Ripley’s Believe It or Not! in London: admire its collection of some 700 artifacts from around the world

Step into the weird and wonderful world of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! in London’s West End, and discover a unique collection of bizarre and unusual artifacts from around the world. Designed to challenge the mind and produce gasps of astonishment at every twist and turn, the attraction appeals to young and old alike, making a trip here a perfect family day out! Explore at leisure and discover interactive zones like the Mirror Maze, mind-boggling models like the matchstick replica of Tower Bridge, and much more! Book Now Highlights All entrance fees included Family friendly Popular choice with kids Head inside Ripley’s Believe It or Not! with your entrance ticket and explore this fascinating attraction independently, admiring its collection of some 700 artifacts from around the world. Audio guides and maps are available for you to purchase at your own expense, or alternatively, just amble around the six-floor exhibition at your own pace. The man who coined the expre…
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The British Museum Tour – The Ideas That Made Our World: Examine the Rosetta Stone closely

Join this 2.5-hour tour where your guide will use the British Museum to help tell the story of why the world is what it is today. Discover divine antiquities like the Holy Thorn Reliquary as well as world renowned treasures such as the Lewis Chessmen. Examine the Rosetta Stone closely and learn why it is the key to unlocking Egyptian hieroglyphics. Immerse yourself within the Parthenon Sculptures and hear stories of ancient Greece. Book Now Highlights Perfect introduction for first-time visitors Informative, friendly and professional guide Fully narrated tour Meet your guide in the afternoon at the steps of the museum. The path you trace will take you from our origins in the wild to the first stirrings of human civilization and the wonders of the Enlightenment. See the Rosetta Stone, a double-headed Aztec serpent, the Lewis chessmen, a mechanical solar system, the Parthenon sculptures, a statue of Ramesses II and the Holy Thorn Reliquary. These are just some of the ar…
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Westminster to Greenwich via the Thames Barrier Sightseeing Cruise: on modern or traditional vessels

Enjoy a sightseeing cruise to the Thames Barrier. Starting at Westminster Pier you will cruise down to Greenwich on a sightseeing cruise before moving onto the Thames Barrier. Opened in 1984 by the Queen, the Thames Barrier is London’s principal defense against flooding. Book Now Highlights Choice of several departures throughout the day Travel by boat and see the sights from the water Fully narrated tour Board at your leisure at Westminster Pier for your cruise and enjoy the comfort of being on modern or traditional vessels. Enjoy the panoramic views of London’s sights from the open deck of the vessel whilst enjoying a live audio commentary of London's fascinating history. The full Westminster to Greenwich and Thames Barrier single cruise takes 1.5 hours whilst a return cruise on this route takes 3 hours. See what Greenwich has to offer in the way of attractions with Greenwich Market, Cutty Sark, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich Park and Royal Observatory Green…
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Oxford, Stratford and Warwick Castle Guided Tour by Minibus from London: Be part of Britain’s greatest medieval experience

Take a walking tour of Oxford and drive through the Cotswolds. Explore Shakespeare’s birthplace and enjoy some time to explore Stratford-Upon-Avon. Have an extended visit of Warwick Castle and savor a traditional lunch (own expense). Book Now Highlights Free hotel pickup and drop-off included Small group ensures personal service Family friendly Oxford is famous for being home to the oldest university in the English-speaking world – countless bright young things have wandered the town’s cobbled streets over the years! During your guided walking tour you will see the stunning Bodleian Library and furtively discover unspoilt narrow alleyways, ancient squares and towering spires. Enjoy views of the breathtaking countryside, sleepy villages, and bustling market towns as you drive through the charming scenery of one of England's most beautiful regions- The Cotswolds. A unique market town, Stratford–upon–Avon is the famous home of William Shakespeare, arguably the world'…
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The Berrylands – British Pub & Bar

Food Service Value Atmosphere Cuisine Bar, British, Pub Meals Lunch, Dinner Restaurant features Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Serves Alcohol, Seating, Highchairs Available Good for Bar Scene, Child-friendly
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Sunday Lunch Cruise from Windsor: aboard the Melody

Join a Sunday lunch cruise aboard the Melody and enjoy your afternoon while Windsor's famous sights unfold around you, sites such as Windsor Castle, Windsor Racecourse, Eton College, and the neighboring royal boroughs. Enjoy a 'Sunday roast' with a three-course choice menu freshly prepared and cooked onboard. This cruise is popular with couples, groups, families and friends alike, with a children's menu available on request. Accompanying this 1.5-hour cruise will be well-known, easy listening classic jazz music to complement this relaxing lunch on the River Thames. Book Now Highlights Travel by boat and see the sights from the water Lunch included Romantic experience, perfect for couples Board the Melody vessel at noon from Thames Side, Windsor, and prepare for your 12:30pm departure. The cruise will take you past the Houses of Parliament, the Coca-Cola London Eye, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and the Tower of London amongst other famous landmarks, and passes under several…
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Private Tour: Brixton In One Day Walking Tour: beginning at Victorian-era market

Explore Brixton in one day and see a side to the area many visitors miss on this private 4-hour London walking tour. Follow a private guide through the streets of Brixton and find out what makes this vibrant corner of London special. Visit the Victorian-era covered market — home to chic boutiques, stylish thrift stores and friendly cafes — and admire some of the diverse street art for which Brixton is famous. Stroll through the backstreets away from the tourist trail and gain insight into the area’s unique heritage. Book Now Highlights Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences Private guide for a more personalized experience Get inside tips from a local Family friendly Meet your private guide in central Brixton in the afternoon, then head through into the Victorian-era market to begin your tour. Here, browse vintage stores, independent boutiques, and characterful cafes, and soak up the…
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Your Transport updates for the Weekend – Travel safe !!

London Underground Central line Chancery Lane will be closed all weekend and on Bank Holiday Monday. This is while we carry out improvement works in the station concourses. District line All weekend, and on Bank Holiday Monday, there will be no service between Parsons Green and Wimbledon. This is while we replace a set of points. London Overground On Saturday trains will not run between Willesden Junction and Shepherd's Bush due to Network Rail infrastructure work. On Sunday there will be no service between Highbury & Islington and Stratford due to Network Rail station work at Hackney Wick. On Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday, trains will not run between the following stations: • Willesden Junction and Clapham Junction due to Earls Court development work and Network Rail infrastructure work • Edmonton Green and Cheshunt due to Network Rail infrastructure work • Romford and Upminster due to Crossrail construction work and Network Rail infrastruct…
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Shaka Zulu – be treated like a King the South African way !!

Shaka Zulu, London’s largest South African restaurant, opened its doors in August 2010 with a special royal blessing from the Zulu King, HRH Goodwill Zwelithini. Set over a groundbreaking 27,000 sq ft in The Stables Market, Camden this spectacular two floor restaurant, bar and club offers amazing food, drinks, live music, dancing and daytime family entertainment. The lower floor of this stunning venue is complemented by a display of 20ft high warrior statues and the Mezzanine level offers a champagne bar and cocktail lounge overlooking the stunning braai restaurant. Carved wooden murals cover every inch of Shaka Zulu's walls and ceiling making it a beautiful space to host private events and parties.
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Lake District Rail Day Trip from London: including a visit to the medieval village of Hawkshead

Discover the Lake District’s literary heritage on this guided day trip from London, with train transport included. Enjoy a scenic drive along Lake Windermere to Waterhead. Then, visit Hawkshead village, where William Wordsworth studied. If you take your tour during winter, visit Rydal Mount and Gardens — Wordsworth’s former home for a tour and cream tea — and Bowness. Or, if you visit during summer, visit Hill Top, where Beatrix Potter once lived, and enjoy cream tea at Lindeth Howe Country Hotel. Upgrade to travel in style with a First Class rail ticket. Book now Make your own way to London’s Euston Station, where you’ll pick up your round-trip train ticket and itinerary from a tour host. Should you wish, upgrade to travel in First Class for an even more comfortable ride. Then, board your train and relax on the journey out of the city and into the rolling hills of Cumbria. After around 3.5 hours, arrive in Oxenholme. Meet a local guide, and then set off on your to…
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