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Tourist Information Centres
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At the O2 Centre we provide quality shops for all your lifestyle needs - come in and choose fabulous furnishings and decor for your home, browse through the latest best sellers, or discover delicious foods for your family.Whether it's coffee and croissants for breakfast, calzone for lunch or late night sashimi, the O2 Centre's wonderfully relaxed environment is a great place to eat. The Vue cinema is a 12 screen state-of-the-art modern digital cinema with Breatht4king Sony 4K projection, Profound Sound, Incr3Dible 3D technology, Super Vue stepped seating and a new vueXtreme Screen.Our car park is easily accessible from Finchley Road (turn into Blackburn Road, just outside the Centre), and offers discounted tariffs for centre customers, and periods of free parking for Sainsbury's and Homebase customers.
Phone: 020 3371 2300
Westfield London is a shopping centre in White City, London, United Kingdom, in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. The centre was developed by the Westfield Group at a cost of 1.6bn, on a site bounded by the West Cross Route (A3220), the Westway (A40) and Wood Lane (A219), and opened on 30 October 2008.
Phone: 020 8202 8095
Brent Cross is an area of north London, in the London Borough of Barnet. It is located near the A41 Brent Cross Flyover over the A406 North Circular Road. Brent Cross is best known for its shopping centre and the proposed Brent Cross Cricklewood development.
Family Attractions and Theme Parks
|BBC Television Centre Tours|
Wood Lane, White City, W127RJ (1.7 mi)
Phone: +44 1732 42 7770
You have been inviting the BBC into your homes for many years, and now it's your turn to come to visit us! On the award-winning tour of BBC Television Centre you will get the chance to immerse yourself in the fascinating world of broadcasting.Take an exclusive look into the BBC newsroom, see our famous studios, and take part in making your own bit of TV in our interactive studio.
Marylebone Road, NW15LR (1.8 mi)
Join a host of the worlds' most famous celebritites at Madame Tussauds waxworks. Watch the Warriors SHow as Alexander the Great & Achilles armies fight the battle of battles.
|Ripleys Believe It Or Not!|
1 Piccadilly Circus, W1J0DA (2.9 mi)
Welcome to the world of Ripley's Believe it or Not, London's biggest new attraction.Situated in the heart of the West End at 1 Piccadilly Circus, the attraction houses over 800 authentic, original and unbelievable exhibits spread over 5 floors, from a four-metre long model of Tower Bridge made out of matchsticks, the World's Smallest Car and an upside down tea party to the world's tallest man and a Mini Cooper encrusted with 1,000,000 Swarovski crystals.
|Coca-Cola London Eye|
Riverside Bldg, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd, SE17PB (3.7 mi)
Today, the British Airways London Eye has become, quite literally, the way the world sees London. It is one of the most spectacular and popular attractions in the world, drawing visitors from far and wide.
|ZSL London Zoo|
Regent´s Park, NW14RY (1.8 mi)
Phone: 0207 449 6228
ZSL London Zoo really is one of the greatest days out on offer in London. Spanning 36 acres of Regent's Park, the Zoo is home to over 650 species of animal.
County Hall, Riverside Building, Westminster, SE17PB (3.7 mi)
Phone: +44 (0)871 663 1678
We know more about the surface of the moon than we do about the underwater world covering two-thirds of our planet. With over 50 living displays and a host of underwater life, join the London Aquarium on a journey into this great unknown.
County Hall, Riverside Building, Westminster, SE17PB (3.7 mi)
Phone: +44 (0)871 663 1678
The £25 million London Aquarium is the first attraction of its kind in the capital, and is one of Europe's largest exhibitions of global aquatic life, displayed in over 2 million litres of water. The London Aquarium combines education, relaxation and entertainment through a multi-sensory voyage of discovery through the rivers, lakes and oceans of the world.
20 Maresfield Gardens, Hampstead, NW35SX (1.7 mi)
The Freud Museum, at 20 Maresfield Gardens in Hampstead, was the home of Sigmund Freud and his family when they escaped Nazi annexation of Austria in 1938. It contains Freud's remarkable collection of antiquities: Egyptian; Greek; Roman and Oriental.
|Leighton House Museum and Art Gallery|
12 Holland Park Road, W148LZ (2 mi)
Leighton House Museum is the former studio-house of the great Victorian artist Frederic, Lord Leighton (1830-1896). Located on the edge of London's Holland Park, the house is one of the most extraordinary buildings of the nineteenth century.
Exhibition Road, South Kensington, SW72DD (2.2 mi)
The Science Museum is the world's pre-eminent science museum. It houses outstanding collections relating to science, technology and medicine, and is one of the most prestigious and respected organisations dedicated to the promotion of public science and technology.
|Natural History Museum|
Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, SW75BD (2.2 mi)
The Natural History Museum traces its roots to the middle of the eighteenth century with the establishment of the British Museum in Bloomsbury. The British Museum housed the collection of Sir Hans Sloane (1660-1753), a prominent London physician and collector.
|Victoria and Albert Museum|
Cromwell Road, South Kensington, SW72RL (2.3 mi)
Phone: 020 7942 2211
V&A South Kensington is the world's greatest museum of art and design, with collections unrivalled in their scope and diversity. Discover 3000 years' worth of amazing artefacts from many of the world's richest cultures including ceramics, furniture, fashion, glass, jewellery, metalwork, photographs, sculpture, textiles and paintings.
|Handel House Museum|
25 Brook Street, W1K4HB (2.3 mi)
The Handel House Museum was home to the baroque composer George Frideric Handel from 1723 until his death in 1759. The Museum celebrates Handel's life and works, displaying portraits of Handel and his contemporaries in finely restored Georgian interiors and bringing live music back to his house.
|Pollocks Toy Museum|
1 Scala Street, Goodge Street, W1T2HL (2.6 mi)
Pollocks Toy Museum Is Now Closed.Benjamin Pollock was probably the only a shop-keeper in Hoxton, once a down-trodden district of East London, to get a Times obituary.
|Linley Sambourne House|
18 Stafford Terrace, High Street Kensington, W87BH (1.8 mi)
In 1874 Edward Linley Sambourne married Marion Herapath, the daughter of a wealthy stockbroker. Helped by Marion's father, the couple paid £2,000 for an 89-year lease on 18 Stafford Terrace.
Windmill Hill, Hampstead, NW36RT (2.4 mi)
Set in the winding streets of Hampstead village, this late 17th-century house contains an outstanding collection of porcelain, 17th-century needlework pictures and Georgian furniture, and the Benton Fletcher collection of early keyboard instruments, most of which are in working order. The delightful walled garden includes fine displays of roses, an orchard and a working kitchen garden.
|Tours Of L. Ron Hubbard's Fitzroy House|
37 Fitzroy Stret, W1T6DX (2.4 mi)
Set in the heart of Fitzrovia, famed for its writers and artists, Fitzroy House was built in 1791 shortly after development was undertaken of this area. Formerly inhabited by Playwright George Bernard Shaw, Fitzroy House is also where writer and philosopher L.
|Apsley House / Wellington Museum|
Hyde Park Corner, W1J7NT (2.5 mi)
The house famously known as No. 1 London - attracted nearly 65,000 visitors last year of which over 15,000 were children in school groups.
24 Cheyne Row, SW35HL (3.1 mi)
Atmospheric home of the writer Thomas Carlyle and his wife JaneHistorian, social writer, ethical thinker and powerful public speaker, Thomas Carlyle lived in this 1708 Queen Anne terraced house, close to the Thames in Chelsea, from 1834 to 1881. His wife Jane is now considered one of the finest 19th-century women of letters.
Buckingham Palace Road, Green Park, SW11AA (3.1 mi)
George III bought Buckingham House in 1761 for his wife Queen Charlotte to use as a comfortable family home close to St James's Palace, where many court functions were held. Buckingham House became known as the Queen's House, and 14 of George III's 15 children were born there.