The Coolest Things to See and Do in London

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London is internationally recognized as one of the best cities to visit in the world. With its big city charisma and English charm, it makes for a memorable vacation town. Like most metropolitan hubs, there are always things to do and places to go, so picking exactly what to do with your limited time there can be challenging. So we have compiled a list of things for you to consider doing while you are there. Feel free to attend some or all of them.

London Landmarks

Any visit to London would not be complete without visiting some of its famous landmarks. These include: Buckingham Palace, The Tower of London and Big Ben, Hampton Court, Westminster Abbey, Kensington Palace, Royal Albert Hall and St. Paul’s Cathedral. These iconic landmarks can provide you with a sense of the history of this great city.

Museums and Art Galleries

London is a cultural mecca with an abundance of incredible museums and art galleries. Most offer free general admissions but will often charge for certain exhibits that are sometime the highlight of the show. There are also smaller places that charge to view their exhibits. The great news is that you can always get discounts. Locating where these exhibits are and the available discounts has been made easy by using ArtFund ArtMap. Simply click on the exhibit you would like to see, and then purchase your tickets directly from the site at a discount rate of up to 50%. Plus you will see a full listing of free exhibits there as well. You can browse through hundreds of museums, art galleries and events around the city, including: The British Museum, the Science Museum, the Natural History Museum, The Tate Modern, The National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery and other interesting and wonderful places to visit.

Live Music

London’s music history is almost without equal and this tradition of really great musicians continues today. You can find live music concerts of all sizes happening somewhere in the city any time of the year. From huge music venues like O2 Arena or Wembley Stadium, to smaller ones like Royal Albert Hall, to pubs scattered in every corner of the city, to places where you can watch musicians perform for free like Covent Gardens or the Scoop, no matter your preference, there is always your style of music playing.

Nightlife and Pubs

The nightlife in London rivals any other top city with a vast selection of high end restaurants, cafes, nightclubs and entertainment venues strewn throughout the city and open every day until the wee hours. Whether you are interested in dancing to hip hop, techno, listening to screaming rock, or enjoying some mellow jazz, there are venues to accommodate your tastes. A truly iconic London venue is the traditional English Pub, which attracts people from all over the commonwealth and many parts of Europe. They range from ‘gastro pub’ that offers excellent dining, or an original ‘spit and sawdust’ pub where London’s locals gather after work, the common factor is great beer and mixed drinks served large and at a good price. No matter which neighborhood you find yourself there will be a great local pub for you to visit.

Dispersed all over London are Tourist Information centres that can direct you to any part of town and assist if you lost.

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Stewart Marsden October 26, 2017 at 6:01 am

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