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The River Thames

The River ThamesNearby City

4.6/5868 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)
The River Thames is famous throughout the world for its history, its culture and its amazing variety of wildlife, archaeology and scenery. Many Londoners believe it to be the City's greatest asset. The thousands of boaters in cruisers up and down the length of the river will attest to the fact that a day on or near the Thames is a great experience.
Platform 9 3/4

Platform 9 3/4Nearby City

4.5/5157 Reviews
Open from 6:00am-0:00am (Local time)
Platform 9 3/4 is a platform for heading to the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in Rowling's novel series ”Harry Potter". It is situated at the third pillar between 9th and 10th platforms at King’s Cross Station. Everyone who is familiar with “Harry Potter" will know this platform. A sign of Platform 9 3/4 has been erected at the station. It is a sacred and popular site for fans.
Black Park

Black ParkNearby City

4.3/510 Reviews
National Park
WWT London Wetland Centre

WWT London Wetland CentreNearby City

4.4/527 Reviews
Sun - Sat 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM (Local time)
Little Venice

Little VeniceNearby City

4.5/546 Reviews
Open 24 hours (Local time)
Where else but Little Venice can you eat a lemon tart covered in creme fraiche and wave at curious giraffes as you ride past the London Zoo in your little boat? Don't be deceived by the "narrow"; the fifty-foot boat is more than large enough to hold twenty of your friends, seven elegant tables, a full picnic buffet, and wait-staff ready to serve your every need. Enjoy the calm voyage along the historic Regents Canal from Little Venice to Camden Lock, and when the trip is over, round out a long day on the water with a performance at the intimate Canal Cafe theater.
Princess Diana Memorial Playground

Princess Diana Memorial PlaygroundNearby City

4.6/521 Reviews
Sunday - Saturday 10:00 am - 7:45 pm (Local time)
Kensington Gardens is one of the largest playground located in london. In this garden children will enjoy the huge pirate ship, sand boxes and wooden houses.
Wimbledon Common

Wimbledon CommonNearby City

4/522 Reviews
Wimbledon Common is a huge open space in Wimbledon, south-west London that is over 1140 acres. There are three areas: Wimbledon Common, Putney Heath and Putney Lower Common which together they are being managed under the name Wimbledon and Putney Commons. Putney Lower Common is divided from the rest of the Common by approximately 1.5 miles of build up area that is located in southwest Putney. Wimbledon Common together with Putney Heath and Putney Lower Common is lawfully protected by the Wimbledon and Putney Commons Act of 1871 from being encircled or constructed upon which is very important to note.
Primrose Hill

Primrose HillNearby City

4.6/544 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Primrose Hill in London, England encompasses a portion of Regent’s Park and the exclusive, expensive surrounding district. Primrose Hill offers a view of central London, Belsize Park and Hampstead. It is an urban village that is home to notable poets, movie directors, actors and musical performers. The area has been featured and appreciated in numerous works of art, music and literature. Sit back and relax on top of the beautiful hill while taking in the panoramic London scene. See if your artistic talents are inspired by the gorgeous views from the hill.
Brighton Beach

Brighton BeachNearby City

4.8/5121 Reviews
Open 24 hours (Local time)
Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power StationNearby City

4.3/525 Reviews
Water Conservancy Project
Open 24 hours (Local time)
The Battersea Power Station was closed in 1983, but it may be one of the most famous coal-fired power stations in the world. Its single structure consists of two buildings built twenty years apart, but using the same design, providing the station's famous four chimney layout. Though it remains relatively unused since closure and it is a popular tourist attraction, it's fame comes more from the Battersea's public profile in films and television. It was used in such varied films as "The Dark Knight", Hitchcock's "Sabotage" and Monty Python's "The Meaning of Life." It's also been featured in the British's long-running "Dr. Who" many times. is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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