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Halt! The Tower of London Gets a New Working Drawbridge

The Tower of London, after years of planning and construction, have...

Abandoned Mini Tube Line – Former London Mail Rail – Will Open to the Public

File this under 'very cool.' For those that don't know, there's...

New James Bond Exhibition Coming to the London Film Museum in Covent Garden

The London Film Museum (which used to be called the Moveum)...

Houses of Parliament Launches Self-Guided Audio Tours

One of the highlights of our last trip to London was...

Exploring London: 10 Random Facts and Figures about Covent Garden Piazza and Market

Covent Garden is probably our second favorite tourist destination in London...

London’s King’s Cross Station Gets it’s Own Harry Potter Shop

King's Cross train station in London has long been a magnet...

The London Dungeon is Moving – and getting scarier in 2013!

The London Dungeon, one of the UK’s most iconic attractions, will...

Introducing the Chelsea Physic Garden – An Island of Serenity in London

Chelsea Physic Garden is a hidden gem in central London; as...

The 5 Best Picnic Spots in London

With warmer weather underway (hopefully), soon you’ll have the perfect excuse...

A Guide to Helicopter Tours Over London

Riding in a helicopter over the historic sites of London allows...

Soar over London at Altitude 360º – New Viewing Gallery

For a limited time visitors can experience the ultimate view over...

The Imperial War Museum Plans to Close in 2013 for 6 Months

The Imperial War Museum in London is planning to overhaul its...

Hollywood comes to London this Autumn at the V&A Museum

The V&A's major autumn exhibition is Hollywood Costume, bringing together more...

Five Brand New and Revamped Attractions Coming to London in 2012

There's quite a few new attractions opening in London during 2012...

Kensington Palace Closed Until March 26th 2012

The Go London Blog is reporting that Kensinton Palace is now...

Christmas in London: Christmas Lighting Dates for Central London

A couple years ago we had the pleasure of being in...

New London Cable Car Gets a Name – The Emirates Air Line

The London Government has successfully sold the naming rights two it's...

The Science Museum celebrates everyday things

Hidden Heroes – The Genius of Everyday Things is a new...

East London – not just for sports fans – Top Things to do in London’s East End

In 2012 the spotlight will be firmly on East London as...

Lovely Film about the Completion of St Paul’s 15 Year Restoration Program

Photographer Mark Baynes has put together a lovely little film about...

How to Beat London’s Typical Tourist Traps

  Wondering how on Earth you’re going to make it through a...

iPhone App: 24 Hours in London The App

One of my favorite London guidebooks is 24 Hours in London....

Video: Time-Lapse London – The London Eye in 2 Minutes

I love videos likes this -- it's simple, but really cool....

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