On the South Bank of the River Thames, the London Eye, initially known as the Millennium Wheel, opened in 2000. It is the second highest public viewing point in London and sees over 3.5 million visitors a year. Tickets range from free for under 4s to £37.55 for fast track tickets. You can also purchase combination tickets for the London Eye, Madame Tussauds, London Dungeon and the Sealife Centre. Check out the official London Eye website for more info.
Not to be confused with London Bridge, these two iconic London landmarks are some of the most recognisable buildings in the world.
The public can visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition for as little as £3.90. Visitors can learn all about how the famous structure works and the story behind it. Hopefully you have a head for heights though as the walkway 45 metres above the Thames is not to be missed! For more information, visit the Tower Bridge website.
The Tower of London is located on the Northern side of the Thames and is a castle that has been previously used as a prison, armoury and royal palace. Now home to the famous Crown Jewels, the Tower of London is open to the public and can be visited all year round. Tickets cost £19.50 but you can purchase fast track or combination tickets too. Head over to the official website for more.
This church is the venue for royal weddings and has been since the 12th century. Another iconic London landmark, Westminster Abbey is visited from people all over the world as a must-see British attraction. Prices vary depending on whether you would rather visit in a guided group or on your own, see the Westminster Abbey website for more.
The Nadler Soho is near to all of these locations and our Local Ambassadors are at the hotel and able to assist you with anything you may need. Book a room for your London stay now.