Our pick of the best spots on and around London’s famous South Bank…
SEA LIFE London
It’s home to Europe’s largest collections of global marine life, and attracts around a million visitors every year… SEA LIFE London Aquarium, based in County Hall on the South Bank, is a watery haven for thousands of weird and wonderful sea creatures. Save a third off tickets at grouptraveloffers.com
The Coca-Cola London Eye
This giant ferris wheel is now world-famous, having taken millions for a spin to see the city’s iconic sights from 130-or-so metres up. It’s one of the city’s most popular attractions and you can save on tickets at grouptraveloffers.com
Discover more about Shakespeare’s work at this unique attraction, which aims to explore the great bard’s works as well as the history playhouse for which he wrote. The Globe hosts a year-round series of events.
Madame Tussauds London
This museum of life-sized wax replicas of famous celebrities and historic icons is home to Justin Bieber, Her Majesty The Queen and Donald Trump, to name but a few (what a dinner party line up they would make!). Get discounted tickets at grouptraveloffers.com
The London Dungeon
This attraction loves to scare, bringing together a lively cast of theatrical actors, special effects, spooky stages, scenes and rides to create a unique, exciting walk-through experience that you can see, hear, touch, smell and feel. Housed in County Hall, next to the Coca-Cola London Eye, enter if you dare…
Thanks to the new Tower Bridge Exhibition you can now step inside the most famous bridge in the world and explore its iconic structure, spectacular views and glass floor, as well as fascinating exhibitions and the atmospheric Victorian engine rooms.
Southwark Cathedral lies on the south bank of the Thames and is the oldest cathedral church building in London. Pre-booked groups are welcome and 90-minute guided tours are available, led by expert cathedral guides.
Home to festivals, exhibitions and shows year-round, the Southbank Centre is a world-famous arts centre, unsurprisingly based on the south bank of the Thames. Its venues include the Royal Festival Hall – where you will also find The National Poetry Library – the Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room.
OXO Restaurant, Bar & Brasserie
The iconic Art Deco-style OXO Tower is now home to leading design studios and shops, as well as restaurants, cafés, bars and contemporary exhibition and event venues.
Get discounted tickets to top London attractions at our sister site grouptraveloffers.com