London Top 35 Things To Do with Useful Links

What to do in London?

31 (66) Science Museum

Founded in 1857, the Science Museum is world renowned for its historic collections, awe-inspiring galleries and inspirational exhibitions. This is a great museum which helps to make history interesting and fun. Well worth the visit.

Science Museum


32 (10) St James Park

Arguably the best park in London. Nearby Attractions include the National Portrait Gallery and London Eye.

St James Park


33 St James Palace

The Palace is the official residence of the Sovereign although the Queen officially resides at Buckingham Palace. St James Palace is used instead for State visits, ceremonial and formal occasions. What it should be used for and isn't is public viewing. St James's Palace is not open to the public.

St James Palace


34 (19) British Museum or Egyptian/Ancient History Museum

Worth seeing but stay focused on the exhibits you are interested in.

British Museum


35 (-) Eltham Palace London

Eltham Palace is famed for being the only English Art Deco house open to the public, so why not take time out to visit this unique London attraction and take in an atmosphere that combines the best features of a medieval palace with a latter day high society venue. Featured in many feature films including Bright Young Things, this unique house is often used on screen to convey the luxury and decadence of the 1930s.

Eltham Palace London