-stopping views, Skylon is a memorable place to come for a drink or meal . You'll have to come...
This excellent restaurant inside the Royal Festival Hall is divided into grill and fine-dining sections by a large bar . The decor is...
London Eye information
Standing 135m high in a fairly flat city, the London Eye affords views 25 miles in every direction, weather permitting. Interactive tablets provide great information (in six languages) about landmarks as they come up in the skyline. Each rotation takes a gracefully slow 30 minutes. At peak times (July, August and school holidays) it may seem like you'll spend more time in the queue than in the capsule however. Save time and money by buying tickets online.