Get off at Tower Hill station to explore London Tower, one of London’s most reputed attractions so skip lines and jump ahead to explore the rather old landmark.
Get our photo taken with a Yeoman along tour and count 6 legendary ravens who live within its walls.
To this day you usually can even go and see bascules lifting at scheduled times. Merely down from London Tower was probably London Bridge Exhibition where you usually can practice about this feat of Victorian engineering and explore underground engine rooms through a series of interactive displays. It is having was a fortress, prison and menagerie, it’s been connected to the royals all way back to the Norman Conquest. Make a way along the East Walkways and practice about London through a series of exhibitions, photography and paintings -and bear in mind our camera as you’ll witness stunning city views along the Thames River, if you’re a football fan this one’s a must and a good one for kids team’s changing rooms and a lot of most iconic areas within the stadium. You usually can alight at Fulham Broadway, home to Chelsea FC, if you stick with the Wimbledon line south west. Discover the team history -its victories and losses -through an interactive exhibition, bringing to existence the story of football and its heyday. It’s a big day out for family, and you may feel lucky about a discount at megastore at end and on top of that huge number of French expats.