London Visitor Guide

Things to do and places to go - all the best attractions in London!

Whatever you'd like to do in London, there's no shortage of choice! Whether it's gentle walking, exploring the historical sites, or fun activities for all the family, London can meet all your needs. There are many cultural things to do as well - the music and arts scene is unrivalled. Choose what you'd like to do in London from the menu options below!

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Favourite London attractions
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London Sporting Attractions (2)
English Heritage in London
The National Trust in London


Wembley Stadium Tour

Visit the home of English football and relive the glory of the past as you tour Wembley Stadium. The home of the England national team has greeted millions of sports fans from around the globe and invites you to explore the incredible piece of English history which is bound to create an exciting and memorable experience for all.

On the tour, you will receive the opportunity to go to the heights of the stadiumís upper tier to take in the incredible view it provides Ė as well as being a great photo opportunity.

The Managerís Press Conference Room takes you inside where the big questions are asked to the players and manager, allowing you to assume the role of England boss and see how you would cope under the highest of praise and most intense of criticism. Would you crack?

The playerís tunnel is the setting of the tensest moments in game preparation, where players come face-to-face with their enemies for 90 minutes and psych themselves up for the most important games of their careers.

The home dressing room brings you to where the England team prepares for international matches so you can relive the greatest celebrations that will have happened here and imagine the half-time talks that have inspired great performances. The Royal Box is where club captains get their hands on the greatest trophies and you can do the same with a replica trophy.

The tour is ideal for sports fans and general tourists alike and is also perfect for birthday parties which children will remember for years. Ask anyone who has been to the hallowed stadium; you will always remember your first visit to Wembley.

The daily tours start at 10am with the last tour of the day at 4pm. Ticket prices start from £8 for children and seniors up to £38 for a family ticket. Adult tickets are £15 and under 5ís get in free.

Written by Alex Corcoran, travel writer and blogger with an handy knack of finding good value London hotels as well as good value flights.