Central London travel itinerary must include the top 5 Central London attractions such as include British History museum, London Eye, National History Museum etc.

London Eye

The London Eye is the highest observation wheel in the world. You can get a view of more than fifty famous landmarks of central London on the wheel- in just half an hour! This skyline feature is a must-see and must experience for all those who visit London. The wheel has 32 capsules with each of them weighing about 10 tonnes and it can hold up to twenty-five people at a time.

Victoria and Albert Museum

This museum is home to amazing arts and artefacts worldwide some of them being as old as 3,000 years! It is a treasure trove in the literal sense for there are furniture, sculpture, paintings, metalwork, textiles, jewellery- you name it and its there. Although the entry to the museum is free, some special exhibitions require tickets.

Madame Tussauds

If you wish to rub your shoulders with Her Majesty the Queen or sing with Kylie, Madame Tussauds is the right place. This wax museum has some of the famous celebrities and personalities from politics, sports, films, showbiz and even the royalty in the form of statues. These wax statues are so life-like that at a point you fail to distinguish a living one from a statue.

Science Museum

Want to tax your brains a little? Simply hop into the Science Museum and enjoy the scientific experience. From getting a hands-on experience on the scientific advances made in the last 300 years to travelling into the future in space this place is simply too tempting to miss. While visiting this place do not forget to visit the Imax theatre and gain a brilliant insight on the various scientific forces.

Royal Museum Greenwich

Missing the Queen’s House and the Royal Observatory Greenwich is simply impossible when you are on a London Tour. All these are a part of the Royal Museums Greenwich. You can stand on the Prime Meridian, see all the stars and even touch the meteorite. The entry to some of the displays in the museum is free while charges are applied to some.

If you are looking to do some shopping then you must visit London West End which has shops of different kinds like toys, clothes, food, chocolates etc. Apart from shops the London West End attractions also include art galleries, museums, heritage sites etc.