Attractions for category: Historic Attractions

  • York Dungeon
     

    York Dungeon

    York Dungeon provides the visitor with an unparalleled view of the seamier side of life through history – in this case largely the fascinating and grisly history of the city of York, the centre of […]

     
     
  • Tower Bridge Exhibition
     

    Tower Bridge Exhibition

    Tower Bridge Exhibition is a superb family day out in the heart of London, taking in illuminating and enjoyable exhibits on the life and times of one of the world’s most famous landmarks. Opened in […]

     
     
  • The Old Operating Theatre
     

    The Old Operating Theatre

    The Old Operating Theatre is located off St. Thomas’ Street in Southwark and is an unusual and memorable family attraction. Ticket holders entering The Old Operating Theatre are in for a spellbinding if somewhat unnerving […]

     
     
  • London Dungeon
     

    London Dungeon

    Celebrating life’s macabre side in its full gory glory – but always remaining within the boundaries of good taste – the London Dungeon is one of the capital’s most interesting and popular attractions. Located in […]

     
     
  • London Bridge Experience
     

    London Bridge Experience

    Housed in the vaults of the world’s most famous bridge, The London Bridge Experience is the capital’s most entertaining, educational and adrenalin-pumping attraction. A stunning combination of special effects, CGI, real characters and animation will […]

     
     
  • Jewel Tower
     

    Jewel Tower

    The Jewel Tower, or ‘King’s Privy Wardrobe’, was built c.1365 to house Edward III’s treasures. One of only two buildings of the original Palace of Westminster to survive the fire of 1834, the tower features […]

     
     
  • Apsley House
     

    Apsley House

    Apsley House, is one of the grandest Georgian buildings in the metropolis and is a stunning family attraction. Situated to the south-east of Hyde Park Corner, Robert Adam’s brick Apsley House was constructed between 1771 […]