Weekend Trip to London on the Cards? Three Must-See Attractions

London is a bustling cultural centre. Providing its residents and tourists alike with a plethora of different activities and must-see attractions, you can imagine there is not enough time in the day to do all of that.

At the same time, fitting as much as you can into your weekend plans will go a long way and enable you to tick some attractions off your list! Unsure where to begin when making these plans? You have found yourself in the right place.

Read on to discover some of the must-see attractions that the Big Smoke has to offer, both in the latter half of 2021 and beyond!

 

Sky Garden

Gaze across the London skyline, and you are sure to notice this unique building standing out amongst its counterparts. Visitors to Sky Garden can expect to experience a state-of-the-art dining experience.

With several packages and areas within the restaurant to select from, you can appeal to the fussiest of tastebuds here. What’s more, you receive 360-degree views of the city. Not bad, if you ask us.

While this is a free to enter attraction in the heart of the city, bookings are required for the restaurants and bars.

 

Crystal Maze Experience

For those thrill-seekers among us, this one is for you! Venture to the heart of the city’s Theatre District, and you will stumble upon a fun experience for all. The Crystal Maze Experience enables groups big and small with the opportunity to explore escape rooms in the same way you would on the hit TV show.

Challenge your friends with this live experience and find out who has the best logic skills in your friendship group. Just remember to work together to get to the end and claim your prize!

 

Tower of London and Tower Bridge

History lovers will have a field day in the capital. Abundant in notable locations, you could even make a plan to complete a walking tour of as many as you can see in one day! While that is very much the case and might be on your schedule, you should make an effort to include the Tower of London and Tower Bridge on that list.

Much like other attractions in London, the Tower of London is a ticketed venue; book early to ensure you do not miss out. What’s more, you can take a walk through history and marvel at this World Heritage Site while learning more about British history and the castle’s role.

 

While this piece has only detailed a handful of must-see attractions in the city, we hope it has provided you with some inspiration on what you will be adding to your list. Whether you intend to visit the attractions mentioned above solely or in tandem with others you have spotted, we feel confident you will have a blast exploring all that the capital has to offer. Remember not to pressure yourself to see everything in one weekend; it gives you more excuses to make another visit in the future!

 

 

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