London’s top 10 attractions revealed in new Visit London film

    London Eye capsules with Westminster in the background. © London on View/VisitBritain/Pawel Libera 2011

    With so much to see and do in London it’s hard to know where to start, but help is at hand in the form of, the official city guide, which has launched its own innovative London Top 10 Attractions film that uses footage showcasing the city’s top ten most popular attractions.

    Providing a unique and fresh perspective on the world-famous landmarks, the new film has been created following a record-breaking year for London tourism.

    Director of, Julie Chappell, comments, “London has had a blockbuster year, experiencing a surge in tourists not seen before by any other post-Olympic host city in the world. During 2013 we saw record numbers of visitors to the capital, who have enjoyed the museums, art galleries, and attractions featured in our new and innovative film.”

    The Top Ten Attractions:

    1. The British Museum

    2. The National Gallery

    3. Natural History Museum

    4. Tate Modern

    5. EDF Energy London Eye

    6. Science Museum

    7. Victoria and Albert Museum

    8. Tower of London

    9. Royal Museums Greenwich (Royal Observatory Greenwich, The Queen’s House, National Maritime Museum, Cutty Sark)

    10. Madame Tussauds London


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