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Family London Tour

Family London Tour

Introduction

Time: All Year

Accommodation: 5 Star Hotels

Start Date: 4 Nights / 5 Days

Group Size: Couples, Families and Small Groups

London is a fantastic location for families. With a huge variety of attractions for children, from places with gruesome secrets to interactive museums and sporting facilities.

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This tour is designed to be enjoyed by adults and children alike and includes the attractions and experiences for which London is so famous. Based in a luxurious 5* hotel in the centre of the City which offers special features for children, you will be close to the attractions of your choice.

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Why not create your own tour? As with all our tours the attractions you see will take account of your interests and can be adapted to what you want to see. So, if you want to see places not on the list below, just let us know. Complete our enquiry form to find out more »


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Itinerary

We start at the TOWER OF LONDON. William I began building the castle as a symbol of his power over the people of England. You will discover the grisly tales of torture, see the Crown Jewels and meet the Beefeaters. Nearby is the iconic TOWER BRIDGE over the River Thames. Ride to the top of the bridge and get a magnificent view of London before descending beneath the river to see the engine rooms. On the south side are the LONDON DUNGEONS. Live actors, shows, two rides and interactive special effects ensure you experience the darkest moments in the capital's history.

Day 1: Tower - Tower Bridge - Dungeon

We start at the TOWER OF LONDON. William I began building the castle as a symbol of his power over the people of England. You will discover the grisly tales of torture, see the Crown Jewels and meet the Beefeaters. Nearby is the iconic TOWER BRIDGE over the River Thames. Ride to the top of the bridge and get a magnificent view of London before descending beneath the river to see the engine rooms. On the south side are the LONDON DUNGEONS. Live actors, shows, two rides and interactive special effects ensure you experience the darkest moments in the capital's history.

Day 2: Westminster - Guards - London Eye

Day 2: Westminster - Guards - London Eye

WESTMINSTER ABBEY has been the resting place of English monarchs and close-by are the Houses of Parliament and BIG BEN. Walking up the Mall, the Queen’s ceremonial route and wide enough to land an airplane, we stop at BUCKINGHAM PALACE to see the CHANGING OF THE GUARD. Next, a ride on The LONDON EYE - the circumference of the wheel is 1392ft - meaning, if it were unraveled, it would be 1.75 times longer than the UK's tallest building. After lunch, at the HARD ROCK CAFE, adorned with memorabilia of the stars, you see a matinee THEATRE performance of your choice, such as The Lion King.

Day 3: Tussauds - Hamleys - Tea

Day 3: Tussauds - Hamleys - Tea

At the waxworks museum MADAME TUSSAUDS, you can meet your favorite stars from movies, history and sport. Have your photo taken with Barack Obama, the Queen and Brad Pitt! Regent Street is a shopper’s paradise and location of the finest toy shop in the world, HAMLEYS. Established in 1760, this store has six floors of toys. Then over to the chic London village of Kensington and enjoy HIGH TEA at Harrods. Finally, one of the outstanding museums in the area. Either the magnificent dinosaurs at the NATURAL HISTORY or travel into space at the SCIENCE MUSEUM.

Day 4: Covent Garden - British Museum

Day 4: Covent Garden - British Museum

At COVENT GARDEN you find street entertainers, shops and restaurants. It was the site of a flower market from the 1500s until 1974. The first mention of a Punch and Judy show in Britain was recorded here in 1662. From here we go to TRAFALGAR SQUARE, dominated by the huge column topped with a statue of England’s most famous sailor, Lord Nelson. Alternatively, you could visit RIPLEY'S Believe It or Not!, an ultimate insight into the world of the odd and bizarre. Finally, to the oldest museum in the world, the BRITISH MUSEUM to see the 94 galleries spanning two million years of World history.

Day 5: Out of London Day Trip

Day 5: Out of London Day Trip

Today, you will be able to choose an out of town tour.
- WINDSOR CASTLE is the largest inhabited castle in the world and one of Queen Elizabeth II homes. LEGOLAND boasts over 50 interactive rides, live shows and attractions.
- OXFORD, the university city with its ‘dreaming spires’. Several of the colleges were used in the Harry Potter films. BLENHEIM PALACE Palace was built for the Duke of Marlborough in recognition of his military success.
- WARWICK has the finest medieval castle in Britain, a working Trebuchet, archery classes and displays of Birds of Prey.


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