When organising a day out full of tourist attractions, there’s one place that springs to mind and that is London! Jam-packed with museums, galleries and stately homes there really is no better place for a cultural excursion than the capital city of England.
Perfect for large groups, London boasts a wealth of activities (did we mention that many are free!) ideal for family friendly days out and big groups of mates. Why not round up your group, book a coach with Coachfinder and enjoy a day in the capital like no other.
Take a trip to the bottom of the ocean and explore all the deep has to offer at the SEALife London Aquarium. Over the 14 themed zones you will see 1,000s of creatures in over 2 million litres of water.
The aquarium is home to 500 species from across the globe and has more than 40 sharks from 12 different species. Visitors will have the opportunity to interact with the animals during one of the aquariums public feeding, diving displays and touch pools.
Located a short walk from the famous London eye and several restaurants, as well as looking across from the famous Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, this is the perfect location for a day out with your group to learn about our incredible capital city!
Gone are the days when Madame Tussauds was a dusty old museum with wax figures behind red ropes. In its place now stands a fully interactive experience that will introduce you to the famous faces that have shaped the world as we know it today.
Where else will you have the opportunity to meet Albert Einstein, renowned artists Vincent Van Gogh and Pablo Picasso, British writers William Shakespeare and Charles Dickens, and then there is the lady herself, Madame Marie Tussaud.
Journey through time and meet some of London’s most horrific and historic villains. Hop aboard the Traitor: Boat Ride to Hell for a scary ride through the depths of the dungeon and meet one of London’s most prolific killers in Jack the Ripper.
Before long you will come face to face with Henry the VIII’s deadliest daughter – Bloody Mary Killer Queen! Think you’ve made a lucky escape from all of that horrible history – think again! Extremis: Drop Ride to Doom sees you led to the gallows to hear your fate.
With operating theatres and live courtrooms ready and waiting, your trip to the iconic London Dungeons will be one to remember! Full of evil, fun and learning, whether you are heading to the dungeons for a class trip or family day out, it is a day that will definitely go down in history!
Visit the Queen’s official London residence at Buckingham Palace and watch the famous Changing of the Guards ceremony. What better way to get an educational experience for your pupils than visiting one of the few working palaces still remaining in the world.
From the spacious capsules of the London Eye, take in the capital’s major landmarks of London such as The Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, The Shard, Buckingham Palace and see as far as Windsor Castle on a clear day!
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