What to see and what to do in London?

Old pubs, classic restaurants, world famous historical parks and buildings, theatres and shopping. There is a vast amount of things to see and do in the city of London.

Sightseeing in London

hyde park

Hyde Park

Take a walk in the park where Henry VIII used to hunt deer and wild boars. Hyde park is the place where the last night at the proms is held every year. On the Serpentine you can hire a boat and look at the wildlife. See the rose garden and walk the Princess Diana Memorial Walk.

Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall

Just one block away from Imperial College lies the Royal Albert Hall, widely known for its grand concerts and the BBC proms.

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

The Tower Bridge lies close to the Tower of London. You can take a cruise on the Thames and see these and many other famous skyline buildings. Some of the boats go all the way to Greenwich where you'll find the Royal Observatory.


Science Museum London

Science museum

Experience major scientific discoveries. Space crafts, computers and software development. Discover how mathematics has shaped our world in the Science Museum. The museum is just arount the corner from the campus of Imperial College.

Natural History Museum

Natural history museum

See the dinosaurs and other extinct animals that used to walk this earth in the Natural History Museum. Try out the earthquake simulator in the geology section! This museum is lying right next to the Science Museum.

Victoria and Albert

Victoria & Albert museum

The V&A museum is a huge art and design museum displaying over 2 million objects spanning more than 5.000 years of human creativity. This museum is also just a short walk from the Imperial College campus.

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