If you're in London to see the sights, you've come to the right place. LondonTown.com can help you find discounts on tickets to top attractions, great offers on guided tours and useful information on out-of-town trips. Whether you want to enjoy panoramic views over the House of Parliament from the London Eye, see The Queen at Buckingham Palace, or get a scare at the London Dungeons you'll find it all here. Plus, find out how to travel further afield to the likes of Stonehenge and Edinburgh or take a day trip to Paris on the Eurostar. Discover the best ways to see the city with our guide to all the top attractions and special sightseeing offers.
Night Life in London
From traditional music halls to state-of-the-art IMAX cinemas, West End theatres to intimate live music venues, London has it all when it comes to entertainment. With such a broad range of venues, there's a continuous programme of premieres, renowned theatre and small fringe productions, top musicals and mega music concerts
The Arts Theatre was built in 1927 as a members club, which allowed it to circumvent the censorship laws and perform unusual and avant garde fare. One of the smallest West End theatres, it has retained its reputation for short runs of innovative and controversial productions. The UK premiere of Beckett'sWaiting for Godot was held at this theatre, as were The Vagina Monologues, The Pet Shop Boys Musical, and Justin Butcher's satire The Madness of George Dub
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The London Eye elbowed its way onto the capital's tourist scene as one of the statement pieces to mark the turn of the century (see also The Millennium Bridge) and quickly became a definitive part of the London experience. This spectacularly streamlined riverside wheel stands an impressive 135 meters tall and its sleek, modern, totally see-through glass-pods offer an unrivalled 360-degree view of London and beyond. The Houses of Parliament, Canary Wharf, Big Ben, the glorious Thames and Windsor Castle are just a few of the 55-odd attractions that can be admired from the top of the arc. On a clear day the view extends to 25 miles in each direction. It moves at a slow but steady pace, taking 30 minutes to complete its flight. The flight only lasts 30 minutes and it's bound to be busy but this is still top of the London must-do list.