London is an amazing city. It’s vast network of underground trains can get anyone anywhere with ease, and it really does offer something for everyone. So take a look at these top five things to do in London for everyone…
- For Families – Madame Tussads – There really is something for all the family here – Madam Tussads is a famous collection of waxworks of celebrities, film stars, famous scientists and artists, Olympians, politicians – it really does have it all – there’s even a waxwork of Zoella and Alfie for the YouTube loving kids! You can have your photograph taken with all of them, and when you have looked around the waxworks there is a spirit of London ride that all the family will enjoy, taking a tour through the history of London in a black cab!
- For a Business Trip – Take a break form a busy day at the office in an amazing cocktail bar, the London Cocktail Club. Don’t expect the usual, it is an exciting and fun place to really let your hair down and home to crazy cocktails like a bacon and egg flavoured drink! Stay connected during your trip online with IT Support Enfield company http://www.pc-docs.co.uk/ to make sure that you have all of your IT requirements sorted so you really can have a good night out without worry!
- For Romantics – You can’t get more romantic than the best view in London – take a trip on the London Eye! The amazing structure towers over London’s’ iconic and beautiful skyline, and was opened to the public in March 2000. At 443 feet tall, it is Europe’s; largest Ferris wheel and is not to be missed! You can book a private capsule with champagne to really see the city in style.
- For those who LOVE Nature – It has to be the Natural History Museum – admission to the museum is free and it really is an amazing place to visit. Specialising in Nature, the museum hosts many different attractions and exhibitions, it is probably most well-known for the giant dinosaur skeleton that calls the museum home!
- For the Scientist – Well it has to be the science museum! Like the Natural History Museum, admission to the Science Museum is free and the museum has a wide range of hands on exhibits, which young scientist will love! Check out the website to see what is on at the museum when you plan to visit it.