London Zoo

Just a few minutes’ to the north of the Rathbone is London Zoo, one of the world’s premier visitor, scientific and research zoos. It was opened in 1828 and today you’ll find almost 20,000 animals from over 800 species, from the very small to the absolutely huge. It really is a great day out for … Continued

Buckingham Palace

Built in 1837, Buckingham Palace is the London residence of HRH The Queen and as with many of the buildings on this list, one of the world’s most instantly recognisable. You’ll know if she’s home if you see the Royal Standard flying at full mast and you can either take a tour of the State … Continued

St Paul’s Cathedral

Another of London’s iconic buildings, St. Paul’s Cathedral is a magnificent Baroque-style church designed by Britain’s most celebrated architect, Sir Christopher Wren and completed in 1720. St. Paul’s holds a special place in Britain’s national identity and some of the most famous services have included the funerals of Lord Nelson, the Duke of Wellington and Sir … Continued

The London Eye

The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel located on the South Bank of the River Thames from where you can get the best views of the iconic London skyline in the entire city. It is 135 m tall with 32 passenger capsules holding up to 25 people and each revolution of the wheel takes … Continued

Kensington Palace

Chelsea FC

Victoria & Albert (V&A) Museum

Design Museum

Natural History Museum

Science Museum

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