Best London Atttractions with entry fees between £20 - £50

Kensington Palace
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Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace is a royal residence set in Kensington Gardens, London and has been a major  residence of the British Royal Family including Princess Diana and Queen Victoria since the 17th century. Still used by the Royals it is currently the official residence of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, Prince ...

Sherlock Holmes Museum
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Sherlock Holmes Museum

A visit to the Sherlock Holmes Museum in Baker Street would be a great experience for anyone who has read the amazing books by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle or seen one of the many TV show and movies about Sherlock.

Kew Gardens & Kew Palace
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Kew Gardens & Kew Palace

The Kew Gardens is a must-visit London attraction for all nature and history lovers visiting the city. The botanical glasshouses and gardens of this place house more than 30,000 plant species. In addition, it’s also home to the Kew Palace, a royal palace with great historical significance.

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
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Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum

The Wimbledon tournament has an amazing history and spending an afternoon at the Wimbledon Lawn tennis Museum is a great way to relive some classic memories.

Grand Tour of The Royal Albert Hall in London
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Grand Tour of The Royal Albert Hall in London

Absorb the architectural majesty of the Royal Albert Hall on a 60-minute tour in London. Alongside a guide, you’ll explore the iconic venue as it prepares for an impending performance. Hear anecdotes of legendary past performances, marvel at the opulent architecture and gain fascinating insight into the Royal Albert ...

Classic Bike Tour of Central London
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Classic Bike Tour of Central London

Discover the history and diversity of London on this 3-hour Classic London Bike Tour. Led by a guide, pedal past the city's top sites, including Covent Garden, Buckingham Palace, Westminster, St. Paul's Cathedral, and Trafalgar Square. Along the way, learn about the city’s colorful history — the glorious, the ...

The London Ghost Walk
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The London Ghost Walk

On the London Ghost Walk you will hear ghostly tales from a darker time in London's history. You will visit some of London's most haunted buildings and discover ghostly encounters as you walk through the dark streets.

East End Walking: Undiscovered London Tour
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East End Walking: Undiscovered London Tour

The East End walking tour of London will take approx 2 hours where you follow in the footsteps of Elephant Man and Jack the Ripper. Learn about the secrets of London culture and more about the diverse neighbourhood. Also, get to know about the former slums and at the end of the tour, have an excellent curry lunch. ...

The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace
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The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace

The Royal Mews is a combination of stable and carriage house for the British Royal Family located near Buckingham Palace. The site is open to the public and really worth paying a visit when you are in London. Inside the mews you will get a glimpse of the Gold State Coach, carriage horses and Jubilee State Coach that ...

Madame Tussauds London
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Madame Tussauds London

Madame Tussauds is a wax museum and major attraction in London that displays lifelike waxworks of famous and historic people. It also has popular film starts and even music celebrities.

London by Night: 90-Minute Open Top Bus Tour
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London by Night: 90-Minute Open Top Bus Tour

You’ll be excited as you pass through London city while it is lit up against the night sky. Board this open bus and enjoy an informative guided tour. Experience Harrods, Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, and the London Eye.

Harry Potter Tour for Muggles
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Harry Potter Tour for Muggles

This fantastic 2.5 hour tour will take you on a magical adventure as you explore London's Harry Potter movie locations. You will see well known sites used in the movies as well as places that inspired J.K. Rowling to write her amazing stories.

Windsor Castle
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Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle is located on the banks of the River Thames about 20 miles west of London. The castle is one of three official residences of Queen Elizabeth II and has been home to the Sovereign for over 900 years. Windsor Castle is the largest inhabited castle in the world and you can easily see the castle as you ...

Greenwich Royal Observatory Tour
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Greenwich Royal Observatory Tour

This is a home of time and space. Visit and get a glimpse on Greenwich Line and the Royal Observatory located in Greenwich. You will have a chance to have an audio guide tour where you will know more about the history of British astronomy and Meridian Line.

Gatwick Express Tickets
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Gatwick Express Tickets

The Gatwick Express will give you fast train service between the central London and London Gatwick Airport. Going through London Victoria station, you will aboard the airport train that is known for its frequency and speed.Highlights • Save more time and money on the airport train • Choose a round-trip ticket or ...

Two and half hour Harry Potter Walking Tour
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Two and half hour Harry Potter Walking Tour

Experience London through the wizardry world of Harry Potter on a 2.5-hour walking tour around the city. Visit locations from the fictional world, including the real Diagon Alley and the shop that served as the entrance to the Leaky Cauldron.

Buckingham Palace State Rooms
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Buckingham Palace State Rooms

Take a tour of a lifetime to the royal State Rooms that lie at the heart of Buckingham Place. Venture into the supreme treasures from the Royal Collection, such as sculptures, paintings, porcelain, and furniture.

Heathrow Express Tickets
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Heathrow Express Tickets

Heathrow Express offers an ideal way to travel between central London and Heathrow. The express service departs Paddington and Heathrow every 15 minutes, taking a similar amount of time.

The Cutty Sark
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The Cutty Sark

The Cutty Sark is a British tea clipper ship that was built in Scotland in 1869 and her maiden voyage was in 1870 from London to Shanghai.

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