London attractions

Map of London attractions

This map of London attractions is based on Google maps technology. You can switch the type of map in the right upper corner by clicking on buttons Map, Satellite and Terrain. Control panel on the left with plus and minus buttons can be used for zooming the map.

List of London attractions

This list contains all the major touristic attractions in London that are diplayed on the map above as well:

  • Tower Bridge - Symbol of London and most famous bridge over river Thames.
  • Tower of London - Old medieval castle guarding British crown jewels.
  • St.Paul's Cathedral - Monumental cathedral on the hill above Thames.
  • Houses of Parliament - Stunning building with Big Ben clock tower where British parliament resides.
  • Westminster Abbey - Most famous and important cathedral in United Kingdom.
  • Buckingham Palace - Official residence of British Queen Elizabeth II.
  • London Eye - Popular ferris wheel on the river bank.
  • British Museum - One of biggest museums in the world with thousands of expositions.
  • Trafalgar Square - Main London square with fountains and Nelson's column in the middle.
  • National Gallery - Large gallery on Trafalgar square with rich collection of paintings.
  • Piccadilly Circus - Always overcrowded square well-known because of to the neon signs.
  • The Shard - 309.6 metres high skyscraper that is the tallest building of European Union.
  • Royal Albert Hall - Arts venue where annual Proms concerts take place.
  • Natural History Museum - Museum of natural sciences famous for exhibition of dinosaur skeletons.
  • Victoria and Albert Museum - Large museum of decorative arts and design holding thousands of exhibitions.
  • Tate Modern - Modern art gallery situated in former power station building.
  • Madame Tussauds - Wax museum that has now branch in almost every major city.
  • Sea Life London Aquarium - Large collection of aquatic species located in historical County Hall.
  • Tate Britain - National gallery of British art from 1500 to the present day situated on Millbank.
  • Imperial War Museum London - Main building of five british branches of Imperial War Museum organisation.
  • Lloyds Building - Architecturally innovative home of the insurance company Lloyd's of London.
  • Science Museum - Museum dedicated to science, technology and many other topics.
  • Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms - Museum exploring the life of Winston Churchill and historic underground complex used as government command centre in Second World War.
  • British Library - National library of the United Kingdom holding millions items from the whole world.
  • Millenium Dome - Dome-shaped building that houses The O2 Entertainment Avenue and arena.
  • Hampton Court Palace - Old royal palace with large Hampton Court Park.
  • London Dungeon - Popular tourist attraction featuring exhibits about various tortures from the Medieval Age.
  • Kensington Palace - Royal residence that used to be home of Princess Diana.
  • Museum of London - Museum documents the history of British capital from prehistoric to present days.
  • Bank of England - Central bank headquarters where Bank of England Museum is located also.
  • Shakespeare's Globe Theatre - Reconstruction of the original Globe Theatre.
  • Royal National Theatre - Theatre on river bank in Grade II* listed building of controversial style.
  • National Portrait Gallery - Gallery housing portraits of historically important and famous British people.
  • 30 St Mary Axe - Famous skyscraper from Norman Foster commnly called Gherkin for its shape.
  • National Maritime Museum - Leading maritime museum of the United Kingdom.
  • Royal Opera House - Major arts venue being home of The Royal Opera and The Royal Ballet.
  • Abbey Road - Street famous for the crossing featured on the Beatles cover and music studios.
  • Harrods - High-end department store located on Brompton Road.
  • Chinatown - Area around Gerrard street in the city center where large Chinese community lives and operates.
  • Wembley Stadium - England national football team home venue with capacity of 90.000 spectators.
  • Stamford Bridge Stadium - Home stadium of Chlesea FC for 42.000 spectators.
  • Emirates Stadium - Football stadium of Arsenal FC for 60.000 visitors.
  • Battersea Power Station - Decommissioned power station that was featured in many movies and videos.
  • Royal Observatory - Historical observatory well-known as place of prime meridian.
  • St. James's Palace - One of London's oldest palaces where Royal Court is still formally based.
  • Westminster Cathedral - Largest catholic church in England and home of Archbishop of Westminster.
  • Shri Swaminarayan Mandir - Biggest Hindu temple outside India nicknamed as Neasden Temple.
  • All-England Club - Private members tennis club where Wimbledon Championships takes place.
  • Portobello Road Market - Famous market along Portobello Road where mainly antiques are sold.
  • Camden Market - Very popular markets in Camden area where crafts, clothing and food is sold.
  • Twickenham Stadium - The world’s largest rugby stadium with capacity of 82.500 people.
  • Royal Academy of Arts - Art institution based in Burlington House organising many temporary exhibitions.
  • HMS Belfast - Museum ship on river Thames that served like a Royal Navy cruiser in the past.
  • White Hart Lane Stadium - Home stadium of Tottenham Hotspur football club for 36.300 people.
  • Design Museum - Museum covering product, industrial, graphic, fashion and architectural design.
  • Craven Cottage Stadium - Home ground of football team Fulham FC with capacity 25.700 visitors.
  • Upton Park Stadium - Football stadium of West Ham United where 35.300 spectators can be seated.
  • The Den Stadium - Football stadium and the home of Millwall FC for 20.000 visitors.
  • Thames Barrier - Movable barrier on river Thames preventing London from floods.
  • Brick Lane - Street full of curry houses that is heart of city's Bangladeshi community.
  • Hyde Park - Large park with famous Speaker's Corner, lake Serpentine and few memorials.
  • St. James's Park - Oldest royal park in London neigbouring with Buckingham Palace.
  • Battersea Park - Park on south bank of Thames with boating lake and Peace Pagoda.
  • Regent's Park - Popular royal park featuring various outdoor attractions and noble architecture.
  • Kew Royal Botanic Gardens - Marvellous botanical garden area with glasshouses and research centre.
  • The Ritz London Hotel - 5-star elegant hotel prepared to welcome visitors with royal luxury.
  • London Transport Museum - Museum that conserves the transport heritage of Britain's capital city.
  • 20 Fenchurch Street - Skyscraper rising to 160 meters nicknamed The Walkie-Talkie.
  • Claridge's Hotel - Five star luxury hotel renowned for catering to the rich, the royal and the famous.
  • The Langham Hotel - One of London's first grand hotels built in 1865 near Regent's Park.
  • The Dorchester Hotel - Glamorous hotel overlooking Hyde Park with 5 restaurants and rich history.
  • The Savoy Hotel - Luxury hotel located on the Strand that was renovated in 2010.
  • Dickens House Museum - Museum in home of Charles Dickens where he wrote his Oliver Twist.

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