London Life Top Five - Entertainment

Posted on December 14, 2016

Here are our top five things to do on an entertainment tour of London.

Harry Potter World

Experience the magical world of the Harry Potter films – the most successful film series of all time at the Warner Brothers Studios. A unique walking tour behind the scenes shows you all the stunning sets amazing costumes and props. Discover some guarded secrets about how certain scenes were filmed, the special effects and animatronics that made these films incredibly successful all over the world.

London Eye and river Cruise

Enjoy some of the best views of London on the iconic London Eye. Afterwards take a relaxing cruise down the Thames with commentary from specialist guides as you pass some of the UK’s most prominent buildings including the Houses of Parliament and St Pauls Cathedral.

Camden Walking Tour

Explore one of Camden’s many colourful sides on a two-hour walking tour. Some of the places of interest included on the tour are Camden Lock, Camden Market, Camden High St, Stables Market, Punk and Rock Sights of Significance Amy Winehouse’s Favourite Pub and Charles Dickens House. Discover street art in hidden corners, hear more about the artists who left it there and the techniques they use to create public masterpieces.

ArcelorMittal Orbit

See all of London from the UK’s tallest sculpture. The magnificent looping structure of the ArcelorMittal Orbit is an iconic symbol of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the London 2012 Games. It’s the best place to see the sweeping panorama of the city. Once at the top you can descend the worlds highest and, at 178m, the world’s longest tunnel slide. In the 40-second trip, you circle around the ArcelorMittal Orbit 12 times as you weave through the famous loops and curves of the iconic structure.

The West End

No entertainment tour of London is complete without taking in a show at one of the top theatres in the West End. Alongside Broadway in New York, West End theatre represents the highest quality theatre in the world. There are around 40 theatres in the West End and performances include musicals, classic plays and comedies.