“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life,” said Samuel Johnson. He spoke the truth. Whether you’re looking for West End musicals, double decker buses, Sherlock Holmes pubs, or Kate Middleton lunch spots, the British capital has something to offer you.

  1. Warner Brothers Studio

You can’t go to London without visiting Harry Potter! Take a day trip from London to Warner Brothers Studio, where you’ll be able to shop Diagon Alley, enjoy a Butterbeer, and talk Quidditch.

2. Stonehenge

Reflect on the world’s most famous prehistoric ruins. Getting to Stonehenge takes about 90 minutes. Tip: you can also visit Windsor Castle or Bath while out in the countryside.

3. The Shard

If you can catch a sunny day, there’s nothing more beautiful than 360-degree views of London at the Shard. Visit the viewing platform inside Western Europe’s tallest building.

4. Madame Tussaud’s

Trying to spot your favorite British celebrities? You’ll at least be able to find their life-size wax counterparts here! Madame Tussaud’s is a fun thing to do on a rainy day in London.

5. Tower of London

Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress, AKA The Tower of London, is a historic castle located on the Thames River. The tour is plain fun, and you get to see the Crown Jewels!

6. London Eye

Climb onto Europe’s biggest ferris wheel, and float 443 feet above the Thames River. Inside a London Eye pod, you’ll get great views of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, and Hyde Park.

7. South Bank

The walk between the Eye and Tower Bridge in South Bank is filled with largely state-funded arts venues. Head to the Tate Modern for modern masters, and then to Borough Market for lunch.

8. River Thames

The River Thames weaves right through the heart of London. An afternoon boat tour is a fun introduction to the Tower of London, Parliament, and other riverside attractions.

9. Wembley Stadium

Opened in 2007, Wembley is the 90,000 capacity home for the English national football team (and lots of other major sporting and concert events!).

10. London Zoo

A visit to the London Zoo is a great family outing. Watch the animal feedings, explore the butterfly enclosure, or learn more about conservation.

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