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The London Eye

The London Eye

4.6/52,118 Reviews
Ferris Wheel
Mon - Fri 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Sat - Sun 10:00 AM - 8:30 PM (Local time)
The London Eye is also known as the Millennium Wheel and was built to usher in the new millennium. This giant ferris wheel sits on the South Bank of the River Thames and has become one of the London skyline's landmarks. It is currently the most popular tourist attraction in London, hosting over 3.75 million visitors every year. Sitting in a capsule on the London Eye, visitors enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the city of London spread out below. Once night begins to fall, the area surrounding the Eye transforms into a fantastical dreamscape. Taking a ride in the London Eye at sunset paints an unforgettable picture of the gorgeous city.
Harry potter studio(Warner Brother’s Studio)

Harry potter studio(Warner Brother’s Studio)

4.4/5143 Reviews
Film Studio
Exhibition Hall
Subject to the scheduled time, Please consult the official website for the appointment in advance. (Local time)
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London is a location Harry Potter fans won’t want to miss. Warner Bros. London Studios have opened the studios and two soundstages to the public, where major filming for the “Harry Potter” movies took place. Visitors can see some of the backdrops, costumes, special effects and props used in the eight “Harry Potter” movies. The triple-decker bus from the films, Mr. Weasley's modified car and the Dursley’s home are all here on display for fans.
Hyde Park

Hyde Park

4.6/5642 Reviews
City Park
Sun - Sat 5:00 AM - 12:00 AM (Local time)
Hyde Park is one of London's most famous Royal Parks. It is neighbored by Buckingham Palace. Historically, the park was the hunting ground for the King of England. Later on, it became a venue for horse racing and automobile racing. It was opened to the public late in the 16th century. People come here to jog, rent a pedal boat, work out, skateboard, play tennis or walk their dogs. You can stroll about with friends and family and get a glimpse of how British people relax. You can always rent a bicycle to explore the 350-acre park and stop for coffee and a snack at a lakeside cafe.
London Zoo

London Zoo

4.5/5158 Reviews
Zoo
Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM (Local time)
At the London Zoo in Regent's Park you will find the U.K.'s only population of hummingbirds. You can also expect to see lemurs, wallabies, African wild dog, parrots and polar bears at this park; which once housed specimens of the now extinct quagga and Tasmanian tiger. Over 20 different exhibits and features are at the park. This includes the Gorilla Kingdom and Clore Rainforest Lookout. This is also where you will find the world's first public aquarium. In fact, the word "aquarium" was created here when King George V opened what was previously known as an aquatic vivarium in 1924.
Kensington Gardens

Kensington Gardens

4.5/5189 Reviews
City Park
Open the door every day at 6:00, refer to the official website (Local time)
Kensington Gardens is often thought to be a part of Hyde Park. This technicality comes from a sixteenth century decree that the parks were to be separate in name. The parks hold great significance in British history, as they were the location of multiple important protests and the famed Great Exhibition of 1851, a major turning point during the industrial revolution.
St James's Park

St James's Park

4.5/5251 Reviews
City Park
Sun - Sat 5:00 AM - 12:00 AM (Local time)
At the center of London, is one of the oldest Park in the city, named "St James's Park". Surrounded by three renowned palaces: the Houses of Parliament , formerly known as Westminster, St. James's Palace, and the famous Buckingham Palace, makes it a must-see attraction for all visitors. The Park offers supreme location and view which makes it a place for national celebrations and ceremonial parades. The breath-taking view of a lake, a home to birds of various species models it the top most visited attraction in the city with over 5.5 million tourists every year. It's a relaxing getaway for any tourist to spent some time alone, with family and friends.
Regent's Park

Regent's Park

4.5/5191 Reviews
Botanical Garden
Sun - Sat 5:00 AM - 9:00 PM (Local time)
Host to road cycling in the 2012 Olympics, Regent's Park is part of London's Royal Parks collection, and is a short walk away from Primrose Hill. The northern side of the park contains the London Zoo, which houses over 755 species of animal. Regent's College, Queen Mary's Gardens, a lake, and St. John's Lodge and nine villas are all attractions living within Regent's Park. Primrose Hill is a scenic hill with an impressive view of London, and is also one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the city.
Legoland Windsor Resort

Legoland Windsor Resort

4.6/559 Reviews
Amusement Park
Theme Park
Holland Park

Holland Park

4.6/530 Reviews
City Park
7:30 - 30 minutes before sunset. (Local time)
Holland Park is an area and an open park in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, in west focal London, England. Holland Park has a notoriety for being a well-to-do and popular region, known for alluring huge Victorian townhouses and high-class shopping and eateries. There are numerous famous shopping goals situated around Holland Park, for example, High Street Kensington, Notting Hill, Holland Park Avenue, Portobello Market, Westbourne Grove, Clarendon Cross and Ledbury Road. In spite of the fact that there are no official limits, they are generally Kensington High Street toward the south, Holland Road toward the west, Holland Park Avenue toward the north and Kensington Church Street toward the east.
Royal Botanic Gardens

Royal Botanic Gardens

4.7/565 Reviews
Garden
Botanical Garden
Augusta, Princess of Wales cherished her blossoms. From 1759 forward, she amassed a standout amongst the most prestigious accumulations of lovely plants the world has ever known. Traversing crosswise over 300 sections of land, the dazzling nurseries and pagodas of Kew Gardens are currently home to more than 300,000 various types of vegetation. More than 650 staff individuals and researchers administer to the huge accumulation of live plants and saved examples here.