by Harley Nott
London’s Top Ten Attractions
London with all its history and culture is waiting to be revealed, and many of the top ten attractions are FREE.
You can also save £££ by staying in a vacation rental rather than a hotel. Rather than chance an Airbnb, Coach House Rentals still has some summer availability. We’ve been looking after our guests since 2001, you’ll find us in several London guide books: Frommers, Rick Steves, National Geographic, Marco Polo, and we look after you with our full concierge service.
Here’s the list:
10. Madame Tussauds
Rub shoulders with royalty, film stars and sporting legends.
9. National Maritime Museum at Greenwich
Explore Britain’s naval past, visit the Royal Observatory and stand astride the Prime Meridian.
7.Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A)
3,000 years of fashion and design.
6. Science museum
Steam trains to Space Rockets.
5. London Eye
More visitors than the Taj Mahal or the Great Pyramids – great views up to 25 miles.
4. Tate Modern
Contemporary art on a spectacular scale.
3. National History Museum
Come face to face with animals from the past and present. Watch out for the dinosaurs!
2. National Gallery
Over 2,000 of the world’s finest paintings
1. Top attraction at the number one spot is
The British Museum
Over 2 million years of human history
And if you’re looking for a truly English experience, a chance to meet and get to know some locals and are happy with 3/4 star comfort –The Coach House is the place to stay. It’s pretty booked up in July but still has some availability in June and August. View the short video.