Things to Do in London for Couples

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  • Jbt16399
    8 contributions
    Me and my friend went there, it was a great afternoon. We brought tickets online. When we got there, there were no queues at all, so we walked straight in! The staff were fantastic apart from the security. Walking around the different rooms where Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII stood - was just an amazing experience! And we saw the Crown Jewels! Wish I brought the audio guides now.
    Definitely go there for a visit!
    Written February 18, 2024
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  • SEAN
    57 contributions
    Very impressive building we went on a Sunday and the queue was about 40 - 50 minutes to get inside. Once you get inside the building there is so much to see the building is massive with so many different exhibits. It is free to get in to the museum and you could easily spend the full day there. Was very busy and crowded inside the museum.
    Written February 21, 2024
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  • David Eannings
    Sherburn in Elmet, UK9 contributions
    The line's quite long but it's worth the wait. I really recommend to buy the tickets online.

    Amazing view. You can see the landmarks of London clearly inside the capsule and there's also seats inside if you ever get tired of standing.
    Written January 29, 2024
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  • JerseyBean
    Jersey, UK86 contributions
    Always a joy to visit this free entry gallery. Unlike Tate this gallery remains truly free with all artwork available to all ie no ticketed displays. Gallery representative Alan was outstanding providing great insight and enthusiasm around the artworks. Muriel’s Cafe in the National Gallery also highly recommended with delicious soups, salads, savoury pies, quiches and delicious cakes etc. Polite and efficient staff.
    Written February 17, 2024
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  • FLnurseER
    Boca Raton, FL2,806 contributions
    Great place to visit even in the gloomy February weather. Easy access from the Tower of London side, elevator to the top. Short history introduction and a movie started our walkthrough, did not need a guide, everything is labeled. The walkways are comfortable temperature, enclosed, with small slide to open windows for those who want to take photos from the top. Engine rooms are housed in a separate building just follow the blue line on the sidewalk. Gift shop and restrooms are located there as well. It was not crowded, there were however several lower grade school groups present, well behaved. After you finish with the bridge, check out the Gillie and Marc sculptures around the Queen’s walk nearby.
    Written February 21, 2024
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  • Lauz R
    Oxford, UK176 contributions
    This is for the Diva Exhibition. My mum and I love the V & A museum (the toilets are quite hard to find!) it’s easy to get to on the tube and it’s such a lovely museum. The Diva Exhibition we spent about an hour in there, I thought it would be more “divaish” and a bit more sparkly and in your face, the headset your given is ok but fell off easily and didn’t pick up everywhere we went. The downstairs is the “older” divas, I really enjoyed this and learned a lot, it was interactive and lots of things to see, a little busy and lots of people in the way but you have to be patient. Upstairs was the “newer” divas. Some so new I hadn’t heard of them, I think the upstairs disappointed us the most, barely anything on Mariah, Celibe, Britney and zero on Christina Aguilera and I didn’t class Amy Whinehouse as a diva.overall I was a little disappointed and I thought a lot more could be included, especially upstairs.
    Written February 20, 2024
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  • Alma T
    Reykjavik, Iceland5 contributions
    Wonderful, but sooo loud! Next time I will bring loop earplugs or noise cancellation headphones. Lots of really interesting exhibits, videos etc. We would have stayed longer, but were exhausted because of the noisy schoolgroups, tourgroups etc. Could use more seating areas. Still, had a great time.
    Written February 21, 2024
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  • Jon G
    Birmingham, AL2 contributions
    If you are a Churchill fan or World War II history buff, this is a must see. Really cool to see the underground with the British planned and executed their strategies for WWII as well as a fantastic museum dedicated to the life of Winston Churchill. A great way to spend a half day in London.
    Written February 20, 2024
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  • Jason Fair
    Bourton-on-the-Water, UK16 contributions
    This was one of my favorite places to visit in London. The incredible detail for the tombs was mind blowing. Such famous people buried in one place made this a must see stop. The digital guide was immensely helpful.
    Written February 20, 2024
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  • Indi S
    2 contributions
    So much selection and very aesthetic - in a good area, close to other things and easy to get to. Only downside was felt it was a bit overpriced.
    Written February 19, 2024
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  • acs1984
    Cockermouth, UK1,649 contributions
    We had a walk through Hyde Park actually just by chance - we were actually looking for some public toilets (which we found). Walking through the park we saw loads of people on roller skates dancing to music and having a great time, including a man dressed as superman. We had a nice time and a relaxed walk through the park.
    Written February 21, 2024
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  • SEAN
    57 contributions
    I have always wanted to visiting Camden Market as a massive fan of Amy Winehouse to see the statue and to check out some of the shops and stalls. I absolutely loved it here there is so much to see and do. Went for lunch when we were here and it was absolutely delicious.
    Written February 21, 2024
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  • pab
    Peak District National Park, UK197 contributions
    Excellent tour of the HOP.
    Really enjoyable and a must do for any person interested in how it all works at the Palace of Westminster. Paul was very informative and amusing (he reminded me of Simon le Bon). So do it if you can…fab experience of approx 1.5 hrs
    Written February 16, 2024
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  • SL
    London, UK82 contributions
    Buzzing place and suitable for all ages. Can get very busy with people but it's a great place for food, drinks, nd Market stalls.
    Written February 16, 2024
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  • acs1984
    Cockermouth, UK1,649 contributions
    We had a walk to Big Ben (Elizabeth Tower) whilst visiting London. It has recently been refurbished, so much so that it looks brand new! It was quite busy around Big Ben and we had to watch out that we weren't pushed into the road.
    Written February 21, 2024
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