Already followed the tourist trail and bored of the hop-on bus? Explore some lesser known London attractions and get under the skin of our capital city.
Camden Stables Market

Camden Stables Market

The Camden Stables Market started life as a horse stable for the Camden Goods Depot and is a whopping 200 years old. The horse tunnels, tack rooms and saddlers’ workshops are now crammed with independent fashion retailers, jewellery crafters and street food vendors, not to mention world famous Gilgamesh bar and the Proud Gallery.

Where to find it? Camden Lock Place, London, NW1 8AF

How much? Free

Camden Stables Market
Thames river tour

Thames River Tour


Ahoy mateys! London was built around the magnificent river Thames, and if you’re going to see all that she has to offer, some of it has to be via boat. A Thames river tour gets you a glimpse of London’s famous bridges, the Tower of Traitor’s Gate and a stunning view of Westminster Abbey, to name but a few.  



Where to find it? Piers at Westminster, London Eye, Tower East, Greenwich or Tower West

How much? Tickets start at £10.50

Thames River Tour
Jack the Ripper walking tour

Jack the Ripper walking tour

Plunge yourself into the dark heart of London and take an evening walking tour of the historical Ripper locations. Unravel the mysteries of Jack the Ripper – probably the most murderous serial killer the city has witnessed. Experts will guide you around the dark and winding streets of London to investigate murder sites, examine evidence and review the main suspects.

Where to find it? Starts at Tower Hill tube station

How much? £10 per adult

Jack the Ripper walking tour
Pedalo boats in Hyde park

Pedalo boats in Hyde park

Get ready for a workout in one of London’s most famous and historical lakes - built in the Georgian era. Rent a boat and peddle your way across the Serpentine with the swans in London’s Hyde park. It’s open from April until October - don’t forget to bring some bread for the ducks!

Where to find it? Hyde Park

How much? £12 for one hour

Pedalo boats in Hyde park
Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall

Queen Victoria opened the Royal Albert Hall in 1871 and its stage has hosted leading artists from every genre and every corner of the world ever since. More than 390 shows take place on its main stage each year, so treat yourself to a slice of history and go catch one!


Where to find it? Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AP

How much? Take a grand tour for £13 per adult and £6 per child. Show ticket prices vary.

Royal Albert Hall
The British Museum

The British Museum

Brace yourself for two million years of human history time-travel. Founded back in 1753, the British Museum was the very first public national museum in the world. Egyptian tomb-chapel wall paintings, ancient Chinese ceramics and a titillating range of temporary exhibits make this a sightseeing stop you can’t afford to miss.

Where to find it? Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG

How much? Free other than for special exhibits 

The British Museum

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