London Guided Tour
A three-hour, panoramic guided tour by one of our preferred blue badge guides is the
best introduction to the many sights of London – Buckingham Palace, Houses of
Parliament, Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, the Tower of London and many more. The guide
will board your coach and answer any questions you may have.
Imperial War Museum
The Imperial War Museum is unique in its coverage of conflicts, especially those involving
Britain and the Commonwealth. From the First World War to the present day, the
museum seeks to encourage the study and understanding of modern war and its effects
on our lives.
Natural History & Science Museums, South Kensington
These exciting museums are leading resources for science and geography education,
plus, they have many school programmes catering for all ages.
A visit to HMS Belfast can give students the unique opportunity of experiencing life on
board the ship. There is also a programme called ‘Kip in a Ship’, where students can
sleep on board the HMS Belfast.
The Museum of London
An exciting and interesting history of London from the bronze and iron age, through
Roman times right up to 1914 just prior to the First World War.
Tate Britain, Tate Modern, the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery provide
for all tastes in art and have excellent Education Departments to help with school visits.
Visit the London Eye during the day or after dark and enjoy the spectacular views of
London. The flight lasts 30 minutes and is well worth taking.
Madame Tussauds has varied exhibitions including The Spirit of London, a journey through
400 years in the life of London; The World Stage, meeting our political leaders face to
face; Auditorium, a journey into infinity, looking out into space; Chamber Live,
the horror section; and, of course, meet all the famous stars of film and sport.
See some of London’s most famous sights from the River Thames, such as Big Ben,
Houses of Parliament, London Eye, the Tate Modern, Shakespeare’s Globe, HMS Belfast
and the Tower of London. Cruise beneath the Millennium Footbridge, London Bridge and
under Tower Bridge and enjoy the views of St. Paul’s Cathedral and Canary Wharf from
Top to bottom:
Queen’s Guards; Big Ben;
London is a vibrant capital city steeped in history,
tradition and culture – from the West End, with its
theatres, to the city dating from pre-Roman times, to the
arts and culture of the South Bank. There are many
interesting and famous places to visit, such as the Tower
of London, the London Dungeon, the London Aquarium,
Hampton Court Palace, the Cabinet War Rooms, Kew
Gardens, the London Transport Museum, London Zoo and
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.