Originally built for the celebration of the millenium in 2000. Officially re-opened at the O2 on 24th June 2007. The worlds most up to date music, entertainment and sports venue.
24 hours notice must be given by any vessel wishing to have the bridge raised. The bridge is opened approximately four times a week. The bascules only stand vertical when her Majesty, the Queen passes through.
Houses of Parliament
Also known as the Palace of Westminster.
Home to the smallest prison in the World and Traitors Gate.
Escaped destruction in 1605 by Guy Fawkes – why we now have Bonfire Night.
Tower of London
Krays were held in the Tower whilst awaiting trial. Where the Crown jewels are kept.Traitors Gate on the banks of the river – entered by so many and left by hardly any.
This been called the Eighth Wonder of the World. It was designed to protect London from flooding. The Thames Barrier took 8 years to build and cost £500 million.
Previously used as a prison where the suffragette was imprisoned. The bell is called Big Ben and weighs over 13 tonnes. A double decker bus can fit in the dial with room to spare. Big Ben
Towers some 235 metres above the ground. Built in 1991 as the tallest building in the UK.
St Paul's Cathedral
Where Prince Charles married Princess Diana.
Designed by Sir Christopher Wrenand restored in 1666 after escaping destruction in the Great Fire of London.
The Shard London Bridge (also known as shard of glass) This 87 floor skyscraper reaches 1016ft and is the tallest building in the European union. The View at The Shard offers visitors glorious unobstructed 360°, 40 mile views across London and beyond.
An exciting way of crossing the River Thames connecting The Royal Docks and the Greenwich Peninsular. Taking just over 5 minutes normally but between 10:00 - 15:00 it is slowed down to 10 minutes so you can enjoy the spectacular views.
Cutty Sark is a British clipper ship. Built on the Clyde in 1869 A completely new Cutty Sark visitor experience includes interactive displays that evoke the sights, smells and sounds of life at sea and tell the ship's fascinating 144-year history.
The Gherkin is officially known as 30 St Mary Axe, London, it is one of the most easily recognizable skyscrapers in London and an iconic building dominating The City skyline.
At 135 metres, the Coca-Cola London Eye is one of the world's tallest observation wheels, providing up to 40-kilometre panoramic views on a clear day. The gradual rotation in one of the 32 high-tech glass capsules takes approximately 30 minutes.
TRE O2 Pier
RIB BLAST AT THE O2
TRE Tower Pier
Lower Thames Street
TOWER RIB BLAST
TRE Embankment Pier
CANARY WHARF and THAMES BARRIER Experience
MI6 - The Secret Intelligence Service, supplies the British Government with foreign intelligence & operates under the formal direction of the Joint Intelligence Committee alongside the internal Security Service, MI5, the Government Communications Headquarters and Defence Intelligence - AKA James Bond Headquarters.
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