“Are you planning a Coach trip to London?”

London is a city that needs no introduction. If you are in the UK and planning what to do this weekend, a coach trip to London is exactly what you should be doing. The list of attractions in the capital city is a long one. From Madam Tussauds to the London Eye and the Tower of London, there are many places worth seeing. And, you can rest assured that none of your days in London will be spent in boredom.

London is one of the most recommended destinations when it comes to choosing a destination for city breaks. You can visit the Tate Modern, the London Eye, Tower of London, the Buckingham Palace, and the British Museum when in the city. Let us have a look at some of the highlights in London;

Natural History Museum

Cromwell Road

Head on down to the Natural History Museum for hundreds of exciting exhibits on dinosaurs and other mammals that roamed the earth thousands of years ago. While you’re there, don’t forget to stop by at the Darwin Centre Cocoon and take the self-guided tour to watch real scientists at work.

While there is no entrance fee to the Natural History Museum, some exhibition and show events do require you to pay a small price to enter. Lots of interactive activities make this a perfect destination for families. There is currently an exhibition of a blue whale showing at the natural history museum, a quite breathtaking sight.

London Theatres

The West End

The West End is world famous for its fantastic musicals, lose yourself for a few hours in a story of your choosing. Whether you like comedy, such as The Book of Mormon, or the love story in Phantom of the Opera, there is a musical to suit everyone. Visit in November and December when the Christmas lights are switched on for beautifully lit theatre fronts. Not sure which musical to see? Why not try one of these highly awarded ones?

-Beautiful-A Carol King Musical: 2 Tony Awards, 2 Lawrence Olivier Awards and 1 Grammy Award.

-The Book of Mormon: 9 Tony Awards, 4 Lawrence Olivier Awards and 1 Grammy Award

-Annie: 7 Tony Awards

-Les Miserables: 8 Tony Awards

-The Lion King: 5 Tony Awards and 2 Lawrence Olivier Awards

-Matilda: 5 Tony Awards and 7 Lawrence Olivier Awards

Tate Modern


On the banks of the River Thames is Tate Modern, a museum of contemporary art. Here, expect to find exquisite works of art from the likes of Salvador Dali, Warhol, Picasso and many more. Prepare to be awe-struck by both the architecture of this magnificent building, which was once a power station and the fantastic art that lies within its walls. Entrance to the gallery is free, but some show events might require you to pay a fee.

The London Eye


The London Eye revolves at around 0.6 mph 135 meters above the ground. The views from inside the cabin when it is high up are breathtaking; a rotation takes approximately 30 minutes, so you get plenty of time to snap the perfect picture of the London skyline. And you can even book special trips that feature champagnes or rides at dawn or dusk, so that the setting and rising sun sparkles the city below.

Science Museum

Exhibition Road

The Science Museum at Exhibition Road is thought-provoking and interactive, two of the things every science museum ought to be. The Science Museum also happens to be the most visited science museum in Europe, and with around 15,000 objects on display every day, it’s easy to see why. From Stephenson’s rocket to Apollo 10’s command capsule, find it all here at the Science Museum.


Tower of London

Tower Hill                         

While the tower is known for having a rather grim reputation, once you’re within its walls you will find that it is not so bad. Once inside, be ready to feast your eyes on the history of this royal palace and the priceless Crown Jewels which have been on display since 2012.


Tower of London

Sherlock Locations Tour

Baker Street

Ever since the crime drama hit the airwaves back in 2010, it has captured millions of fans across the globe. The hit BBC TV series has gained an enormous worldwide audience mainly because it gives a unique twist to the fictional character created by Conan Doyle. Now, fans of the TV series get to take tours of all the filming locations from the three seasons of Sherlock.

As part of the tour, you will be able to visit many of the locations where the BBC TV series was filmed. Understandably, all of the tour locations are spread across London, which includes Westminster, Euston, Bayswater, Southwark and many more. There will also be plenty of stops along the way for fans to take pictures and get up close to the sites of their favourite TV show.

Some of the most famous filming sites can be explored during in the tour such as 221B Baker Street, St. Bart’s Hospital, and Speed’s Cafe. While this is going to be a bus tour, there will be quite a bit of walking involved as well so make sure to wear some comfortable walking shoes.


Oxford Street

London is the best place for shopping. From Harvey Nicholas to Harrods, you can get everything from the most elegant clothing and goods to food. And, if you are the person who is more interested in individual market stalls, you are going to be spoilt for choice when in London because there are just so many of them.

Art and Culture

London is a paradise for people who love art and culture. There are many museums that you can visit, and if you like watching theatre shows, you will find some world class theatres and shows running all week long. To take advantage of the musicals London has to offer, why not book onto a Theatre Break?

With so many London Adventures available, visit https://www.door2tour.com/  to find out more.