Go on a journey with the curators of London’s tumultuous past. This thrilling attraction will give you a sneak peek, almost too real, into the hard times of the past. Time travel through the dungeon and learn more about London’s dark past.
Things To Do Around The London Eye - Nearby Attractions
Things To Do Near London Eye
If you're looking for more things to do near the Coca-Cola London Eye, here are our top picks! From experiences to entertain kids to experiences that take you down the history lane, there's plenty to do around the London Eye.
Delve into the world of make-believe and become friends with all DreamWorks heroes. This magical tour will take you through fairy tale themed live shows and truly make all your animated dreams come true.
This three-floored interactive aquarium houses more than 3000 distinct species of sea animals. Get close to your marine friends and walk the special underground tunnel gives you a chance to walk under a tropical ocean.
A haven for art lovers, Tate Modern is an institution replete with International, Modern and Contemporary art. Find enthralling installations and exhibitions at this art gallery.
A shrine to the Royal Navy and their struggles, the light cruiser HMS Belfast is permanently placed as a museum ship on the River Thames in London. This cruiser is maintained and operated by the Imperial War Museum.
This suspension bridge in London has become one of the symbols of its identity. The Bridge is 800 feet long flanked by two towers each 213 feet high built on piers.
An iconic and historic castle located on the banks of the River Thames, the Tower of London is a complex of several buildings orchestrated within 2 concentric rings of moats. The Tower of London has played an eminent part in the power play of British royal history.
Explore the Royal Church of London that has witnessed coronations, royal weddings, poets, heroes, and villains. The history of England has quite literally unfolded within the walls of this gothic church.
An architectural marvel and the meeting place of the House of Commons and the House of Lords, the Houses of Parliament also contain the iconic Big Ben. Both the House of Commons and the House of Lords have sections that are open to the public.
Take a guided tour through the Supreme Court of London and find courts, exhibitions, art collection, stained glass, cafes, and shops. The Supreme Court also allows you to hire the venue and hold your special events there.